My name is Crow. I've decided to start this blog to share my thoughts and opinions about things that I find interesting. A little about myself: I'm a fairly average resident of Aniburg. I live in the downtown area with my roommate Oza Boxman. He is a unique individual, but a loyal friend and pays his rent on time. I have an office job with BlarbCorp™ that I absolutely hate. I'm not always sure what I actually do there, but I show up and they pay me. I enjoy experiencing new things and I'm always trying out new activities. One of my favorite things is my pebble collection. I started it was I was young and it has grown rather large. I'm really excited about this blog. I hope to have my friends write for it from time to time. Sometimes it can be hard to get them to focus on one thing for very long.
I hope you enjoy this Blog.
Why don't we just abbreviate names it would be much easier. Instead of John just use J. Well there would be alot of J's, one for every John, James, Jake and Jimothy. So we probably should allow numbers after the letter, only to be used when there are multiple J's in the same room. But I guess we wouldn't want anyone feeling as though they were being ranked. Or even worse, other people to think that they were ranked. Everyone would always think that the last guy to show up was the worst ever. That's already what happens most of the time without the numbering. Ok, so no numbers. We will just use letter combinations. Hmm, well I suppose we are going to need very long combinations of letters since everyone will need a different one. They might be hard to remember though. I suppose we could rearrange the letter so they closely resemble actual words. That would help people remember. Although I don't think I would want to be the one to end up with the letter combination P-O-O-P, Hahaha…or H-A-H-A-H-A because no one would take you seriously. I suppose we should restrict the letter combinations to pronounceable single words that aren't actually names of other things. I don't want to be B-O-X and be confused with actual packages any more than I already am, although I didn't mind the trip to Pleasentville. Anyways, I think this system could work. For example J could be represented by J-O-H-N or J-A-M-E-S or J-I-M-O-T-H-Y. Names could be simple, unique and not embarrassing. Maybe everyone will get on board with the next generation. I think this could work!