Mini: You have suddenly posted three blogs, four if you count this one. Why?
Aka: Four comes after three but before five, that’s why. If you meant why three blogs, or four if you count this one, then I would say it was an impulse.
Mini: Are you normally impulsive or not?
Aka: I am a blog-engineer; we are trained not to be impulsive in life and sometimes in blogging.
Mini: So that is what a blog-engineer is, a non-impulsive life-bloger.
Aka: Yes, and also irresistibly charming.
Mini: You definitely missed that boat. Anyway, I understand you recently received an email which went on and on about your frequent blog comments and your blogs.
Aka: That is true, and the email didn’t even come from a blogger, but a very good friend of a few years.
Mini: Were you offended by the email?
Aka: Not at all, she was in high praise of my comments and my blogs
Mini: Who is she? Never mind. Why do you comment so much Aka? Do you have too much time on your hands? Is it some type of mental illness? What?
Aka: Why so negative? My blog comments are my way of telling people I read what you wrote and I either understood what you said or didn’t. My comments might be my way of saying that people matter. People don’t blog to be ignored Mini, except for me perhaps, but I love being unnoticed, most of the time anyway.
Mini: That is strange, why do you like being unnoticed?
Aka: I am up at 4:30 am every morning by choice and my cell starts to ring at 5:30 am. It doesn’t stop until late in the evening, or at night on a bad day. People are constantly after my attention at work so that is why I sometimes enjoy being not noticed, even if only in blog form.
Mini: What are your passions Aka, what keeps you going everyday?
Aka: That’s easy, my photography, the web, people, Mini Skirts, life, my job, my Honda, and cell phone ads.
Mini: You are not serious, are you?
Aka: Yes I am.
Mini: What are your vices?
Aka: According to my friends I am one of those poor unfortunate fools who never managed to develop a proper vice except for blog commenting and photography.
Mini: That is sad.
Aka:I know, but on the other hand they say it is the vices which makes a man interesting, so that would account for me being on the other side of interesting.
Mini: What turns you on in women?
Aka: I was about to ask you the same thing but I doubt you would tell me. What I find attractive in women? That would be hard to say, other than the perennial pair of nice legs wrapped in a short skirt, nice brain, good sense of humor, hips that don’t stay still. There are too many variables in that equation which would give a good answer.
Mini: Very interesting answers. Aka, you seem to be happy, are you?
Aka: Yes and yes. I don’t want to elaborate but I am not a down or depressed type of person, except when I think about West Indies Cricket. I am enjoying my life everyday.
Mini: What’s next for Aka? Where is he headed?
Aka: I might beheading to Pt. Lisas today.
Mini: Very funny Aka, I mean where is your blog and your life headed?
Aka: My blog has a mind of it’s own so I don’t have to worry about that. As for my life, all I can say is that I don’t see any need to change course but I might just change my cellular provider and also upgrade my PC. I think I will start to read Stephen King’s The Gunslinger again or reread The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy. Douglas Adams was the best. I also need to make some website edits and call a friend in Colombia, they are three hours behind us so I will call around 9:00pm.
Mini: You and your Colombian fixation! Let’s move on. Do you think people will read this conversation?
Aka: Would you?
Mini: No, it’s not very funny, or interesting.
Aka: Never said it was.