Tuesday, March 27, 2007

Mission Statement

No mission statement. No explanation of the overriding theme of Avoiding Work. Well, maybe a little. One thing I do promise is to not use anything resembling the expression "we at Avoiding Work" because it is annoying and, more importantly, there is no 'we'. Just me. I recently read somewhere that those who do, do and those who can't criticize those who do on snarky blogs. Well that is fully my intention. Snarking. Another thing you won't see at Avoiding Work are well thought out arguments and it is entirely likely that I'll deny most of what I write here in a matter of weeks if not days. I should add as a word of warning to my readers that if I were a proofreader, I would be a really shitty proofreader. I type quickly and rarely re-read what I've put down which is often filled with misspellings, improper punctuation and completely incorrect words. If this bothers you, please go to http://www.newyorker.com/ and leave me and my comment section alone. All other comments, slights, observations and insults are welcome.


Dan said...

I, for my part, plan to argue with everything you have to say, regardless of my actual opinion and likely without having read any of your referenced hyperlinks or having done any independent research on my own.

Does VTK get a link?

Dewy24 said...

I'd expect no less.

Dan said...

yeah, well you're wrong.