Fathers’ Day is this Sunday, and we're wondering where the bloggernacle fathers are. So what if the scriptures and our prophets tell us that children and family life are pretty much the main reasons why we’re here on this earth, it is pretty obvious most men bloggers don't think one iota about their kids.

Perhaps these are some reasons for the relative silence on the subject:

1. My life is all about me, I blog about me, I am important, my children are ontologically irrelevant.

2. Your children do not make interesting subjects for blogging.

3. My wife blogs about the children, I don’t have anything to add.

4. I don’t have children...yet.

5. I do blog about my children, but nobody reads my blog, so its the same as not blogging on my children.


Anonymous said... @ June 15, 2006 at 10:01 AM

Here's something to help break blogging addiction. For Windows users, use a plain text editor to insert these lines at the end of the "HOSTS" file your C:\windows directory "C:\windows\hosts" (No extension.) www.timesandseasons.org timesandseasons.org www.bycommonconsent.com bycommonconsent.com snarkernackle.blogspot.com any-bad-web-site.com www.any-bad-web-site.com

Then if you try to access any of those web sites, your browser will take you to www.lds.org instead.

If you or a family member has a problem with "naughty web sites" you can add additional lines to "redirect" from the unwanted web site to the IP of a good web site.

Kind of a poor-man's p0rn filter.

Anonymous said... @ June 15, 2006 at 1:13 PM

that's the coolest thing I've ever seen. what great advice. thanks anon.

Snarkimus Prime said... @ June 15, 2006 at 7:43 PM


I am flattered you would consider SnarkerNacle addictive.

Kim Siever said... @ June 16, 2006 at 1:33 PM

Or my comments, apparently.

Stephen said... @ June 17, 2006 at 1:58 PM

I am flattered you would consider SnarkerNacle addictive.

I hadn't thought of it as flattering, merely true ... especially as it has gotten better again.

Post a Comment