2011 Did Not Change The World

Last year, the stats for Ideas That Won’t Change The World included a whole post where I could make snide comments and asides. This year, the stats direct to a page where I can’t make any remarks. So it’s rather boring.

So before I bore you all with how this blog did in 2011, I want to open this blog up to other writers. If are a comedy writer or know a comedy writer that loves to work for no pay but plenty of thanks, contact me. Leave a comment in this post with a link to their work. While I love writing the comedy, I think Ideas That Won’t Change The World could use some other voices.

So here is 2011 that didn’t change a thing:

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2011 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 3,200 times in 2011. If it were a cable car, it would take about 53 trips to carry that many people.

Here is my one snide remark: My blog as a cable car… right… and sometimes I stretch for analogy.

Click here to see the complete report.

Published by aaronfrale

Aaron Frale has been writing comedy for years. He won "Best Writer" as co-writer for a feature film called Hamlet: The Vampire Slayer at the B-Movie Film Fest in New York. You can check out an in depth review of Hamlet from the film critic Obscurus Lupa. Various plays, sketches, and films written by Aaron have been lurking about the Albuquerque scene. In May 2010 he received a Masters of Fine Arts in Dramatic Writing from the University of New Mexico. Music is another one of his past times. His rock band, Spiral, was rated 9 out of 10 by the DPRP for their 2011 release The Capital in Ruins. He currently resides with his wife, Felicia, and a small black dog that thinks he is a giant black dog.. Check out his personal humor blog at: https://wontchangetheworld.com/ and his rock band: http://thespiral.bandcamp.com/

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