Friday, May 04, 2007

Why do I always get the Crazy ones?

Comments are the measuring stick by which most successful blogs are judged as such. Well, that and daily traffic. As owner & proprietor of this fine site I must profess that I have mixed feelings about our little unknown, oft-unvisited corner of the Internet.

On the one-hand it makes me frustrated beyond words that where there was once a plan and effort in place to slowly build traffic and readership that has seen time become private enemy #1 over the last year and a half and left our offerings unread in numbers that rival our first couple months of existence. On the other hand, simply because I have no time to devote to the blog, I also have no time to care.

Of late though I'd noticed a small flurry of activity. Visits up slightly and the occasional comment(s). Turning a corner? Wishful thinking I know but I have allowed the thought to stick around for more than a few minutes at a time.

So this morning when I noticed that we'd had a visitor leave comment about this post on Iraq arguments, I was intrigued. Perhaps a discussion in the making?

Or maybe not.

Our visitor, signing with an obvious alias essentially linked his own blog-post as comment to mine. Well, okay. I'm game...maybe it'll be interesting.

Or maybe I'd rather stick a hot poker in my eye. First off, we get a hot-link to pretty much every scholarly, lay and everything-in-between analysis of the PNAC which of course transitions seamlessly into a discussion of what W knew and how the Neo-conservative uber-menchen installed him as President and quickly facilitated the false-flag op known as 9/11.

The further you read the more your head hurts and I was not spared the same. Our good friend is a loon.

There is no other word for it. The combination of conspiracy theory and new-agey spiritualism stupefies.

Sadly, at the end of the day he's just another one of these guys.


Simian Logician said...

I prefer the follow up comment. Could you please alert the Dept of Homeland Security?

Paul Hogue said...

Where exactly is the "delete" button anyway...

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