Tomorrow is Blog Share

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Once again, I'm totally hijacking Megan's content for my own base use. Bwahaha.

Okay, so it's not really base. But I am hijacking her content, because we're both participating in Blog Share tomorrow, and I like the way she explained it. So, here is Megan's description of what will happen here on Hot Chicks Dig Smart Men tomorrow:

The next post that will be published on this blog will have been written by a stranger. Or maybe by someone you know well. You’ll never know who wrote it. That’s the beauty of Blog Share.

I have written a post that will appear anonymously on another blog.

The rules say that I cannot tell you which post is mine. This is to protect the other people who are participating and anyone else who might be mentioned in the shared posts, so even if you think you know which one is mine, please do not say so. The issue here is not that it would be terrible for you to confirm your guess, but that if too many of us identify ourselves, the entire chain of anonymity breaks down. Blog Share only works because we have a pretty big group together.

I suspect that if you recognise me, you won’t feel the need to say that you do. Just leave your comment on the other site without naming me or making any references that could accidentally identify me.

Participants (check them all out tomorrow):

And You Know What Else
Andrea Unplugged
Arctic-ulate
Bright Yellow World
Bwildered
Catheroo
Did I Say That Outloud?
Dispatches from the Failed Mommy Club
Full of Snark
Hot Chicks Dig Smart Men
Just Below 63
The Little Goat
Northland Adventures
Not the Daddy
O is for Olson
Red Red Whine
Rediscovering Me
Reflections in the Snow-covered Hills
The Reluctant Grownup
Serendipity Now
So, This Is a Treadmill
Thinking Some More
Time for Change
Together They Come
Where’s My Pony?
Wondering and Pondering


Thanks for the explanation, Megan. And on an unrelated note, I agree with you - way go go, Maine bigots. WERE YOU PEOPLE RAISED BY WOLVES? How does denying other people their basic rights enhance your life in any way? Please work on developing a moral sense that is based on recognizing the basic humanness of others, whether they're "like you" or not. Thank you for your attention to this matter, you bigoted, narrow-minded motherfuckers.

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