A series of anecdotes with or without any connection to the running of a restaurant.

Wednesday, October 26, 2005

My blog is priceless!


How much is your blog worth?

It is only worth the comments I get from my Friendlinks on the side.
I never really thought about its worth until I checked out the link DcVer has on his blog.
I found out that Screamers is worth Zilch, Zero, Nada, Rien, Buggerall!






Does it bother me? Well, not at all because I don't know what I would do with the money.

What would upset me most is if those Webosphere pals I have made since August don't call to say hello! That would definitely would bankrupt my morale!

The picture is of a small beach in Algeria where I spent most of my summers as a kid!

13 Comments:

Blogger DCveR said...

Guess you're morale is in no danger... ;)

26/10/05 8:01 PM  
Blogger cream said...

DC, I started worrying!
You are the first one to place a comment!
My morale is definitely uplifted!
Thanks!

26/10/05 8:07 PM  
Blogger Viking054 said...

Hey, don't worry about what Technorati says. There's a big difference between price and value...

26/10/05 11:18 PM  
Blogger Ale said...

yeah, thanks for that picture- i would like to inflict a small pain on you-- a small one--- but painful! :) i'm jelous

anyway- you started recently, give yourself a few months more the price will go up--

27/10/05 5:33 AM  
Blogger cream said...

Ale, I did feel a twinge at around 5.33am! Must have been your jealous streak!
Algeria in one of the Mediterranean's great unknown thanks to blinkered politicians!

27/10/05 9:22 AM  
Blogger cream said...

Viking, you always have the right word for everything...
DcVer's wisdom must be rubbing off on all of us!

27/10/05 1:06 PM  
Blogger Guyana-Gyal said...

Remember, England is 5 hours ahead, so when you're wondering where we are, we're fast asleep, Cream.

I'd be here far more often, but this is a hard month.

I haven't checked out the value of my blog as yet, and my darn curiosity just can't sit still...

I think your blog is delicious! Food, more food, great conversations...

Algeria looks beautiful. Politicians can really make or break a place, eh?

27/10/05 5:35 PM  
Blogger cream said...

GG, it has always been politicians and corruption that has put Algeria back in time.
A rich and beautiful country!
The French cried when they were kicked out in 1962!

2nd largest country in Africa with immense gas and oil reserves, a fantastic panorama to dream of (Sahara, Atlas mountains and the Med) and a band of thieves and liers for leaders.
The country's brains (I'm not one of them) are scattered around the world and its youths go giving it a bad name all over Europe.

What can you do?

27/10/05 7:36 PM  
Blogger Guyana-Gyal said...

I know of someone who's left Algeria recently because he doesn't want his son recruited in the army. He said that the young boys get kidnapped and killed. That's so sad.

I know how you feel about a beautiful place, with so much potential, going to waste.

I have no idea what the solutions should be. But still I hope.

I am fascinated by Algerian music. I've heard it on and off. There's also one singer who did a song with Sting...what's his name?

28/10/05 7:48 PM  
Blogger cream said...

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28/10/05 8:17 PM  
Blogger cream said...

GG, yes it is sad. The Algerian civil which raged between 1991 and 1997 claimed according to some sources about 200,000 lives...
And it is still ongoing not on the same scale as in Irak but there are killings just about everyday...
Young conscripts, farmers, peasants, etc...

Cheb Mami is the singer who did "Desert Rose" with Sting. I was so proud!
I play some of his songs at the restaurants....

28/10/05 8:19 PM  
Blogger Guyana-Gyal said...

What will it take to stop the killing, Cream? How is Papa?

I will go and meet the young Algerian one day, he lives in Guyana! He's related to someone I know!

My cousin drrroools about Cheb Mami music. I must ask her to play some of his songs for me.

How do the customers respond to his music?

29/10/05 1:02 PM  
Blogger Julie Oakley said...

My blog is worth zilch as well - which I expected, but have you looked at the value of Vitriolica's site? wow.

My son who blogs far less than I do is delighted to discover that his blog is worth $1200 - he just wants to find out how he can give up blogging and get the money!

30/10/05 6:47 PM  

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