After my last post about my brother, I decided enough was enough and I refused to so much as look at his website. This lasted a good two weeks or so. I'm proud of myself.
I did glance at it the other day and my reaction to what I saw seemed to be a sign of improvement on my part.
No, not at the content (as it still fails at funny) but at just how ridiculous his senseless flailing about the internet continues to be. See, he started paying to advertise his comic, which brought a modicum of traffic to his website. This resulted in a slight change of pace: instead of having his intellectual shortcomings pointed out by me, indirectly, from another website, Jason now has random strangers leaving comments on his posts ... pointing out his intellectual shortcomings.
What can I say ... it feels like the general public has picked up the mantle of my cause and now I can just sit back and observe (periodically, that is ... I still have no intention of paying that much attention to his website).
One thing that I definitely learned from going back and forth with Jason, is that reading other blogs is a great source of inspiration for my own writing. That being said, the rest of this post will be dedicated to the people and friends whose writings have inspired me ... in good ways, guys ;)
Happy birthday, Obsquatch.
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