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Saturday, September 01, 2007

Sure, I can handle it

Reader-Submitted Complaint: I don't like it when you post video blogs. Well, actually, I'm not sure if I like it or not. You see, I like to read your blog while I'm at work, but my boss has set up software so I can't see anything on YouTube from my desk. How can I pass judgment on your video blogs if I can't even see them?


I can understand how frustrating that must be. Not being able to criticise others would bother me, too.

I am not great at video blogging, and I much preferred doing videos of Michael. However, he has decided that he does not want to be on camera. This is really too bad, because I thought he was pretty good at it, much better than I am, anyway. I am sticking with them because I like to keep a little of this and a little of that on the blog. Also, it is the only way any of my readers will spontaneously tell me that I am hot.

This blog owes most of its fabulousness to its readers. My devoted fans, I know many of you are in institutions and wear special restraining devices, but I feel an obligation to respond to your concerns. I tried and tried and tried to use Blogger's new video-posting option, but was unsuccessful. Why am I hitting myself? Why am I hitting myself? Why am I hitting myself?

I don't know what the problem is. If I figure out how to use it, I'll try it out. I will probably keep my YouTube account, though. In the meantime, I set up a Revver account just for those of you who watch from work. Let me know if this is better.




UPDATED: It's not better. If you can't see the video above this text, try this one:

4 comments:

The Blueberry Princess said...

Matt told me all about the fishman on one of my first visits to camp. I pictured him with a lumberjack-type build, a giant fish head, and a red plaid jacket, but I was 21 at the time. You have to get Michael to camp soon so that he can experience the true fishman horror.

By the way, you are SO hot! :)

Janet (via her mom, Karan) said...

Dear Megan,

I love the fishman story. I wondered if you could see me, but then my mommy told me that this was a video that you made, and that you could not see me. I think you're funny.

Janet

Torq said...

Where is the Fishman? Check out my blog and see!

Dad said...

Your Dad did not tell you that the fishman story was "most certainly true."
Your Dad told you that Santa Claus was a fourth century bishop in Turkey.