What I’m thankful for

My family. Seriously, they’re some of the coolest people around, and those those that aren’t provide me with hours of entertainment for my friends.

Oh! My friends too!! They’re great fun in the good times, and great support in the crummy ones… and they laugh at my catty comments…”They didn’t teach you to spell your name???”

I’m thankful for Matt, and WordPress for putting in the Mass Edit mode on the program to help me deal with the 30-60 comment spams that I get a day.

My doctor, who always makes time to see me the day after Thanksgiving and a few days after Christmas when I’m suffering from the stomach cramps, etc. that I get from the cross contamination at family holiday meals. Just a little clue folks: if someone tells you that they’re allergic to a type of food, they’re not doing it fun or to “make a statement”. I could give a shit if Bessie the cow or Elmer the pig gets eaten. In fact, I happily eat Bambi, Thumper, Terri the turkey, Cedric the chicken, and anything else that crosses my path.

Spike TV for showing ALL BOND ALL DAY. Thank you. I’ve never truly experienced how cheesy and fun these movies could be. We’re currently on one whose name I daren’t write for fear that I would get more spam than I could ever want. Lets just say you combine an octopus and a kitty cat.

The new Japanese import store (who as you see has not finished their website yet) next to Dragon’s Lair for providing my dinner of steamed kelp and bananna pocky.

My cell phone, for being my lifeline to the world.

My four readers, for sticking with my blog despite the VERY RARE postings. Amen.

About Matt

In 2002 I started contributing to Open Source software, and life has just gotten better from there. Co-founder of WordPress, founder Automattic.
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1 Response to What I’m thankful for

  1. Mom says:

    steamed kelp and bananna pocky -You were kidding,right? Right?

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