Someone complained the other day about me linking one of my blog posts to a Facebook page related to Miniature horses and Shetland ponies.
The blog post was about a friend who is a quadriplegic and participated in her first horse show since her life-altering accident about 30 years ago.
The complainer accused me of a few things, including being a self-promoter.
I have no defense for that charge. I am a self-promoter.
Don’t forget: My new digital radio show, “The BS Show,” starts July 13 on the Tom Barnard Network at 1 p.m.
Anyway, this particular time I was promoting a wonderful woman and her wonderful horse and the wonderful thing she did.
I also was accused of getting paid for each click of my blog.
That really upset me.
If there is such a thing — getting paid for each click of my blog — why don’t I know about?
How could I have been doing a blog for months and months and not know I could get paid for each click of the blog?
Am I an idiot?
I would prefer some of you not answer that last question.
The truth is, there is no way to get paid for each click of my blog.
If there was, I’d be taking advantage of it.
And I’d be spending every waking moment clicking on my blog from multiple computers and watching the money pour in.
If you hear of anyone who starts offering money for such a thing, please, please, please let me know.
Now if you’ll excuse me, I need to go do some self-promotion.