How To Have A Successful Comedy Blog In 2011

  2. Crudely Drawn Characters Somewhere along the line, it became funny to just not have artistic ability. As long as the crudeness is consistent, it passes off as style and actually comes off as the illustrative equivalent of farting at that perfect moment when people will actually find it funny. And then everyone assumes …

Tweets+: The Asshole

“If you’re an asshole as a result of your life sucking, you’re still an asshole and people will be less inclined to sympathize.” 126 characters Sometimes 140 characters just isn’t enough for an idea, or leaves people wanting the whole story. Tweets+ There’s this guy I met at a party a few years ago who seemed …

Seriously

Seriously was my first blog. It was launched in 2001 by myself and a good friend in high school and lasted until 2005 when Diary-X’s servers crashed, losing not only the entirety of Seriously, but all other blogs hosted with their service. That sucked more than any porn star has ever sucked. Luckily, my friend …

Pablog Est. 2011

I haven’t kept a personal blog since 2005. That might seem odd for someone who is paid to write, and I suppose it is, but let me explain. I’ve kept a number of blogs since that time, but nothing really with the intention of chronicling my exploits or revealing much about myself. The main reason for my …