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Friday, September 15, 2006

Withdrawal Symptoms

Blogspot has been broken for most of the day. Yaxlich was unable to visit all of his friends. This made him very sad. He sat in the corner and whimpered. It reminded him of a dream he used to have when he was smaller than he is now. In the dream all of his friends at school used to ignore him and make him cry and then they all disappeared leaving him on his own in the playground.

He hopes Google don't do that to him again.

Comments on "Withdrawal Symptoms"

 

Blogger ExAfrica said ... (3:55 pm) : 

Oh Yax! You poor, poor thing. All this on a Friday, too. Hope you used your free time to evacuate a thing or two.

Blogger hasn't been great on this side of the world, either, but I can still see everyone. Thank god - otherwise I might actually have to work!

 

Anonymous Sim said ... (11:44 pm) : 

Boo! HIss! Have been trying to leave a comment all day. Poor Yaxlich! Still here, despite blogger messing us around!

 

Blogger Reeholio said ... (2:56 am) : 

Hi Yaxlich, I've just been catching up with the pages and pages of your writing that I have missed while away.

I know the feeling about Blogger. After getting home and wanting to catch up with what my blogging friends had been up to, I couldn't believe Blogger denies me.

I think it is a power thing. We (Google) giveth, but we taketh away when we want to, ah ah ah!

PS. Saint George is a bit far removed from us colonials in New Zealand, but I might just take the day off anyway. Because I can.

 

Blogger QuillDancer said ... (3:28 am) : 

Here in America QuillDancer was also denied her morning dose of Blogger. She had to go to work without her fix. She was very testy with all her kiddies -- literally, reading testy and math testy .... now she is blogging instead of grading all those papers.

 

Blogger Prometheus said ... (5:23 pm) : 

Prometheus knows how Yaxlich must've felt in school. Prometheus himself had just two friends, both imaginary, and they would only play with each other.

Yaxlich, if he were American, could've sued Blogger for a few million, but Prometheus thinks that would be far worse a fate than being ignored by kids.

 

Blogger Lizza said ... (8:53 pm) : 

When I try to go to Blogger and come up with a page that says "Internal Server Error 550" or something like that, I feel like I want to commit murder and/or suicide.

Hold my hand.

 

Anonymous Mick Gordon said ... (4:47 am) : 

"laugh and the world laughs with you, cry and you cry alone" - be strong Yaxlich, choke back those sobs and know that it will all come together soon.

 

Blogger Yaxlich said ... (10:57 am) : 

Yaxlich thanks everyone for their words of support during this traumatic period for him.

ExAfrica - he was able to suitably evacuate before this set back. Just as well otherwise the consequences don't bare thinking about.

Sim - he is glad to see you too managed to survive the Blogger Blackout. He notices from your blog that he now has some work to do.

Reeholio - Yaxlich welcomes you back from your holibobs. If the NZ government don't let you take the day off in honour of St George, tell them it's Yaxlich Day.

QuillDancer - he hopes that Bloggers downtime doesn't meant a gap in the education of the children who are, after all, the future. Teach them well and let them lead the way. Show them all the beauty they possess inside.

Prometheus - Yaxlich feels your pain. He too had an imaginary friend but their family moved to Scotland when Yaxlich was five.

Lizza - Yaxlich is unable to hold your hand due to the fact that you live a long way away from him. He has, however, given the monitor a special hug this morning and hopes you felt the warmth.

Mick - Yaxlich thanks you for your first comment on his blog and for supporting him in his hour of need. He will now go off to read your blog and find out more about places he'll never be able to afford to visit.

 

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