Blogger Envy

My favorite blogger of “existential angst” or “existential joy”, Wil Wheaton has written a fine story today at his blog.

The Internal Critic peeked over my shoulder.

“That pretty much sucks,” he said.

“You’ve been saying that about everything I write for months!” I said.

“Why don’t you take a break?” He said.

I sighed. “Fine.”

I envy Wil for not only his massive readership and rankings on “the internets”, but his style writing and topics ring so true for me on many levels.

Okay, I may not be an ex-Star Trek actor or an “uber-geek” with a cult following, but other than that I identify with Wil, like so many of his readers. Plus, he played with ventriloquist dolls as a kid. He totally rocks.

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3 Responses to Blogger Envy

  1. Anonymous says:


    I’m only a “drop in” reader, so you might have covered this recently. If so, forgive me.

    Your “quit date” of August 31 is coming up. I was wondering how progress was going.

  2. Howdy Anonymous,

    A “drop-in reader”?

    That hurts. Oh well, a “drop-in reader” is better than no reader at all. I appreciate any “drop-ins” I can muster.

    I have not covered my progress and I’m not sure that I want to.

    I stated my “quit date” matter of factly, and will probably make the announcement in the same manner.

    I love writing about MLM: I wonder if my readers will miss it, if I quit.


  3. Anonymous says:


    How does a reader just “drop in?” anyways? Where does he/she “drop in” from?

    While your quit date may(or may not) be near, I hope you’ll continue your informative MLM posts in whatever career path you decide to persue.


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