Back in the day, I used to have a Xanga site. For those unfamiliar, Xanga at the time was just a blog site. Think of MySpace without anything else except the blog. Eventually I migrated towards MySpace realizing the better potential for sexual prey.
While I used Xanga though, you had the option of subscribing to “Blogrings”. Blogrings were supposed to be groups you could join to connect with other people who shared a common interest, like say, Electrical Wiring. Well among the groups I joined was “**Christian Teens Rock**”. This led to me getting a message from a Xanga member saying the following:
“…I saw you’re part of the Christian Teens Rock blogring and thought that was cool! Its encouraging to see other believers witnessing and sharing their faith online. Do you go to church now?”
Now sure, this is a nice letter, and maybe I shouldn’t laugh. But I do. Because if this guy had just spent one fraction of a second to scan below **Christian Teens Rock** on my blogring list he may have figured out I wasn’t exactly witnessing as much as he assumed I was.
I guess my point is it may be a good idea to take half a second to care about what a person is about before you start pretending to care about what a person is about.
(Originally Posted 1/12/07)
I decided to check the overall comedy rankings not too long ago. I’d been lingering around #12 for a good while and was looking to see if I’d advanced any. It goes without saying how important it can be for a comedian to crack the North Carolina MySpace top ten comedian list – you better strap on your safety harness cause you’re getting launched in a rocket with an express route to stardom.
Well to my disappointment I quickly found I had not cracked the top ten, so I clicked to see the next ten comedians and checked if I was at least still #12. I wasn’t! In fact I was nowhere on the page. I had dropped off the top 20! So I opened the next page to see where in the 20’s I was now ranked, but I was not there either! nor in the 30’s, or 40’s, or 50’s. Once I got to the 60’s I realized MySpace must have just accidentally dropped my profile out of the rankings. A mistake they’d surely correct soon. It wouldn’t be long till I was back to my #12 glory and once again start contending for top ten status. (more…)
I think this proves the point that I can just dominate all genres of comedy I decide to take on. I’ve conquered the Family Friendly, Christian, and now Redneck/Country genres. I’ve conquered all but the elusive Explicit/Raw genre that keeps me hovering at the 2 and 3 positions. Some day though, Explicit/Raw, some day!
As you can see, I’ve probably beaten my toughest competition yet. Some would say that his hat is even more Rednecky than mine. And I only have two names, which again would put me at a disadvantage against his more Rednecky three. And I’m not even mentioning the teeth, or the dumbfounded look on his face. Well I guess I just did. (more…)
So not too long ago I let everybody know of my ranking accomplishments as a MySpace comedian. For those of you too lazy to scroll and click back to that blog entry I’ll just let you know that I was North Carolina’s #1 ranked comedian in the “Family Friendly” genre, while at the same time being North Carolina’s #2 ranked “Explicit/Raw” comedian.
So I decided to venture out, try to conquer new ground now that I’d made “Family Friendly” my bitch. Where did Carlos turn next? “Christian” comedy, of course. And guess what? Now I’m the #1 goddamn “Christian” comic in North Carolina, MotherFuckers!! Check it out! (more…)
I was perusing the Comedian Rankings on MySpace and seeing that I’m not yet in the top 10 nationwide, I narrowed my search to just North Carolina. Then seeing that I’m not yet in the top 10 in North Carolina, I narrowed my search down to just ‘Family Friendly’ comedians in North Carolina. And guess what? I’m number one, motherfuckers!!!
check it out:
Hell yeah! so then I checked out my other speciality subgenre and found out MySpace has me ranked as only the number Two ‘Explicit/Raw’ comedian in North Carolina. What the Cock is that Shit! (more…)