That the only thing that really matters in life are your relationships to other people.
Bloopers came into prominence in 1931, when radio announcer Harry Von Zell mispronounced the name of then-President of the United States Herbert Hoover as “Hoobert Heever” on the air, but Schafer’s is believed to be the first attempt at collecting and presenting them.
Other similar famous finds of Schafer’s include ABC correspondent Joel Daly intoning, “The rumor that the President would veto the bill is reported to have come from a high White Horse souse,” and veteran radio host Paul Harvey breaking into uncontrollable laughter at a story about a pet poodle.
There is something about the personal blog, yourname.com, where you control everything and get to do whatever the hell pleases you. There is something about linking to one of those blogs and then saying something. It’s like having a conversation in public with each other. This is how blogging was in the early days. And this is how blogging is today, if you want it to be.