I started a new blog where people can submit pictures of themselve standing in front of an old place of employment giving it the finger, along with a story of why their former employer deserves the finger. How long should I wait for people to start submitting stuff before shutting it down? Do you think it will go anywhere?
-- Planeswalker, fingerphoto.blogspot.com
You're not paying for this blog, so why shut it down? It's a great idea!
Blogs don't become popular over night, it takes time. One way to get noticed right away is to create a video to promote it of people giving the finger to former employers (minus the employers name or logo so you wont get sued for Copyright infringement) while stating how they feel in few words as possible like "You suck!", "You can shove those $6", "Flip your own damn burgers!", "FUCK YOU!!!", ending it with "Give your former employer the finger!" " and a link to your blog, then post it on YouTube!
No! I wasn't voicing personal resentment above of a former employer!
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