News agencies have it so easy. Their entire business model consists of observing the fascinating (or boring) undertakings of others and distributing them with the corporation’s logo. Meanwhile, I sit here wracking my brain attempting to fabricate some clever or insightful premise for an article to draw in unsuspecting guests.
I could just talk about Ted Kennedy, or Bret Favre, or wildfires, or health care reform…or even Michael Jackson. But those things are dull, recycled, and over-emphasized. There are plenty of intriguing topics left unexamined, like penguin cross-breeding, quantum mechanics, dental impression materials, and feudal France. None of those are worthy of my time, however.
So I’ll just put up a picture instead, and hope to one day be struck by an arrow from the bow of the Creativity Cupid.
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