How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy
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And the realization is in...

And the winner is...

I'm not telling.



I just noticed something. I'm an LJ-user. Not someone who uses LJ, but on LJ, I turn into a user. When I'm scrolling through the random button and stuff, I look for the journals that edify me that interest me. I'm not interested in immaturity, so I blast by it. I'm irritated by "cuz", "r u 4 reel?", and the like- so I bounce out quickly.



Is it wrong of me to only keep track of friends who interest me?


At least I still have not stooped to locking entries, nor shall I.
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