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Why I don't like to blog about important stuff

Posted by Tekulo in the Green , May 15 2013 · 55 views

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Me:  I have an opinion!  8D
 
Internet:  DIE
 
Me:  D=
 
 
That pretty much sums up my experience (in general, not just BZP).

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That's pretty spot-on.

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Wow...  You've summed up a lot of the internet quite well.

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Fairy Knight
May 15 2013 12:15 PM

That sums it up pretty much. :/

In case this helps: *hug*

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EmpressYumiwa
May 15 2013 03:32 PM

DIE

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Own Personal Quixote
May 15 2013 03:55 PM

Even if the internet didn't say 'DIE', it's inadvisable to talk about much seriously with it. It's not partly conducive to comprehension of reason.

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:kaukau: LIVE!

 

It's funny, because I finally blogged about something serious for the first time in a while and I come across this.

 

Although I think this is the reason why I haven't blogged anything serious in a while.  It's pretty daunting, knowing that whenever you put an idea out there when you know it's going to be scrutinized.  It's especially difficult for me, because I don't like just saying standard words of wisdom that everyone knows, but new thoughts that lie outside of convention.  I like to innovate, go new places, and try new things (except when it comes to food).  If anything, I like to at least think about these stuff and share my thoughts on the matter, but at the same time, because they defy the norm and they aren't accepted ideas, they will of course be met with resistance and incredulity.  Yet, if it's something that everyone agrees on, something that has already commonly been accepted what was the point in saying it, anyway?  Isn't that just pointless repetition?

 

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Tekulo in the Green
May 15 2013 10:24 PM

Wow, another one of my short-yet-silly blog posts got attention.

 

Thanks for the empathy guys, and hugs all around!  Though, to be honest this wasn't about anything recent that's happened (it was just a generalization of general things generally being general -aka the new show GGTGBG hosted by General General the General-).

 

As for you, Kraggh, you must be more open about the food you eat.  Avoiding anything too strange is understandable, but in my opinion there's a ton of good food out there, so eat up. 

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Fairy Knight
May 16 2013 12:33 AM

Weeeeeeeeeeeell, it's often much easier to relate to general topics than fairly specific ones.

 

Or, you could also say that philosophical entries and stuff usually 'just' get commented on when they're quite (or extremely) polarizing and/or controversial. Or someone feels offended. :/

 

(and hey, I always read all of your blog. =P)

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Tekulo in the Green
May 16 2013 06:49 AM

Haha, true true.

 

(And really?  Aww, thanks!  ^^)

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