Monday, December 28, 2009

View From The Ditch Bank

GRAFFITI; We've all seen it. Pictures or sayings on a wall, a bridge, freeway underpasses. Usually they are rude, crude and socially unacceptable. However, in modern times to write on a wall is a computer program, or something done on a computer called Face Book. My wife has a face book account, though she has trouble using it. I have a brother in law, in his 70's, a retired truck driver, who flew on an airplane for the first time this year, who now has a computer and a face book account also. I was just getting used to doing e mail, and now people communicate on face book, or tweet like birds or something. I decided to start this blog, but don't know if any one actually reads it. So, while I am against graffiti, as described above, I guess if you can't beat them, you join them. So who knows, I may someday be writing on someones wall. And that is the View From The Ditch Bank


  1. Just for the record, I think that would rock. I still haven't figured out the point of Twitter though.

  2. That's because twitter doesn't have a point...

  3. Ya, I have a twitter account but don't use it very often. I started it to promote my Urban Botanic business, but it is more trouble than it is worth. Maybe if I used it, understood it more, and actually saw a monetary gain from it... Naw, it'll still just sit there.

    Love the picture, Dad. ;)

  4. I think Twitter is only important to people that either think they themselves are important, or that the world thinks is important.

    Also, I do believe this is the first time I've seen you wear a shirt that isn't blue, brown or white.....


  5. I love reading your blog. Maybe because I agree with most of what you say. You write better than I do, guess I didn't get any of those genes. Love you guys, Have a Happy New Year.


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