Funeratic members document their lives in these personal blogs.

Web Junkie

Steve West scours the Web searching for interest or absurdity and then shakes his head ruefully when he finds it. Go »

Logical Operator

The creator of Funeratic, Scott Hardie, blogs about running this site, losing weight, and other passions including his wife Kelly, his friends, movies, gaming, and Florida. Go »

Galactic Domination

Chronicling all that is Lori Lancaster. Go »

MiracleASSassin

Aaron Shurtleff uses this area as a dumping ground for his random thoughts... Go »

Coaching Tips

Bowling Coach, Chris Lemler Go »

On a Rant

Another desperate attempt of Erik Bates to create a blog that nobody will read. Expect illogical arguments with no basis in fact, and plenty of contradicting statements. Go »

vagabond-punk

The musings of Tony Peters, a perpetual child, no matter where I am I will find a way to climb something or go skateboarding Go »

Prayer for the Paranoid

Denise Sawicki posts whatever she feels able to post without serious consequences Go »

Channel J

Jackie Mason blogs about things that wander into her head and out her fingers. Go »

Haiku Review

Ryan Dunn chews the cud in 5, 7, and 5. Go »

Meaningless Drivel

Dave Stoppenhagen bitching about issues Go »

Nocturnal e-Musings

Amy Austin counts down the days until... something... Go »

Eight Days A Week.

Portrait Of The Artist (Eric C. Martin) As A Man Go »

Return of the KellyMonster

Where Kelly Lee cross posts from her other blogs cause she feels the need to have everyone read her blog. Go »

ResHOlutions

Scott Horowitz discusses life, the universe, and everything. In short, this is about the number 42. Go »

Shameless Self Promotion

A blog by Steve Dunn, dedicated to increasing my TC userrank. Go »

AdriRant

Adrianne Rodgers complains about life and all its little nuisances. Go »

Berserk Wig

Legend has it that Kris Weberg's head is filled with delicious candy, which is why he avoids blindfolded children carrying sticks. Fortunately for you, he's decided to empty the leftovers here at his blog for your amusement and bemusement. Go »