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Never ask a blogger to be a love consultant

And now for something lighter. When Gail asked me for help on how to encourage her husband to post more, I could not resist but give my “no post no love” business model for blogging.

To Marc, hey bro, dude, really sorry about this. But your wife really asked for a creative way on how to make you blog more. And I really had no idea that she would make this public. I guess since the pay per post business model for bloggers was attractive, I decided to twist it a bit. And hey, you’re married! May you guys enjoy the rest of your lives together.

Here’s a tip: why not aggregate posts from other blogs so that you have a feed thing running. That way, you will rack up at least 10 posts per day and get well .. 10 … you know. [DIGG]

By Jayvee Fernandez

Jayvee Fernandez is a tech enthusiast, EAN certified SCUBA Diver and underwater photographer based in Metro Manila, Philippines. His photos and videos have appeared in various international and local publications including Random House Germany, Discovery Channel Canada, and CNN.

3 replies on “Never ask a blogger to be a love consultant”

[…] I really do not know whether to call this a case of serendipity or synchronicity. I all started with Gail, which then resulted in this post by Marc, upon the suggestion of Jayvee, which was then blogged about by Abe and countless others. Succinctly said the story was no blog no sex. There are two type of people in our world those who see a half empty glass and those who see a half full glass: something similar to the people who see the hole in the dough nut and those who see the donut as a whole. Some may see this as a drastic measure to take. For me a drastic measure means sacrificing something or enduring something -like vinegar. This seems opportunity heaven sent – more of honey. And its not a bad deal. In a similar vein Sorsi a few days ago wrote something within the same area of discussion. Then Valentine’s Day is just a few days away. Synchronicity or maybe not. It did remind quickly of the Bonobos. The Bonobos use sex as (i) a means of greeting, (ii) resolving conflicts, (iii) reconciliation after conflicts, and (iv) for trade. They are based in Africa and their DNA is 98 percent similar to human DNA. The two percent difference is significant – its what separates foxes from dogs – the Bonobo is one of the two species of Chimpanzee. Also known as the Pygmy or Gracile Chimpanzee or Pan paniscus as compared to the common Chimpanzee or Pan troglodytes. The Bonobos walk upright 25 percent of the time, they have highly individuated facial features (which makes them facially distinct from one another), and among other things they are less aggressive than their close cousins Pan Troglogytes. The Common Chimp is more aggresive and tend to resolves things in a terminal fashion, or the expeditious demise of an opponent or rival. The Bonobos on the other hand matriarchal, peaceful, and nearly always solves anything with sex – which is varied fact-to-face genital sex (female-female, male-female, and male-male), tongue kissing, and oral sex. […]

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