Here we have archetypes of male bloggers; L-R, the preppy, perfect TLM lover who basks in the adoration of his perfect family, followed by the pro-sports blogger who mocks Tim Tebow while secretly wishing he had the balls to show everyone his true feelings whether about God or anything else; next up is Terry in his unabomber wannabe days. It's a little known fact that Terry witnessed the weather underground but found them boring, childish, attention-seeking and ineffective, which inspired his tour of monasteries of the world, discovering that although he's somewhat of a loner and hermit, he really spells too well to write gibberish manifestos to post on the internet. Next up is a guy who's astonishingly ineffective at selling crazy or tinfoil hats. He hides behind the crazy label, thinking he's not crazy, and is being persecuted by medical staff while at the same time selling millions of dollars of products through a site nobody would associate with him. All they want to do is medicate him so he puts down the mouse, steps away from the keyboard and shuts the hell up. The final blogger is the one whose posts seem credible; he links to fairly decent source material, but then you find that he links to people who linked rather than the original source. Once you follow the source, you find the money and someone who's trying to take over the world. That's right. Pinky and the Brain. In the background there are two mysterious figures, one male, one who may be female. The male blogger reportedly has links to a Vatican insider while the female, if it is a female, has links to several religious sisters who currently complain about being under fire. But that's about the big, mean church being mean, not about their failure to follow church teaching or predilection for sharing misinformation with others.
LOL & what of the women bloggers? Err don't answer that one!
That's brilloiant, Nanny! I mean Fran.
They're more like this
I think that's write. Get it?
I love that movie. "I must be crazy to be in a loony bin like this."
"Of all the gin joints in all the towns in all the world, he walks into mine."Play it again Larry.
You nailed my blog!
And described my own.
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