All Blogged Out

Posted: November 8, 2007 in Uncategorized

Bleh. I’m in a huge funk right now.

Plus I have nothing to say, which may have to do with being in a funk. I think I might not be the only one, seems a lot of regular bloggers are slacking off these days.

Must be November.

So, how’s about we do an “Ask Me”.

Ask me questions, any questions, about me, about bubble gum, about the cross-eyed blue bellied tamacrout, about the answer to the question of Life, the Universe and Everything. Naw, forget that one, we all know the answer to that question – and if you don’t, it’s “42”.

Help me out here, gimme some blog food.

  1. Rhea says:

    What is your favorite yoga position?

  2. Tai says:

    Go find some Samuel Marchbanks, read it, then tell me what you think. 🙂

  3. Jocelyn says:

    Who was your favorite teacher when you were growing up, and why?Flip sides: who was your least favorite, and why?

  4. geewits says:

    You speak English so well, so I want to ask: Do you ever think or dream in English?

  5. ticknart says:

    How much of The Silmarillion did you actually read?

  6. Josie says:

    Jazz, it must be contagious. I’m all blogged out as well. My boring-little-blog is even more boring that usual lately. I can’t even think of an intelligent question to ask you.You’ve always got something interesting to say, even when you have nothing to say. 🙂

  7. Ian Lidster says:

    OK, my dear. A political question: How do you regard the late nicotine and booze addicted, but formerly brilliant journalist and war correspondent, Rene Levesque? I really don’t know how Rene is regarded in the Quebec of aujourd hui.Personally, I admire him both as a jouralist and because he hated Trudeau’s guts — and for good reason.

  8. Big Brother says:

    Blogged out, you… you of all people, prolific manipulator of language that you are. What hope then for us poor mortals toiling in the mundane groves of academia, trying forlornly to instill a modicum of light in the vast echoing Stygian halls of ignorance and sloth?

  9. Susan Tuttle says:

    You can always try those fun blog games/quizzes like ‘What Time of Day Are You?” or make up a ridiculous poll and see how people respond–sorry for my cheezy ideas, but I am easily entertained–lol!Susan

  10. I find people love to talk about food, so why don’t you do a weird holiday food traditions post?

  11. Jill says:

    I’ve noticed that too. Lots of my favorite bloggers don’t seem to be around.Peanut M&Ms or plain?

  12. Jazz says:

    Thanks all for your questions, I will get to them all eventually after I’m done stuffing my face with M&Ms… The question remains: Peanut or plain?

  13. Rachel says:

    Ha, I feel ya, sista. I’m feeling that funk taking hold of me, as well. My question for you:I’ve only recently discovered your blog, so I don’t know you much at all. Why did you start blogging in the first place, and what has changed since then, causing your funk?Also: I’ve just recently posted my take on the Meaning of Life schtick and the 42 thing. Check it out if you want…there’s starting to be a bit of a debate in my comments forum.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s