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Pick Your Topic Tuesday

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As Moe at Whatever Works would say, “I’m feeling unbloggy.” It could be bloggers block, or it could be the fact that I have World Civilizations homework coming out the wazoo this week.

Whatever the problem is, it gave me an idea that’s either going to be a lot of fun, or totally come back to bite me in the ass.

Here’s my idea: Pick Your Topic Tuesday. Every Tuesday morning, I will open up the floor to suggestions for a topic that you would like me to talk about. Submit your suggestion in the comments section after my Tuesday morning prompt post. I pick one of the topics submitted, and deliver a minimum 200 word post no later than Friday, with all the Tin Foil trimmings.

Here’s the criteria: no topic is taboo, however there are no guarantees how I treat the topic. I will research and form my own opinion, and write about it in my own special way 😉 Please be as specific as you can with the topic, if you submit something broad like “religion” for example, I just may go down a rabbit hole that you would not expect.

I will announce the winning topic no later than Wednesday night. The person who suggests the winning topic for the week will get full credit in the post featuring the topic . If you’re a blogger, I will make sure I include your blog site info. Plus the winner will receive total consciousness, so there is that.

Like I said earlier, this could be fun, or it could bite me in the ass. It could be wildly successful, or it could end in complete reader apathy.

So let’s start today, shall we? Suggest a topic, and let’s see where it takes us 🙂

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  1. carvingoutavoice
    May 24, 2011 at 4:16 pm

    This is a great idea, Hat! I’d love to see more on how the over-consumption of meat in the U.S. affects our environment.


  2. May 24, 2011 at 9:11 pm

    English Language Learners and how their various experiences in public school systems (I’m thinking of the vast state-by-state and district-by-district differences in curriculum/testing requirements and support services) affect student success (yep, I picked that last word on purpose).


  3. May 25, 2011 at 8:14 am

    Baseball in Kazakhstan
    Desserts made with rhutabaga
    Supersonic kangaroos


  1. May 25, 2011 at 8:11 pm
  2. August 3, 2011 at 7:07 pm

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