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I love blogging because at its very core it is an exercise in self-indulgent excess. It is all about me and how clever I am and why you should pay attention to me and my ramblings. Because of that, I, the sNarcissist, am introducing a new feature highlighting prominent, exemplary, stunning and extraordinary feats of self-absorption in blogging. Examples to us all. Pillars in the Bloggernacle.

This week: Connor Boyack's Conundrums

Just click on the link above, and when you get there, refresh it over and over again. You will have the utter pleasure of seeing lots of pictures of Connor. Most people hide from stalkers. Not Connor. This single 20something man is eager to be stalked, since his blogging is interfering with is his dating prospects.

If you can get past the seemingly endless Connor photo cascade and redundant links to all of his latest shindigs, including being the top ranked listing at his own Sustain'd, move on to the posts wherein he answers questions nobody has asked of him, brags up his Mom (who writes books Ms. Smith isn't all that impressed with, so now she has the opportunity to judge her writings by Connor's online activities, not that Ms. Smith would ever judge anyone), praises Hitler for insights which closely match his own, praises his own orthodoxy and mormanity, and so on and so on. No wonder he is having trouble finding a help meet. Me? I have Echo. Connor? He disparages Democrats and Republicans alike, so I guess he is going to marry himself a Constitution Party Hottie, at least as hot as he is.

Awww, yeah, should be easy!
Mackin the babes that believe 9/11 was a lie!


Next week: You

4 comments

Anonymous said... @ October 9, 2006 at 3:45 PM

Further proof of Brandon Flowers' maxim "You can't be a Mormon and be cool."

danithew said... @ October 10, 2006 at 5:40 AM

I think most Mormons would disagree with Connor's politics. He's more interested in conspiracy theories than most Mormons, though he seems to think that his interest in conspiracy theories means he is taking the Book of Mormon and the words of Ezra Taft Benson more seriously than others.

Eric Nielson said... @ October 10, 2006 at 3:32 PM

Congratulation Connor!

Anonymous said... @ October 11, 2006 at 5:06 PM

I want to know what conspiracy was responsible for a college graduate wearing shades with his cap and gown and giving some goofy hands- as-guns sign. Way lame duuuuude.

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