Tuesday, December 20, 2005

Where's my muse?

I have joined the ranks of internet writing. I found this site on someone's blog. Maybe now I'll actually have motivation to write something. Infact I think I am going to try before the school semester begins to write something. Shouldn't be too hard. Also I am now accepting applications for the position of my editor. I cant give you much in the terms of money. But you can have all the free coke you can drink. I've also taken under consideration joining the SFU writing club. Apparently we have one.

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Blogger Graham said...

Dear Mr. Dunning,

I would like to apply for the position of editor.

Graham Pollock

12:56 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

We have a writing club?

Actually, you should write for the Peak newspaper.


2:30 AM

Blogger Dunning said...

Dear Mr. Pollock.

Your application for the postion of editor has been accepted. We will be contacting you in the near future to set up an interview.


3:03 PM

Blogger Dunning said...


Yes we have a writing club. And know i wont be joining the peak. A) i am probably to conservative for them and B)I barley read it C) it kinda sucks.

3:04 PM

Blogger Dunning said...

See thats why i need an editor. I meant No. not Know. Course you all knew that.

4:01 PM

Blogger Graham said...

Do you also oats and beans read it?

Perhaps you hop read it.

4:20 PM

Blogger Dunning said...

Have you got into the crack again?

7:28 PM

Blogger Graham said...

It was an attempt at a joke. You said that you barley read The Peak.

1:34 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

You see, Mike, that apathy that so many people on campus have is the real problem with The Peak.

You criticize it for being garbage, and say that it would be a waste of your time and effort by contributing to it. Yet, if you honestly believe that you have something to offer that would help to improve it, why don't you step up to the plate and present something that you believe is worthy of print?

I don't think that your views would be too conservative for them. They're not radicals. Liberal for sure, but not radical. They haven't been radical for decades, especially with the level of apathy among people these days.

If you start writing for them, you will definitely start to read the paper because you've made a personal contribution to it. And you'll definitely be reading it when people write responses your articles. Wouldn't you like to stir up a shit storm? Like the kinds that illicit responses from people for weeks at a time? Those are the most entertaining to read.

Contribute your Durnken Dunning writings to them.


10:17 PM

Blogger Dunning said...

1. I am not interested in writing for a student newspaper again (been there done that)

2. I have nothing I would want them to print, let alone for an entire university to read.

3. I am way to conservative for their liberal bullshit. That being said, I dont want to be stuck in a room with people who do nothing but bitch about liberal bullshit. Cause I think I'd go nuts.

4. Durnken Dunning may be appropriate for the web. Maybe. But not for a university, where you know i actually have to present myself. These are my peers Dave. I'd like to have some of their respect.

1:52 AM

Blogger M Rexin said...

Point goes to Mr. Dunning

8:28 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Durnken Dunning has my respect.


10:14 AM

Blogger M Rexin said...

By the way Dave, why do you have such an affinity for the Peak?

3:23 PM


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