This is an example of a page, specifically, Max Burbank’s ‘About’. Unlike posts, which are displayed on your blog’s front page in the order they’re published, pages are better suited for more timeless content that you want to be easily accessible. And what could be more timeless than what I am ‘about’. I’m about 52 years old, about 157 pounds soaking wet, about as wet as I feel like, about as annoying as this sentence. Is that timeless enough? I bet you wish it was timed. I bet you wish it was over now.
It’s just my damn ‘Blog’. It’s just my ‘musings’. Everybody has them, ‘musings’. There’s no cure for them, they don’t have an ointment for them, and if they did, you know what? It would stain most fabrics. Bet on it. Most fabrics? They would be stained. Ointment stained.
What more is there to know? How much do you think you’ll actually learn about me from what is essentially fiction? And honestly, do you care that much? Am I being to ‘aggressive’ now? Well, I’m sorry. Sincerely, and I mean that, even though it sounds sarcastic. It is very hard to actually convey tone in writing, but I mean it. I was way out of line. You’d think the internet rocket scientists would have included an edit function with this sh*t. Hey, geniuses! Add a damn edit function! Bloggers want one!
You know what? Screw it. ‘About’. Like anything is about anything.