Please Allow Me To Introduce Myself…


Or not.

I suspect that I am the least well-known of the bloggers making up this new network. The people who spend a bit of time reading the comment threads might know me, but this past April 1st, I spent a day being P. Z. Myers, and found out that the vast majority of readers don’t regularly dive into the comments. So it is entirely possible that there are more people reading my blog today than have ever looked at it in the past 3.5 years.

So, how do I introduce myself?

“Slowly”, I suspect, is the answer. Over the next couple of weeks or so, in addition to doing what I always do (that is, commenting on stuff, in verse), I’ll also post some of my older verses, with a bit of context, so you don’t have to stick around for a whole year to see what sort of Cuttlefish I am.

You will find verses on atheism, on religion, on science and nature, on philosophy, on politics, on current events (well, they were current when I wrote about them), on love. Verses, not poems; I don’t write poetry. I write commentary, that just happens to be in verse. It’s up there in the FAQ at the top of the page.

Anyway, welcome to the new digs, make yourself at home (for those who made the trip from my old blog, you know where the drinks are kept), and have fun. I hope you stick around for a while.

Comments

  1. ctenotrish says

    Whew, took a while to log in so that I could comment, but here I am. I am so happy that you have joined this crew, Cuttlefish! Have been a fan for a while, but your other site is blocked at work, and I am not much for computer use at home. It will be a delight to follow you regularly!

  2. Reginald Selkirk says

    but this past April 1st, I spent a day being P. Z. Myers

    The jokes just write themselves.

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