kloutFirst, THANKS! Second, let me explain why I’m posting this.
I recently joined Klout.com. Klout is a service that purportedly measures one’s online “influence” level.  It is measured on a scale from zero to 100.

While super-dooper online personalities like Dennis Rodman have a score of 99 (I actually have no idea), I only have a score of 54.  That means I’m above the “average” of 40 and below a “higher” of 64.

The reason for this post, and your “like”, is to run a little experiment of how easy this number is to change.  And how quickly it will return to “normal” after a “lika-a-palooza” event (which I’m hoping to start now).

Of course, this could all turn out to be an exercise in futility if my Klout “score” actually falls. Then I would be forced to shut down all my social media accounts and go live in Arkansas.  (no offense to those who actually already live in Arkansas. It’s just a long way from Oregon.)

So, please, take part in this grand experiment with me, will you? Please? Ya’ll?