Yes yes yes yes I’ve changed the name of this blog once again but I think this name may stick although I’ve said that before but the reasons I like “Pittsburgh Adult” are several and they are the name recognizes Pittsburgh as the locale of this blog and the word “Adult” is defined as mature and grown up and of or for adults and especially sexually explicit in my thick The Oxford American Desk Dictionary which was published in 1998 and that I keep on the bottom shelve of the two shelves that are attached to the desk that I put together as my workstation desk way back around 2003 that I’m really proud of putting together when I got my first desktop and when I first began blogging but now I have my first laptop and I really love it so I do like “Pittsburgh Adult” for my blog and you and I will see if the new name of the blog sticks.
It has a lot going for it…
Hello hello hello, all you rock ‘n’ rollers and welcome to my blog! This is your Baby Boomer Papa reporting for duty on a sunny day in Pittsburgh that will get up to 45 and you know you can’t beat that with a stick in this city in the middle of January and even though I did not get the expected $50.00 check from Mr Skin/Naked News soon enough to attend karaoke this Sunday night at Sonny’s Tavern I’m still in good spirits because I’m still holding on to a few page views over 1,000 every day this month so far and because I’ll definitely get the check next week so that I’ll be able to hang out in Little Italy next week and I got some unexpected fun money from my older sister yesterday who is much better off financially than I am and she is now the matriarch of the family and she feels generous towards me her wayward younger brother which means there is beer in the refrigerator and I did hang out at Armand’s Bar in Little Italy yesterday and after I publish this post I’ll stroll into Little Italy to do some food shopping at the supermarket and then pick up a 40-ounce bottle of beer at Armand’s on my way back to my apartment building to have the 40-ounce bottle of beer to back up the beer I still have in the refrigerator as I take up my favorite position flat on my back on the sofa with two pillows under my weary head to listen to classical music low on the radio from the local 24/7 public radio station as I sip my beer and continue to absorb On The Road by Jack Kerouac and you can blame this stream of consciousness post on him…
Hail to Pitt!
“It’s possible, in a poem or short story, to write about commonplace things and objects using commonplace but precise language, and to endow those things—a chair, a window curtain, a fork, a stone, a woman’s earring—with immense, even startling power.”–Raymond Carver
“I guess as a blogger I’m still trying to find my voice, my online persona. That’s probably why I keep changing the name of my blog.”–Guy Hogan