To the kind folks who click to RollingDoughnut.com from Google, I say thank you. I don’t know what year the Nabisco rainbow chip cookies came out. I don’t know JC Chasez’s address. I don’t know if Clay Aiken is respected by other celebrities. I don’t even know how to compare NFL quarterbacks using linear regression.
Yet, I do have answers for a few of your questions. I know that England is better than America. I know how to grade on a curve, despite not proving it with an entry on RollingDoughnut.com. (Ignoring the huge demand, I will not be write to explain how it’s done.) I even know what a Hokie is, which will surprise no one.
Most surprisingly, I’ve learned from you crazy people. Thanks to you, I now know that Kurt Nilsen is playing one date in the United States. He’ll be at The Birchmere on December 2nd. Danielle and I will be there. I suggest everyone do the same.
For entertaining and informing me, I thank all of you who use Google. But before you get too proud of yourselves, I love that people like you who I’ve never thought about can stumble upon my site and find that I’ve unknowningly mocked everything you hold sacred. God bless Google.