Zorba the Hutt (zorbathut) wrote,
Zorba the Hutt

This picture is spectacularly creepy, for a variety of reasons.

(If you haven't played the Final Fantasy series extensively, you'll probably find it less creepy.)

I'm in a weird situation with posting. Partially I want to post more. I have ideas. I have things I could write. I've got a long entry about greed, and an equally long entry about . . . something else. I seem to have forgotten what. It'll come back to me.

Partially I want to make a second journal, one more serious, where I don't go off on random tangents and post entries talking about yams and rant about my light bulbs, which keep burning out. Except, one, I'm not sure I have enough content to keep updating it frequently, and with the amount of complaining I've done about irregularly updating webcomics I'd be a hell of a hypocrite to not follow my own advice. And two, I can't come up with a name for it.

Partially I want to figure out how to write *better*, only I'm not sure how, so instead of writing better I just write less which is, honestly, the exact wrong thing to do.

Partially I just don't have time.

So I'm working through all of this stuff. It's slow going, and I'm not sure what balance I want to use. I mean, you're not getting spammed by eight entries a day of news entries and funny things, but then again, you're also not getting to bask in my unarguable brilliance. (No, really. Don't argue it. Please?) And so I figure that's not the right balance - I mean, if someone *wants* my thoughts inflicted on available for them to read, who am I to argue?

I figure you're reading my journal because you want to read it. Let me know if that assumption is wrong.

I guess, in summary: Hi! I'm Zorba! I don't know what the hell I'm doing!

But I'm working on it. I'll keep you all posted.
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