Get this you dimwits. I’ll get to the funny business here in a second. I have a bunch of funny stuff coming up, but I have to get down to some other bu$ine$s first.
I think I’m getting the boot. All my WordAds are starting to disappear. POOF! Just like that. I think someone reported me or something, just because I told them to stick it up their greedy, corporate arse in my previous post. Unbelievable. I thought I lived in a free country, but I guess not. This is tyranny. I re-read their terms of service, and I haven’t violated anything. Nowhere in the terms of service does it say that a person can’t tell them to stick it up their greedy, corporate arse.
That’s what I get for listening to rap. I never liked rap before. I just started listening to it a few years ago just when I go running, or when I pull up to a red light in my Toyota Camry and crank some Jay-Z to impress the gal that pulled up beside me. It never works, by the way. I think I need bigger rims.
I’m back to running this week and I’ve been listening to a lot of rap again. I guess Eminem must’ve rubbed off on me, and I had to open my big mouth and slam corporate America. Thanks a lot Slim Shady. Now I’m back to ZERO dollars earned off of writing in 8 years. I’m never gonna afford that big ass yacht.
Well, the thing is, I actually don’t mind the ads. I’ve watched several of them myself. Since I write about trying to save the children and other inspirational topics, the ads are usually pertaining to outreach programs and community oriented stuff. There was a really good one by Adrian Grenier from the show “Entourage.” He’s a really cool dude, and he’s trying to make a difference in the world by using his celebrity status. So here I am trying to make a difference in the world myself. I lost 15 pounds writing last month trying to save the children, and I get the boot. Makes a lot of sense.
I already have a plan if that’s the case. I’m hoping that it’s not, but if I get terminated, then I’ll just go to WordAds biggest competitor and add them to my blog. Whatever. I’ve survived 8 years of writing without getting paid, and I’ll continue writing regardless. I’m a determined mofo. I’ve got ideas for 6 books, so I’ll get paid one way or another. I just thought it’d be nice to have a little extra pocket change to eat at Arby’s.
Anywho, I created this rap persona a few years ago called “The Kasual Kid.” That’s me, or him in the photo above. I keep a flow book, and I spit mad rhymes every now and again. I rap about things like shower loofas and the hard life growing up in the country tipping cows. Maybe someday I’ll dig out a few flows and share them with you. But I have more business to attend to for right now.
This is a thank you to the folks that stopped reading and dropped me like a bad habit. I’m about to share some really funny stuff here in the next few weeks / months. At least I hope it’s funny. Some of you will probably think so. The others that didn’t wait it out through all my crazy, mad stories, or got offended by a few things they disagreed with, well, they’ll miss out on all the funny stuff.
I use it for motivation. I like to know people are reading. It does mean a lot to me. You guys and gals have been very kind with your comments, likes, shares, ect. But I also like to know that certain people aren’t reading. It gives me the drive to want to become a better writer. I gave a thanks to all of you dearest dimwits who stuck around in the previous post, but this is a thanks to those that left. It’s about to get real fun around here again.
One last thing. I’d like to reconcile with WordAds if possible. I don’t like to bite the hand that feeds me $7.33. They don’t have to pay anything. It’s a nice service, really. So here’s an ad I made for them to promote their business and try to smooth things over.
Take care you dimwits. I will do the same.