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Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Go! Smell the Irish Coffee!

Have you ever had one of those times where blogging seems pointless when no one comments on your blog and you become weary.  Well, for the last several months, this was happening at a once thriving community of lots of comments and threads at Go! Smell the Coffee website.

Now, it is starting to become a similar site again especially with the addition of a new contributor, Irish Coffee, at Go! Smell the Coffee!  He brings that Irish edge with him along with a unique background.  I am definitely feeling hopeful and not so alone.  I'm glad that I stuck it out.  But, back to Irish Coffee...

Irish Coffee is a 26 year old male from Ireland. Currently writing up four years of research in Systematic Theology, while considering launching a career in life coaching. Huh, come to the website to find out more about him.
At Go! Smell the Coffee, you will also find a new thriving community of writers from, at least, five different countries with various cultures, beliefs, morals, etc.  You will also read about current events in other countries and a variety of articles regarding anything and everything from current events, fun, humour, humor, social awareness, health issues, politics...you name it anything can happen. 

Comments are unedited, so come read and share your thoughts.  Look around at the posts and you will get a feel about the site.  So, please come visit the new and improved Go! Smell the Coffee!! 

(Oh, I am a contributor to this site under the name ClinicallyClueless or Clueless or CC).  See you there!!...now, I'm off for my morning cup of black coffee...no Irish added until evening!  See you at Go! Smell the Coffee!!  (Coffee optional...we do have some tea toddlers)


J said...

YES I DO!!!!!! lol in fact i just wrote a small blog entry about that... so i will go check out the site now!

BTW, how have you been CC? hope all is well. sorry for beinf away from the blogging for a while. take care!

J said...

not sure if my last comment was sent so I was saying that I was just swinging by to say hi! hope all is well, take care!

Dr. Deb said...

I'll check it out....

Unknown said...

I didn't realize that so much was going on there. For I just assumed that it was another typical coffee site because of its name, and I have not had any interest in checking it out because of that. Thank you for setting me straight.

irishcoffee said...

Thanks for the intro CC! and great post. Go the Coffee! :D loads of cool posts there, recent and in the archives. Join in the discussion folks! Look forward to seeing you there :)

Clueless said...

Good to see you again J. I missed ya'. However, I understand. I've been having a tough time lately which I am going to write about next week. Hope all is well with you. Thank you.

Thanks you Dr. Deb...I hope you like it.

FishHawk, I hope that you like it. I find it very interesting, informative and fun.

Thanks for stopping by Irish Coffe and glad that you like the post.

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