Overall, virtual worlds and blogging aren’t very popular in any age group, which probably indicates that tools such as Facebook and Twitter – which also enables users to express themselves online – have substituted blogging for many users. E-mail, on the other hand, has become nearly ubiquitous, even among adults ages 74 or over.This settles it. I'm quitting again. I have to be cool.
Just kidding. I'm just shutting down running until 1/1/11. I went about .25 miles last week before my IT band reared it's sinewy, ugly...uh....head? Until then, it looks like a lot of cross training and elliptical boredom for me. Oh, and did I mention that a friend of mine teaches a spinning class? He offered to let me join in and embarrass myself. Should be interesting. At the very LEAST, a blog post.
Here's wishing you and yours a very Merry Christmas* and Happy New Year! I leave you with one of the best scenes from one of the most underrated Christmas movies of all time.
*Yeah, that's right. I said "Christmas". F**k this PC sh*t. It's Jesus' birthday.