I'm sorry I've neglected you, lo these many months. And I'm sorry if I made any mistakes using that turn of phrase. I don't really have an excuse. For either.
You see, I've wrestled with this conflict for a few years now. If something is good enough to be made into a blog, why not make it into a vlog? A YouTube video would get more traffic, it's a more enjoyable experience for someone to watch a vlog, in my opinion, and they're more fun to make.
But time and time again, I find myself linking you, my neglected blog, in the video information. I don't know why I do it, if it's some kind of self-masochism or if I think people still care.
No one really cares about a blog I haven't posted on since January.
But the problem remains the same. What's worth your time that's not necessary for YouTube?
I'm still talking directly to you, blog, yes.
I could talk about how Skyfall and Wreck it Ralph were both great and how I'm excited for Lincoln.
I could say how I went on an epic tri-county search for Twinkies last night and I'll be making a video about it soon.
I could talk about my next parody, about the helium shortage, my ideas for my website, or I could just talk about my day.
I still have some stuff to figure out with this blog.
Hopefully the readers will stick along for the ride. :)