This comment is intentionally right bank.
There is way more than one return at the end of this post. It's really disorienting.
Who's your Dada?
The rest of this post was left blank. It may have been intentional, but with sailors you can't really tell. But with cats, whatever happens is really on purpose, even if it doesn't appear that way. By now however, this post is less blank than many posts that were not intentionally left otherwise blank. However, the intentionality of the non-blankness is not immediately apparent.
Which reminds me that I need to ask Dumbledore to bring the black powder blanks for this weekend.
That makes me feel much safer alone in my LAser. Thanks.
What happened to leaving one and only one line at the end of a post???? The foundations are shaking....
-----------------------------------Please think of the environment before printing this post or comments.
Damn. This makes an odd number of posts in the month which means I will have to write the first post of October on the left hand page in the manual.
This post is proof that even I could have my own blog
I figured out the perfect solution for the paper version of this conundrum. The line should be changed to read,"The other side of this page has been left intentionally blank".
How do I write on the "other side" of a blog post?
What Joe said
Write on the other side? Why bother? Glenn Beck is using up all the words over there anyway. And his juxtaposition is crazy.
I think I've discovered the secret to generating comments on a blog. Number of comments is inversely proportional to number of words in original post. How far can I push this?
If a post has a sentence that is left justified, how can the left be blank?It should say, "this post was intentionally right blank".
Cold Mountain is a houseWithout beams or walls.The six doors left and right are openThe hall is blue sky.The rooms all vacant and vagueThe east wall beats on the west wallAt the center nothing.
i don't care what the disclaimer text says . . . it's about fog. it's a wonderful shot of fog and befoggedness, real or perceived.