I’ve read a lot of blogs in my time.
Mainly, they just irritate me.
Why? Because those people rarely know what they are talking about. And should they talk about a subject they are expert on i.e. themselves, the chances are that no one cares.
I post in bursts because I refuse to put out something inferior. I have an extensive formal education, I can’t count my qualifications even on both hands (except if I use each hand twice) and I study extensively in my spare time subjects I am not formally qualified for. This gives me a more complete knowledge as I can draw conclusions others cannot see. As such, I also must remain anonymous to preserve my increasing RL status without compromising blog integrity.
Knowledge is power, and commonly a cheaply bought power at that. Only a fool wouldn’t utilize such opportunity for idea exchange. I drag in lots of perspectives.
However, I acknowledge academia is not the only field for learning. Life experience, something I have in copious amounts for a variety of (sometimes unbelievable) scenarios, also informs what I write.
Why the hell should you believe me? I could be anyone? I say: Isn’t that better? To let the ideas and prose speak for themselves without a faux appeal to authority? You could sit next to me on a train and never know. I could be your teacher, your shrink, your best friend, your sister. I could be on TV, explaining one reason for the anonymity. I could be author to that newspaper article you just read. Does it change the content of the message or its objective truth? Fuck no.
I could be anybody or nobody to you, the ideas are paramount.
To begin with, I have chosen to blog here and see how the die land. At least the ride should be entertaining.
P.S. Feel free to steal from my epic GIF collection.
And please use any and all Adblockers, anti-trackers, proxies, private networks possible.
If you’re an SJW or other far-left twit who is immediately enraged and filled with hate at my very life, read this and know that from the bottom of my heart, I do not care about you either.
It’s a thought experiment. Do you think memes are serious too?