dreadedcandiru2 (dreadedcandiru2) wrote,

Other silences, other reasons....

As we know, most of Lynn's experiments don't have a lot of staying power. So far, we've seen the end of the Hybrid strips, the New-runs, Elly's recipes, the weekly podcasts, sending in photos to April's Blog, the Caption contest, Coffee Talk and pretty much everything that requires Lynn to do things even if they bore her. What this probably means is that Lynn is looking for an exit strategy for having to come up with those notes that she writes for her strips. Her dilemma, as I see it, is doing so without looking like some lazy flake who can't be bothered sticking to things because they're hard despite actually being a lazy flake who can't be bothered sticking to things because they're hard. Fortunately for her reputation, she can always claim that being a grandmother comes first. While it's true that we're dealing with mommyjacking by proxy, it's better for all concerned than her whining about picky-faces when nobody is picking at her face. We can thus look forward to her having fewer and fewer thoughts as time goes on. Eventually, a notice will appear stating that she'll only post notes when she has something to actually say and the thing will be done with.
Tags: lynn the blogger

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