We At Dadwagon Have No Such Doubts

June 3rd, 2010  |  by  |  Published in Uncategorized  |  1 Comment

Over at Salon, John R. Barry has come clean: “My baby is too boring to blog about” is the self-explanatory title of his story, posted today.

Well. I’ve never met your baby, Mr. Barry, but don’t you think that this is more about you than about him? You’re a writer, man. Write something! And then whore yourself out shamelessly and indiscriminately to promote it! It’s the Internet way. Works great for us over here. Take your kid to a bar while you’re at it.


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  1. Jack says:

    June 3rd, 2010at 8:13 pm(#)

    If you can’t come up with an angle to write about than maybe blogging isn’t the right place for you. Or so some might say.

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