Former pickle factory worker, postal clerk and poet Charles Bukowski once remarked:
”The problem with the world is that the intelligent people are full of doubts while the stupid ones are full of confidence.”
I think it takes some confidence to start a blog, put your real name on your opinions, allow others to share their thoughts on your ramblings and do it year after year for no money. Perhaps this makes me stupid.
For what it’s worth, this stupidity of mine comes with a heaping dose of doubts. I’ll leave it up to you to decide if these doubts are a redeeming feature or something which makes a bad situation even worse.
It always bothers me when a TV show is not true to its characters or consistent to their stories. You can’t tell us in episode 11 that the protagonist is an only child and then in episode 15 introduce his sister. Of course you can do this, but you lose my ability to invest in your show. My opinion is that the blogger equivalent of this is people who write with...