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STEVE IS NOT DEAD


We were young. We had energy, spunk, and a kiss-my-ass attitude. We didn’t care who you were, where you were from, or that you have really weird quirks (like eating frozen corn from a plastic cup for a snack, or pouring the flavor packet from a packet of ramen onto the weird noodle-brick thingy and crunching into it like you’ve been in prison for the past 30 years*) – we were real.

Somewhere along the line, like the lone french fry underneath the driver’s seat of your car, we became stale, irrelevant, and useless. “Productivity” was our mantra, and stories fell by the wayside, lost in the game of work (the “game of work”? Is that an oxymoron?) that we began to take too seriously. There was a time where I would have shared my experiences & relationships with you – like my Peruvian roommate who makes Mexican jokes about himself, or a cat with hairball issues that pukes on the top step of a basement staircase with low lighting and a barefoot owner who is carrying a giant laundry basket about to walk down those same steps moments later…Those were good times.

Seriously though, there will come a time when this domain name will come up for renewal, and I’m gonna be too lazy to buy it again, and too bored with this blog to continue. This is why I need your help. For a one time donation of $10, you can make me feel better about myself and feel good about yourself too. Seriously though, I bought lunch for a homeless dude yesterday, it’s the least you could do for me.

I tweeted yesterday that this blog was dead. To some degree it is – I mean, I haven’t posted anything since May. But I’ve decided to put some life back into it and see if anything comes of it. I mean, what is there to lose? I’m still single even with my awesome Twitter account, and “Guy with a blog” seems like it would be very attractive to beautiful women. I also work out occasionally, ladies (wink).

Whatever.

*these weird quirks may or may not have been possessed by one certain former roommate, who shall remain nameless.

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  1. one of the “ladies”
    November 23, 2011 at 11:02 am | #1

    You’re right: “Guy with blog and twitter account” is definitely more attractive to the ladies than just “guy with twitter account”, but “guy with a flat stomach, blog and twitter account” trumps all.

    Get on it Lucas (the blogging part). I’m sure you have 10s of stories that need sharing. You already have me wanting to hear more about the sly and ever so sneeky hairball….
    Don’t leave us hanging!

    “A Cat Named Steve” cannot exist without the world, but the truth is, the world cannot exist without “A Cat Named Steve”.

    If we new you were updating regularly, we would check it regularly.

  2. Henso56
    December 21, 2011 at 8:31 pm | #2

    I’ll kick in five bucks towards the cause if you update regularly. The hair ball story was great! I can’t wait to hear you tell the one about the molasses cookie.

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