Thursday, July 01, 2010

Writer's Block.

Not just the regular kind of writer's block either, where I can't think up plot points or how to develop a fictional character. No, this is full-on, beat-your-head-against-the-wall complete and total ending of all creative circuts. This is bothersome. I can't even write a blog post satisfactorily. DAMN YOU, BRAIN!

11 comments:

The Celebrated Author said...

D:! Such a sad has I!

Šørën Kïêrkêgåårð said...

Greg Brady or Keith Partridge?

NOT Freddy Jones said...

I'll meet your writer's block and raise you one artist's block.

Bob son of Bob said...

1. Such a big sad that your inner yoda it brings out.

2. Come again?

3. D:

Šørën Kïêrkêgåårð said...

It's meant to cheer you up. It's a question I ask friends out of nowhere when they have a sour look on their face.

So okay, I mean look at Greg Brady. He had stupid hair, he couldn't sing, and his style of dress was ridiculous! He was too sugar coated for my taste.
Whereas Keith Partridge had cool hair, a groovy style of dress, and he could sing. Even though he was in a band with his mom, he had the potential to strike out on his own and succeed. Had he been a real person of course. And there is the fact that Keith didn't hide his taste for the ladies. Already giving the Partridges a point to the Brady's 0.

Now when you get down to the actors it doesn't change much.
Bary Williams was not cool. He still isn't cool. Even in real life he couldn't sing or dress.
Bit David Cassidy could. He is even successfull to this day. And he still works! What has Bary Williams done? Not a whole hell of a lot. Everything he has done in the last 20-25 years has been about the Brady Bunch.
At least David Cassidy was able to get away from the Partridges and be simply David Cassidy.

So, Greg Brady or Keith Partridge?

Bob son of Bob said...

Greg Brady for sure. The hair is so...hairish :D

Šørën Kïêrkêgåårð said...

Why does everyone pick the Brady's? What was wrong with the Partridges?

Bob son of Bob said...

I...don't know. I truly don't.

Fatuous Anility said...

Take a deep breath...

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