Monday, March 03, 2008

I really don't follow the in-crowd, do I?

I must be one of the ten people who actually watched quarterlife on NBC. Actually, I watched it on my ReplayTV about an hour ago. I liked it...and see...here lies my problem. I like what most of you out there think really sucks. I loved Veronica Mars. Tanked after three seasons. Hell, I was lucky to get that much out of it. I liked Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip. Tanked after one season. I just went on MySpace for a few minutes and wondered "does anything happen there anymore?" So now, quarterlife is tanking after one episode. Sure, it might move to Bravo; good luck figuring out their schedule.

I thought about hooking up a webcam and jump on the vlog bandwagon, but my mug will scare too many people. That, and well...what groundbreaking commentary can I come up with will captivate people to remain onto my site for more than 45 seconds?

Former work buddies and other people I used to know...are you still out there? I need a rag-tag team of misfits who feel like throwing their "blahs" up on here. You can even talk about people that I don't give two *ahem* shoes about such as Britney or the sudden winning streak of the Sixers. Dear Lord, I truly am selling out.

And if there is something out there that I am truly missing out on that I should really watch (please no trendy stuff, I'm already knee deep in recorded American Idol episodes that I still have been dragging my feet to watch) let me know. If it's lame, I'll try not to laugh at you too much.

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