The Family (Or most of them)

The Family (Or most of them)
The Family

April 27, 2010

I have had it with blogging. This was a way of connecting with people, but it has become out of vogue, what with Farce Book, which is fun but it takes seconds and lacks depth and is surface stuff.

But it's quick and down and dirty.

No offence to others, but farce book gets us to think less, be briefer and get to the point. Except that we are a secies that thinks, emotes and considers -- exactly what Farce Book DOESN'T want us to do.

It doesn't want us to do what makes us human -- think.

And for that, I lament its passing into the mindf--- that is Farce Book.


  1. I think there's always going to be a niche for blogging. I like reading about other people's thoughts and their ideas. There's an originality and creativity in blogging that Facebook (with all its gadgets and games and other flashy ways to promote interest) doesn't have.

  2. You look good in pink. ;)

    Also, I agree with eroswings.

  3. Eroswings: But the numbers! All the Facebook fanatics are former Blogger buddies!

    Anna: Not nearly as good as you, I'm guessing! Nice to see you!


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