Seven Deadly Blogs or The Peeping Tom Sees All
I have absolutely no idea what that means, but it looks good, like an old melodrama title for some community theatre play. You know, the kind that a local talent writes that is so full of everything they’ve ever wanted to say. They do that, I think, because in their heart of hearts, they truly believe that this is the last time anyone will ever see their work, ever pay attention to what they think is really important. Those eighty-seven people from the same town, eighty of them friends or family and the other seven so old they won’t remember anything about it the following day anyway.
So, what are the seven things bloggers blog about? What seven descriptive words will cover every blog ever written?
Well, look, here they are now:
Observation, Confession, Expression, Protestation, Exultation, Depression or Cracking Jokes.
I think these are the main reasons people blog.
But this is like saying that there are only seven story lines and that when we fiction writers create a new piece of work we are just copying one of those.
Nuance is the human part of artistic creation, and we need to be at sea level to see that level.
The truth is, the reality is that if you look at any group from a high enough elevation, everything looks the same.
Which breeds bigotry, prejudice and separation.
So I started this blog hoping to categorize all blogs and maybe pick an avenue for myself, focus my own blog.
But it broke up early, so this is what you got.
Sorry about that.
Posted by Casey Freeland at 23:14