- Category: Cake Recipes
- Published on Friday, 30 December 2011 19:07
- Written by Lara Landis
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2011 will end at midnight tomorrow night. The year has been interesting. It is also a year some people would prefer not to repeat. There have been a few large Asexual News stories for the year, but they have received little attention outside of the Asexual community.
It is a tradition, one that is sparked by increased page views on websites and increased ratings on radio and television to make predictions for the new year. The following predictions may or may not come true. Rene Harrison is the closest thing Asexual News has to an actual astrologer on the staff (Ed note: An astrologer is not necessarily the same thing as a psychic), but it will at least fulfill the site's content needs.
Asexual Predictions for 2012:
- Research into how Doctor Who is popular with a certain segment of Asexuals will continue. The research will yield absolutely no result. It does not matter how much money is spent on the problem.
- Thousands of people will create Tumblr blogs to communicate with others. A secret language will be developed that requires the use of cupcakes.
- Asexual Awareness Week will become better organized in the upcoming year and see more community involvement.
- New sites will be created to serve the needs of the Asexual community. Some will be focused on exclusively Asexual issues.
- The debate over Asexual inclusion in the LGBT communities will continue.
- World Pride will take place. Some of the Asexual events are being organized on AVEN.
- This site will continue to be run by someone doing a worse job than a trained chimpanzee, but it will become profitable, although only slightly profitable, by the end of the year.
As a friendly reminder, people who comment on a site are subject to slander and libel laws. The owner of a site is not responsible for comment content.
I'm assuming the first comment is from someone I know who understood that self-deprecating humor was intended.
I want to say that a self-deprecating joke isn't humourous when the content of the joke is actually true.
The situation, however, is ironically humourous, i.e. it's hilarious that you think that had any passing resemblance to a joke, when it's not funny at all in and of itself."
1) people can edit any comment they want
2) people can see other people's emails while they are doing so and I like my privacy.
I think this needs to be checked out.