Hello fellow bloggers, readers of blogs and government computers that sift through blogs in search of keywords that might indicate terrorist activity! You’re the bomb!
It’s exciting to be a part of a blog! What a great opportunity to create more and better results when I Google myself!
So far, I’d compare my blogging style to the dialogue in the comic strip
Dang it. With the above rhetorical question I just shattered my dream of an exclusively exclamation-point-punctuated blog. Nothing to do now, but return to my original goal of increasing my visibility in the Googleverse.
Tyler Hughs. tylerhughs. hughs, tyler.
Please note, there is not an e in my name. Well there's the one. But it's hardly silent. I ask you: what's the point of adding a vestigial e in "Hughs," silent as a fart in an elevator, when there's already two silent letters in there anyways? What am I, French?
Now when you or I enter “Tyler Hughs, celebrity” or “charismatic, brilliant, masterful lover, hope for our future, Tyler Hughs” we can all find what we’re looking for: me! And when Google asks:
Did you mean “
Did you mean “trailer hitches”
...answer NO…with an exclamation point!
And before you call my first foray into the blogosphere indulgent and self-serving, consider what I’ve done this day for
And I’m glad of it…except for in the case of Tyler Hughes. That guy can suck it.