I used to refer to the blog that many of us came from as TBTSNBN (The Blog That Shall Not Be Named). Today we are naming them. Some of us still post over at that place, though I would say our visits there are less than in the past. I am betting that it would not be difficult to identify who from here posts over there. (It does amuse me how often those people miss on our dear Lilac).
The conservative posters at the WE Blog are pretty interesting folk. One could not convince some of them that fire is hot, even after you set their pants on fire. They’d respond, “that’s NOT my underwear going up in smoke and my pubic hair emitting cracking sounds, No!, by God!, that is some liberal lie!”
This blog is mostly unmoderated. They have ‘bots that identify profanity, but these are not hard to work around. It is the “Old West” in terms of lawless anonymous blogging. An environment that attracts the most “honorable” of characters.
Conversing with people with whom one has no shared reference of reality can be fun for a little while. For me, it grows old very fast.
Here’s the address:
“Abandon Hope All Ye Who Enter There” – apologies to Dante’
I think I have been reasonably fair and accurate about the “Blogging in Hell” experience, but I’d love to hear comments from veterans of that campaign (and any incredulous others). I anticipate fnord will remind me that I have met many people whom I’ve liked from that encounter – which is true. “Sometimes there are some roses amongst the thorns” (copyright – iggydonnelley).