Wednesday, 21 December 2011

A Tribute

A good online friend of mine, and the main reason I use Twitter, has been without a working computer for quite some time now. As such, even though runs a nice blog, it hasn't been updated. He has an iPhone, but he says that it's too annoying to post a full blog post from there. I've told him that if he writes something, I'll be happy to put it up here for him (same applies to you guys, you ever feel like doing a guest post, please feel free to contact me, or if for some reason you can't post), but he wouldn't take me up on the offer. Like I said, he finds it too annoying to write everything out. Can't really blame him. He is still pretty active on Twitter though, and we chat quite a fair bit on there. I thought the world needed more of his writing, so I'm taking a moment to copy what I did with my last Twitter post, and post some of his tweets. I hope I do his writing justice, and I also hope that if you have a Twitter account you'll follow him (That's @Poor__Leno, there are TWO underscores, don't make the same mistake I did) and if you do tell him I sent you. Though Hell he'll probably just read this here anyway. Either way, enjoy.











31 comments:

  1. Oh he is good. I'm going to follow him just to watch his tweets go by when I'm on. I left you a comment yesterday, I don't know if you've seen it. Have a Happy Christmas

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  2. Another follow in the hundred others for me! Thanks for the direction!

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  3. Last one is the best one cause its the most truthful one.

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  4. @Anne Have a happy Christmas yourself there Anne. I see all my comments, thanks to the magic of email, and reply to them eventually, thanks to the magic of Blogger. He is worth a follow, you'll soon pick up just what he's all about.

    @kbbudingwriter Hehe I'm not quite at that mark yet in Twitter, I think I have just over a hundred follows.

    @Bersercules Plus I guess I kinda proved it here.

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  5. he needs to write. it seems like he has a lot of things to say about a lot of things. hahaha.

    Merry Christmas by the way. : )

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  6. Interesting, and Merry Christmas!

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  7. Aww you're such a good friend! He's quite funny!

    Merry Christmas :)

    http://pablosangel.blogspot.com/

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  8. You retweet him sometimes, so yeah, I've seen his stuff. Cool guy, really.

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  9. Yeah, I was trying to blog from my phone for a bit, but it gets really ridiculous. Its just not the same.

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  10. I'm on Twitter but I don't like it. Maybe I'm just getting too old for the quick stuff! I will say he's pretty darned funny though. Thanks for sharing it.

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  11. @The Angry Lurker Well at least more people are getting to read someting great.

    @Erwin You too man. He does write, but without his computer he's limited because he won't write a full post on his iPhone.

    @Hazel I find it odd you're leaving your link after I've been following you for so long :P But have a merry Christmas yourself. I just do what I can for people.

    @Fang Yeah he's one of the people I retweet the most. If it wasn't for retweets I wouldn't have that many tweets really.

    @Kid Shuffle Aye, I prefer to type on my computer than my phone. I think I could force myself to post from my phone if I had to, but I'd rather avoid it if I can.

    @Barb I'm young myself and don't like Twitter. It's just...not right.

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  12. Lol sorry, I was commenting on new blogs before I commented on yours today and I was leaving my link on theirs. Guess it was just habit lol!

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  13. @Hazel lol well maybe you'll get lucky and people here who don't know you will take a look :) I never leave my link though, even on new blogs. I count on them clicking my name and going from there. I've only done it once, when someone asked her readers to.

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  14. Well, there's some incentive for people to seek fame through more traditional routes. On the ocean of the internet, credit seldom goes to where it is due.

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  15. @Henry Well that is true too. It's hard to make money on the internet because you just can't guarantee your work is safe. Or that you'll even get credit for it.

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  16. That's nice of you! Great posts btw.

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  17. @My 2 Pesos He is pretty good at what he deos.

    @Devour Cheers, I try my best. Sometimes.

    @Interwebs Fails it's a good choice to make :)

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  18. Yeah I agree with Erwin. He should not ignore his calling.

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  19. Some inspirational ones, hate hoes use hoes, cheaters gonna cheat, etc...

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  20. nice... Following. :) Merry christmas Mr.Mark

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  21. And thanks for the comment :)

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  22. @Copyboy lol I told him what you guys think, and he said he's going to write something.

    @TheRaveSite He tries to avoid overused quotes as much as he can.

    @Baur Have yourself a merry Christmas too.

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  23. @Heaven I suck at liking it.

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  24. I am on twitter, too! He's good, I guess!

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  25. I think I need a Twitter account to really appreciate this guy's posts.

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  26. interesting writings, but nothing too profound either.

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  27. @Marco Walter He's very good lol.

    @DWei To appreciate this guy without his posts at least.

    @MRanthrope His blog was. When he's given more room he can be quite profound, plus he has a ton of tweets. I basically chose the first ten excellent ones I came across that weren't part of a conversation. Though one of these is part of a conversation.

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