My Best Blog Posts of 2011

Of course, not all of my blog posts are amazing.  In fact, many are not.  But these are the ones that stood out for me over the course of 2011.  I’ll place them in three categories:  general interest, current events, and personal.  And though some cover serious topics, I wrote in my natural voice, which is alternating between wit and philosophy – and when I get lucky – combining them.

  1. General Interest:  I’d say the first set is timeless.  These are blog posts I’d submit to another blog, be it comedy/humor or politics or whatever.  I feel they’re worthy of syndication.
  2. Current Events:  The next grouping is more timely.  I came up with stuff on the fly and posted it for the world to see.  Hopefully, they demonstrated my interest in the zeitgeist and some ability to capture it.
  3. Personal:  The final cluster contains entries that help you get to know me.

General Interest

Current Events

 Personal

  • Rajiv Answers His Own Questions:  #1 – “What are your 3 or 4 favorite comedy flicks?  What’s the scariest movie you’ve seen?  What’s a movie you haven’t seen that you think everybody else has?”
  • Rajiv Answers His Own Questions: #2 – “What kind of music do you like?  Which artist or album speaks to you?  What’s your ‘ish’?”
  • Rajiv Answers His Own Questions:  #3 – “What could you give up most easily – books, TV, music, or movies?”
  • The Answers – I provided my own responses to the questions asked during Talking Funny, the Ricky Gervais special on HBO, featuring Jerry Seinfeld, Chris Rock, and Louis CK.
  • What 35 Feels Like – I was a bit taken aback by my own age… and that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
  • F*ck It List – I provided a litany of things I wasn’t going to do in 2011… and I delivered.

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