25 January 2006

Benefit #1 of group blogging



I'm recovering at home today from a surgical procedure that was inflicted upon me yesterday, and I don't feel much like writing a blogpost (or doing anything else, for that matter). So I'm going to leave it to the rest of the guys to fill the blog with substance today.

Welcome to PyroManiacs.

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8 comments:

Phillip M. Way said...

Praying for a swift and full recovery from "the procedure."

I guess with the others providing the substance this means we are going to see if any of these other little Maniacs can hold a candle to the PyroMaster!!

In fact, I bet if we tried hard enough we could generate more comments from this short FYI post than all the other Maniacs get for the rest of the day in the substantive posts!

I mean - that is what it is all about on a team blog, right? Who generates the most comments!!

~pastorway

James Spurgeon said...

Man, it is going tobe tough around here!

Phillip M. Way said...

All in love, brother!! Really!!

:)

centuri0n said...

Listen: this blog is about what Phil's grandmother's knuckle-ruler says it's about. Don't make her come over there and explain it to you.

As for comments, let's not assume that the people who are the contributors are the actual stars of this blog. My opinion is that we are simply the bait: the readers/commenters are the real game.

Phillip M. Way said...

Blog Bait!

I like the sound of that.

Carla said...

Phil,

I hope you're feeling back up to par real soon.

SDG...
Carla

Scott Hill said...

Downside to group blogging #1. Five post in one day. Information overload. Brain hurts. RSS overheating.

Phillip M. Way said...

Quote:In fact, I bet if we tried hard enough we could generate more comments from this short FYI post than all the other Maniacs get for the rest of the day in the substantive posts!


Reply: I recant. All these posts and comments have my eyes hurting!!

80 comments so far today....this makes 81!