Last Updated on April 20, 2020
I so much appreciate online humor when I find it, that I really need to tell you about my latest discovery: The Junk Drawer | Humor for the Masses, a blog run by Kathy, who defines the thing she’s doing there like this:
What’s in The Drawer? Here you’ll find stories about anything that amuses me, confuses me, or makes me blow a gasket. I complain a lot here, but that’s a good thing! Some of my regular readers consider a visit to The Junk Drawer cheap therapy. You can always come here to unwind and unload.
I arrived to Kathy’s humor blog by chance, reading a post about tweaking a blog to make money online by attracting more search engine traffic to it. The Junk Drawer was the subject of a small case study in there and I went to check it out. One hour later, I was still in the drawer, despite the fact that I had one client waiting for me to finish a job. I’m so familiar with tech support for old parents, that I can argue Kathy’s following statement any given time:
Despite our ongoing nightmare, there is one undeniable fact: My Dad may be the world’s biggest tech support challenge, but he’s the only octogenarian in his senior apartment complex who has a computer and is not afraid to use it, and I say that’s pretty cool.
This is surely cool, but I happen to know another one, who’s making me re-install his operating system every two months, because he doesn’t know any English at all, but clicks on everything that’s clickable.
Now, as Kathy says, go “take a look around the drawer. Just leave everything where you found it.”
Kathy, I left everything as you wanted. I just took your feed for my reader. I surely could use your online humor any given time.