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00h UTC; TUESDAY, 1 JANUARY 2013: As the songwriter reminds us, "Another year over, and a new one's just begun." Make no mistake about it, boys and girls.

And beyond any Reasonable Doubt, The Blog That Am! promises to do its part to contribute to whatever may be occuring throughout with its own unique sui generis of comment and opine coming from One of The People Our Parents Warned Us About, as if thinking we could unwittingly spread "schizophrenic germs" through Teh Innerwebz's influence and power not unlike what the late evangel Oral Roberts claimed about channelling God's Healing Energies through radio (and, later, television) broadcasting waves.

(As if thinking our thus transmitting schizophrenia would translate into far worse consequences than the Spanish Influenza Outbreak of 1918 as sent some 4 million to their deaths globally.)

No doubt inspiring the new marketing campaign for this very blog: "The Blog Our Parents Warned Us About from One of The People Our Parents Warned Us About." (As if there was actually such a thing enough to scare especially those whose mindset towards Teh Innerwebz reeks of superstition easily discredited, such as seems to be prevailing of late in China.)

After all, if ever there was a blog Certain Misguided and Superstitious Elements needed to fear most in this the New Year, it would have to be this one. Even where, despite Reasonable Efforts, it doesn't seem to generate the traffic as would be desired by and large notwithstanding temptation from the likes of such traffic exchange schemes as operate to much the same "cookie-cutter" template.

And besides, just how effective can "long-tail keywords" be as a way to unlock powerful traffic numbers?

Against such a backdrop and scenario, then, Your Correspondent would like to be the first to recommend of you that you consider subscribing to the RSS feed for this blog in one of many fresh and fascinating ways as will be shown you, for starters, by clicking the "Share/Save" button as follows these posts. Among them:
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