March 27th, 2007 by Albert
So let’s take a look at Albert’s Barrel. Do you guys know what this is? It’s the blog of Albert, the Barrel, the mascot of Pseudobook. If you haven’t seen it, then give it a go. I’ll still be here when you get back.
Okay did you figure out yet that I am reviewing my own blog? Nice to meet you.
“Hi. I’m Albert. The walking, hopping, talking barrel of water with plants for arms.”
Those are the first words ever to grace the orginal Pseudo Book back in 1999. Of all Pseudobook has done, I have always been the first, the oldest, the wisest, the truest. If you’re going to Pseudobook, you gotta go through me.
Oh? Huh? You didn’t know that? Well maybe that’s because you haven’t taken the time to get to know me. I am the spirit of Pseudobook. Their essence is derived from my existence. So I just might be worth your time.
My blog is one such place to get to know me. That, and a winery. But people don’t really have easy access to wineries. Whineries1, yes, but wineries, no. So I am glad for this opportunity to review it for you here at the Review. Why don’t we get the barrel rolling on that?
What I Think of My Own Blog
by Albert Strongberth
- It’s really quite funny. For barrels and humans.
- I have pretty and colorful pictures.
- I’m a barrel. That blogs.
- I don’t italicize quotation marks or punctuation. Just the words.
- I’ve only blogged twice a month, on average, since November.
- I don’t even have a designed blog. It’s a pre-loaded template.
- You, for not reading it and commenting and encouraging me.
So there you have it, ladies and gents! That’s what I think of my own blog. It was and is supposed to be much more. So far I think it’s a good basic training for something more spectacular to come. You should look at it and read it (but no weeping, please).
After all, I may just be a mascot, but I’m Pseudobook’s mascot. Usually mascots are just big roly poly things with huge heads that don’t speak, pump people up, and clap a lot. I do that, only I can roll better, pump people AND BARRELS up, and I blog.
That’s called going above and beyond.
1 – also known as children
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