I just got home, at this time in the morning. Still reeling from the epic break up I went threw back in 2010 and (very recently) the me getting told to leave the bar because I wasn’t working… after hours… with my ear to the floor, but I digress.
I saw, what I shouldn’t have seen. My competitor, leaving the e-bar. NO, NO, it happened! My eyes pulled away, he’s go nothing to say to me. I’ve got nothing to say to him, it’s pretty goddamn mutual. He knows.
I spent some time on the rail this morning, trying to get back home and not smell like a complete drunkard. I still do, but less than I smelled several hours ago. i think I’m doing well for how hot and humid it’s been outside. The A/C is on and the oscillating fan is drying me off, it’s blue outside, oh SHIT!
As someone who writes a lot, there have certainly been times when I’ve wondered if I’ve been thorough enough or if I’ve even broken new ground.
It’s a constant challenge I have to face, but it’s also not unique to me nor is it unique to a small group. Because whatever once small group took it upon themselves to be thorough in their commentary, has actually grown.
It’s also easy for me to come to this conclusion as a blogger by watching the amount of other bloggers who are constantly competing for traffic.
Over time it’s done nothing but saturate the perspective of various topics, usually with very little research behind it.
This wouldn’t be a relevant post to this topic if I did any serious research on this at all, right? I will say however that I read a few articles in the New York Times recently and they read like any other blog post out there. Same tone and everything.
Alright. I guess that’s all!