No, not Dim Sum. Dim Blog.
This was one of the hidden slams by Diesel at my blog and other blogs at Humor-Blogs.com when we try to click on one of those smilies and get instead a page that begins Server Error in ‘/’ Application. For more on the phenom and where I completely stole my idea for this blog post (since I can’t come up with anything original on my own ), see Lobo’s analysis of the global blogging crisis (well, at least to those of us on Humor-Blogs.com).
Those two words were hidden in line 20 and funny thing (or not so funny because it really ruined my entire day since my existence revolves around seeing how many clicks I get on Humor-Blogs.com  and in turn clicking on Lobo and other funny bloggers like him, of course) is when I tried to click on a post, I got a message on line 19, that said: “Dim Post.” It doesn’t matter which post, any of them, I get the same message. Hey, if you don’t like my posts, that’s one thing, but then to call me “dim” on top of that? I call that unfair.
Or maybe I can put it in words you understand, Diesel.
InvalidCastException: Conversion from type 'HBDim' to type 'Funny' is not valid.] Microsoft.VisualBasic.CompilerServices.Conversions.ToInteger(Object Value) +1174 Dim.Blog..ctor(Int32 BlogID, HttpRequest Request, HttpResponse response) +696 BlogProfile.Page_Load(Object sender, EventArgs e) in D:\INETPUB\291\BlogProfile.aspx.vb:20 System.Web.UI.Control.OnLoad(EventArgs e) +99 System.Web.UI.Control.LoadRecursive() +47 System.Web.UI.Page.ProcessRequestMain(Boolean includeStagesBeforeAsyncPoint, Boolean includeStagesAfterAsyncPoint Read: DIM BLOG) +143
 No, it’s true. See Exhibit A, Exhibit B and worse, Exhibit C (where I steal from my own wife and Shirley & Co.).
 No, sadly, that’s true too. That and napping with my cat. Ask my wife and my sister. Plus just figure in the time it actually took me to put together this post with all the links (and parenthetical remarks like this: dim post + dim blog = dim bulb).