Bags of Bran

I’m not sure what exactly this will turn out to be.
December 20, 2009, 8:24 pm
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Certainly blogging has made overnight experts out of dilettantes, and this student acutely struggles with two tensions: a) to not be that guy, and b) to get stuff off his chest. This student also understands that every man is his own worst critic (in terms of unbiased, helpful criticism). For this reason, public commenting is invited, and all disagreements will be off-handedly dismissed only after the most thorough scrutiny. This is more than you had hoped for, I’m sure of it.

The format for this blog will no doubt change over time as seasons of life change, interests and passions come and go, and the beard ceases to be a novelty. The name will change to reflect content, but the domain is a part of life as this student knows it. Perhaps this student will begin to use first person pronouns at some point, but I doubt it.

There will probably be two—no, three—subject headings: Bikes, Bible, and Lady. Most readers will pick one subject heading and stick with it, the other two being irrelevant to their particular idioms. Within each, you will no doubt receive a pretentious, myopic rant based on a visceral reaction to something or other: this is, after all, a blog; and therefore, I am an expert concerning all my opinions. And here I thought I was immune from the narcissism that plagues blogdom.

The time interval between posts shall be determined providentially (or, Providentially, if you are Reformed).

Thanks for visiting.



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