Pakistan: Blog-o-coma

Well, it happened. I got side-swiped by a colossal Boredom Truck while riding my trusted Vespa Scooter on the internet highway, surveying for relevant blogs to highlight for this post.

I hate to admit it but the accident was my fault. Driving through the drivel of insufferable sites that litter the internet highway, I found myself drifting off to dozy land and swerved onto another lane. The resulting accident has caused me to fall into a coma-like trance. Before my avid fans (yes, both of them) shout out, “what is the point of living any more?!” I must clarify the status of my condition that things do look hopeful. At least, that is what the doctors are saying. So please try not to worry.

Fortunately, I talk in my sleep and the doctors were able to jot down a few interesting links that I happen to blurt out for this week's post. So, without much further ado:

Teeth Maestro comments on the Ode to President Bush; Windmills highlights the incomprehensible; The Fountainhead paints a very disturbing picture with his latest post: Opinionated Voice writes about Tookie Williams; Venial Sin preaches to the choir; and finally, I wrote about my chinwag with Strep Throat.

I better go now, as the doctors have me scheduled for the latest “Mallet On The Head” treatment in order to revive me from my deep slumber.

1 comment

  • Hi!
    Great blog. I write/link on similar issues, so I thought i’d let you know about my blog as well.
    Thanks and good luck!

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