July 26, 2008, 2:58 pm

Paging Richard Simmons!

Okay, I will admit it.

I love Richard Simmons.

I get a kick out of him.

His aerobic videos are great. Back in the old Deal-a-Meal days I lost 25 pounds in 20 weeks.

I’m not even dieting and I belong to his website

I wish he had a “Blogging to the Oldies”.

Because the truth of the matter is that Emergiblog got FAT!


On some modems it was taking 2.5 minutes to load the site.

Heck, that’s about how long it took to load websites back in the days of 2400 baud, circa 1994.



So…Shane is doing some behind the scenes work to give Emergiblog a waistline again.

One of those things was to move my rather extensive BlogRoll to its own page.

You can see it at the top, on the button bar.

It’s still in progress, so while it seems like entire sections were cut, they are just waiting in queue to be moved over.

I loves me my BlogRoll and I think it looks great on it’s own page.


Many thanks to Shane (as usual) for being the brains behind the blog helping me get Emergiblog back to a size 10.

Now if I can just get Richard to help me do the same…


  • Mother Jones, RN

    July 28, 2008 at 5:17 am

    Clean website, and well organized.

    Sweet! I’m jealous.


  • Health Nut Guru

    July 30, 2008 at 7:56 am

    Great post! haha.

    Richard Simmons is by far one of the strangest people I have ever seen! How can one person have that much enthusiasm.

    They should bottle up his energy and sell it as a medicine!

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