Stu blog currently bronze?
Here’s a pointless post for you.
I wanted to make sure my last post went up, and I was a little too lazy to type in “glennbeck.com” and then click on blog. So I just typed in “stu blog” into my fancy google search.
What I discovered was very disturbing: there are two other Stu people with Stu blogs that are ahead of me on google. Why should I have the bronze medal in Stu blogs?
The second place guy is someone in New Zealand who has a recent post titled “Edinburgh Fringe Festival.” Really Stu? I mean, what a sell out. OF COURSE you can get lots of readers writing about fringey festivals like the Edinburgh Fringe Festival—but that’s just way too commercial for me.
The first place guy is named Stu Maschwitz. He’s apparently some big wig visual effects designer or something. Wow–”I direct movies and make things look like other things. Aren’t I impressive?”
Here’s his entire wikipedia entry:
Stuart T. Maschwitz, commonly known as Stu Maschwitz, is the co-founder and chief technology officer of The Orphanage, a visual effects company in California. He has worked as senior visual effects supervisor on several films. He previously worked at Industrial Light and Magic.
Maschwitz was writer, director, cinematographer, and editor for the film The Last Birthday Card (2000). He directed the “Song For The Lonely [Almighty Remix]” segment of The Very Best of Cher: The Video Hits Collection (2004). His film Skate Warrior is an example of guerrilla filmmaking. He studied animation at the California Institute of the Arts.
Well, my wikipedia entry is at least three times as long, and includes the name “Honkey Whitesville” in it. Isn’t that enough for me to be the number one Stu blog? Can’t you computer geniuses out there link to my blog and make it beat out Mr. Fringe Festival and Mr. Accomplished Movie Career Guy? Is there no fairness left on this earth?