Addicted to your ...  

nightstogether 56M
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5/25/2005 8:50 am

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

Addicted to your ...

I admit it. I am prepared to stand up in front of the packed hall, the true believers who are trying to break free and admit my sins.

'My name is nightstogether, and I am a Blogger.'

How will it be received? Will the assembled crowd raise their eyes to the heavens and sigh at my bravery, or applaud that I am finally coming out with the sad truth? Will they feel a tingling in their spines, a flutter in their stomachs or the pounding of their hearts as, facing me from their comfortable seats, they see themselves embodied in my confession?

I get impatient. I check into the blog section every hour or so, taking a break from my work on the other computer to refresh my drink, decide whether I want to smoke another cigar and see whether anyone has sent me mail. I look to see who is online, who is new, but only sometimes. I check the blogs every time, without fail. I look to see if anyone has written a new entry amongst my Watched Blogs, in the general blogs and who has created a new blog, in case something of interest appears there too. I check to see whether anyone has added a comment to my entries, how high the viewing figures are, what is still available for everyone to see. I get impatient when there is nothing new; when the updates of other people's blogs takes longer than the hour I have allowed; when there are duplicates or one liners, profile extensions or - horror of all horrors - atrocious (not bad, atrocious) spelling.

I need my blogs. I need to read the thoughts of other people around the world almost as they are occurring. I need to live the experiences of those mainly anonymous people leading lives which only come to me through their writings. I need to press the keys and send them messages back.

I am addicted.

There is no cure.

private-intellectual (.de)

mi_mwpm 51M

5/25/2005 6:44 pm

Nope, absolutely no hope. Luckily we all love each other... 'cause we're stuck in here together.

nightstogether 56M

5/26/2005 5:41 am

Of course, one isn't necessarily looking for a cure ...

private-intellectual (.de)


5/26/2005 12:13 pm

This actually group theraphy for all the bloggersthat went to the meetings , but were hopeless to the cure, so they stuck us all together to see if we could cure each other, some of us likekeithcancook there is no way in .... he will ever been sane again.
Othersjust struggle along ,becaus like I do not want to be cured.

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