With Continual Reference to Justin Kahn.

Wednesday, April 26, 2006

Justin Plays it Cool While Talking About What Is Happening In His Life (Though Emotions and Ideas Rage Below the Surface)

KEY:
regular font--Justin's Daily Remarks
Italics---Justin's Internal Monologue

I'm really tired. Carrying that camera around wherever I go, really gets to wear a guy down.

(No one cares about your stupid problems. Just make them laugh, monkeyboy.)

Did I tell you guys, that I had a lot of laundry to do on Saturday? What a terrible way to spend Earth Day.

(What about that article I read on Slate magazine by Sarah Hepola that said that blogging was a waste of time for people who want to be real writers. I want to be a real writer. Well, maybe not a real writer, but one that gets paid. Wait, if she really felt like her blog was preventing her from writing her novel, why didn't she just start writing a novel rather than write an article about her wasting time?)

Hey, I saw Lucky Number Slevin. It wlas glood. Mlaybe it wlas a blit glimmicky, blut I hlad flun.

(That Slate article was the third of its sort that I have read this year. The previous one was in the Financial Times. I wonder how many more papers are going to break the story that there are a lot of blogs.)

Did I tell you that I let my eharmony subscription run out? I just feel like I need time away from finding my soul mates.

(That's right: mates, plural. I'm moving to Utah, baby. )

Not much else is happening around here.

(Not much else is happening around here. Utah is going to be awesome.)

12 comments:

Jenn said...

But Justin, why do you need an eharmony subscription? You have someone here with an almost crush on you if she knew what you looked like.

Shut up stupid! Keep it light and fluffy, light and fluffy...that's the way Justin likes it. Then he may almost answer.

Oh right.

Think of something else to say, doofus. I don't know how you manage to string two words together. Sheesh!

OK.

Gone into total comment writer's block. That inner critic, she be a biatch.

Justin said...

Well, jenn. I guess you aren't familiar with eharmony's slogan, "For when you are ready for more than an almost crush."

HOW DID JENN FIGURE OUT HOW TO USE ITALICS IN THE COMMENT SECTION. I HOPE SHE DOESN'T THINK I'M YELLING AT HER. WHERE IS THE ITALICS BUTTON.

Anyway, I've provided several amazing self portraits.

OH RIGHT! I CAN JUST INSERT HTML TAGS. I'M SO SMART. I GUESS THAT'S WHY THE LADIES ARE ALMOST GETTING NEAR CRUSHES.

I don't think those were italics.

Anonymous said...

As for the moving to Utah I will pull a quote (sort of) from Tyler Durdan, "We are are a generation of men raised by women. I don't think another woman is what we need." Just because we have two wives does not mean we get twice the booty. It all sounds good on paper I agree but the reality is to have more than one woman is a disaster. Many cultures know this. In fact the Chinese symbol for trouble is two women under one roof.
God has a sense of humor and a strong sense of irony also. When I was younger I thought of how wonderful and fun it would be to have many women to do my bidding. So what does God do after I get married? He gives me four daughters and none of them listen to a word I say. He is the master of irony.
Any fool can learn from his own misstake but a wise man learns from others.

Gordo said...

The above anonymous quote is from Gordo.

Rumour said...

An example of irony would be if you spent your life creating robots to achieve world peace, and then the robots turned around and killed you. Not really I just wanted to post here.

maeree said...

The turtle moves... and blog is the new novel.

Lisa said...

Here's one more websute about the book vs blog issue:

http://images.businessweek.com/ss/06/04/blooks/index_01.htm?campaign_id=rss_tech

Man, I hope that's not the same thing. I would feel really stupid...

As for the e-harmony situation...did you mention the "Utah plan" in your profile? Because if you did...I think that may be the problem in meeting a soulmate(s).

-Lisa

r.m. largent said...

I don't think Mormons drink.

Niklas Blog said...

Do you guys often battle with your inner voices? My voices always agree with me.

mockingbird-27 said...

did you know that my birthday is on earth day?

mockingbird-27 said...

are you kidding me? mormoms love drinking!

jk

Reese said...

That's why they walk around in 2's. To hold each other up.