The blues isn't about ethnicity, gender, or any of that garbage. It's about your soul, your feelings, and who you are. What you feel and how you connect. That's what I not just think, it's what I believe.
What do you think?
Me, I'll be here listening to some music, I've started off with Hijackin' Love by Johnnie Taylor, and doing my part for Nathan's project.
ETA - oh, yeah. Nathan's Project - Hijack Day
ganked from his post
-Do not respond to me in my own thread. Go to one of the other participant's blogs and respond there.
-Do not respond to other participants in their own threads. Go to one of the other participant's blogs and respond there.
-If you're responding to a comment in a thread, do it somewhere else.
-If one of the participants has failed to put up a Hijack™ Day post, Hijack their most recent thread with your non-sequiter comments. Serves 'em right, I say.
-Post the rules so your readers know what the hell is going on. If you feel like operating by a different set of rules, fine. Just include them in your starting Post.
-You should either include all the links of participating blogs in your post or you can just link my post so that everyone knows who is playing.
-New Rule I just thought of: Creative flaming and name-calling are hereby deemed most welcome during the 24-hour playing period. I think being pissy out of context could be most excellent!
-By all means, invite your own readers to play. Just send them here to sign on.
What's the point of all this. Nothing whatsoever. As someone pointed out, its difficult to organize chaos. So, the hell with organization. Chaos for its own sake. I expect the resulting threads to look like a meeting of Bipolar Disorder meets Tourette's Syndrome suffers.
BTW, any response to this post in this thread will be grounds for disqualification. There's other posts on the subject where you can ask questions or introduce other ideas. Just sayin'.
The players (in no particular order) are:
Random (but not really)
The Blog of Siram
Hot Chicks Dig Smart Men
Anne's Public Storage Space
The Brain of Shawn
Snavely's Web Log