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Thursday, October 13, 2005

seriousness

People who take their blogs too seriously are knobs. We do it for entertainment. Once it isn't fun anymore, we're gonna shut this thingy down.

Luckily, it's still providing us with ample entertainment.

9 comments:

Jim said...

Word.

Herbinator said...

Some blogs just get seriousnesser and seriousnesser.

Aaron said...

People who take their blogs too seriously are knobs.

You might want to qualify that a bit, because I think I know who you may or may not be talking about. But kinda don't because it's non-specific.

Personally, I don't take blogging seriously unless people get mean spirited. Then it gets nasty.

daveberta said...

yeah, perhaps we should have qualified it, but we didn't. :-P

We agree. The nastiness isn't fun.

daveberta said...

yeah, perhaps we should have qualified it, but we didn't. :-P

We agree. The nastiness isn't fun.

Socialist Swine said...

I actually find that one of the funniest aspects of blogging is the nastiness. I actually get a pretty good laugh at the people who get seriously upset at things that I post. That said, I agree that blogging really should be fun rather than serious but I do think there is a place for serious blogging, it's just not what I'm particularly interested in.

-Socialist Swine

Zorpheous said...

What would Lord Bimp and do without a bit of nasty'o'ness. Shit, we'd have nothing to blog about, except for my bad spelling, ;-)

daveberta said...

It's definately entertaining, but it goes overboard too fast sometimes. Lord Bump is the perfect example of what a blog trashing other blogs should strive to be. It wouldn't be the wingnuterer otherwise. :-P

Nastyboy said...

My dad once told me, "never take yourself too seriously. The minute you think that you know it all is the same moment you should realize you're full of shit."

And I'm with daveberta, the second this blogging thing stops being entertaining I'll stop.