This post comes to you from the River John library. There is only one RJ library, unlike in Halifax, where there are many. I like this library very much. It is my first time here this year, and that's a regret I will carry with me to my grave.
This post began in October of 2007 (how many of you have read all of them besides me?) because I wanted to start a blog that didn't have a lot of typographical errors in it. It remains a blog with few typos in it, nearly 4 years later. There are some, and you can have some fun finding them.
At first, I wasn't sure where I was going with this blog. Some would say that I still haven't found my way with it. But I am at least pretty sure what it is not.
Bevboy's Blog is not a political blog. There are plenty of blogs out there produced by people who don't know a thing about politics, expressing opinions about things they know nothing about. Why should I add to that?
Bevboy's Blog is not an entertainment blog. I hope that it is entertaining by times, or at least that it isn't boring, or if boring, I hope that it isn't consistently so. No Amy Winehouse or Lindsay Lohan jokes here, or dumb Hollywood gossip.
Bevboy's Blog is not a negative blog. Time was, I would comment about some of the things in radio that I didn't like. I have stopped doing that, and have even gone back and re-worded some things I thought crossed the line. However, the "Things In Halifax That Don't Make Sense" feature will continue.
Bevboy's Blog is not a blog about one thing. I write about whatever I want to, with a strong focus on radio. I interview people, mostly folks who are on the radio.
I have written this before. I am again, now. I never thought, for a moment, that Bevboy's Blog would last as long as it has. 1700 posts is a remarkable achievement for me, even if you don't care. I can tell you that, once I'm back from vacation, you can look forward to 2 more interviews, long ones, and that more interviews are in the works, even if they're not booked yet. I feel sanguine about the future of Bevboy's Blog, and if you care, if you want to, you're welcome to come along for the ride.
Thank you. I love you all.