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{December 25, 2009}   Observations: about a few of the new blogging breed

I find it extremely annoying when bloggers

a) literally strip their entries off the previous issues of weekend magazines, and

b) boast of a “thriving” blog when they don’t know the basics such as the difference between its and it’s or your and you’re, and all the comments they get are from a handful of the people they interact with daily anyway.

Such “bloggers” could at least

a) proofread their entries before posting them, or update them with corrections soon, and, while at it, quit giving birth to senseless and useless new vocabulary when they themselves blog about how annoying it is for their own *insert suitable adjective such as sorry / hypocritical / wannabeeistic [ah, you see what i mean 😉 ]* selves to find people using senseless and useless vocabulary/grammar/spellings while communicating through different means.

b) talk about real (or even relatively real) issues (more often) and thus use their time a liTTle more constructively.

c) make the necessary changes in their own lives rather than just blogging about the few semi-real (if that) issues they do talk about before going back to their own hypocritical lifestyles.


malinink says:

And why in the name of blogs would you start a blog, attract a decent enough following, and start dissing people left right and center the minute they comment, even if their comments support you. This breed sure is one of those where they like to hear themselves talk and see themselves write and practice snappy bitchy strings of impressive vocabulary.
This breed sure aint hard to figure out 😀

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