Being Loud! My impressions expressed.

February 18, 2009

It’s been a long time….

I’ve been away for awhile. I know I have not inserted any new posts in over a month but I was kind of discouraged with this whole blogging thing.

Everyone raves about this blogging thing and how so many people communicate via blogs and such, but I don’t ever see one comment on any of my posts. I know someone out there has to have something to say about what I post. Not everyone that reads these post agrees with me I’m sure. So I didn’t see a motivation to keep writing if there was no interaction.

Then something changed my mind: my stats. After a month of not logging in, I log in and find I had over 100 views last month. That’s exciting! So many people are actually viewing my posts! I like to know that I am not writing in vain and now that I know, I will keep doing it.

I just wish I could get some comments from you all. What do you guys need to spur you to take a minute to type in a comment? Do you need motivation? Should I post more controversial topics or should I keep it strictly entertainment? I’ve noticed my tv posts get the most hits, so maybe I will continue that thread.

Maybe I will set up a contest or giveaway to the person with the most comments in a month. I have to figure that one out a little more.

For now, I am back and I will be posting more often.

Thanks for visiting!

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November 15, 2008

All the prices in this article are cheaper that Orlando, FL

Here in Orlando, a gallon of milk costs $3.89 or up to $4 if you shop at Publix. A loaf of bread, the generic kind costs you $2, a 16 oz tub of butter costs about $2.50.  Iceberg lettuce is at $2 each, 1 pound of the small Roma tomatoes is .99 and 1 pound of Bananas is about .64, basically one banana.

So I think, technically Orlando can be considered the priciest cities, actually more than New York City itself. It has to do more with being a tourist town. Everyone thinks they will benefit from the tourist, so those of us that live here suffer the consequences.

Anyway, if you want to know what I am ranting about check out this article.

October 30, 2008

How our elected officials benefit from their positions

Ok, I know that everyone who is in a position of power somewhere on Earth is going to receive perks that we little people don’t.  But as I was reading this article, I was just disgusted! To think how much the Average Joe, (read to mean me) had to scrounge up to save for the down payment of a home and the closing too and then to know that these Richie Riches are getting these type of discounts! Uuuuuugh! Makes me want to throw up!!

Then the banks are “in trouble” and we have to bail them out! I say WE because it’s actually our tax money that funded this bailout and it will be our tax money and our children’s and their children’s tax money before it’s all paid up!! Unf*cking believable!! (Sorry guys just can’t bring myself to write out the word.)

Funny thing is that there have been talks about another stimulus check being doled out! Enough already!! If they would’ve taken that bailout money and given it to the American people that would have been over 100k per adult! The economy would surely have been humming like a fine tuned machine.

Read more about this here.

October 26, 2008

I want to express…..

I am always told that I am loud when it comes to my views and opinions, therefore the creation of this blog!

This blog is for me to express my impressions of the world, life and everyday matters and see if I am the only one who sees things the way I do or if there are “others” out there. I appreciate everyone’s input. Thanks for visiting and pass it on!

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