Have you heard about this Internet thing?
Today I attacked a Level 6 Noble Vampire, assassinated a world leader, and discussed the benefits of yoga with one of the world’s premier Porn Starlets. And I never even had to leave my house.
Snuffing vamps and chatting up porn stars may be fun but I also read through a blog, a very official looking blog, explaining how Jews and the Illuminatti were responsible for the 9/11 attacks on New York City and the Pentagon. Similar sites also proclaim that members of the Tribes of Israel secretly rule the whole world AND are not really fully human like the rest of us. Pick one and run with it, Adolf; they can’t be both.
But they can be on the Internet. “Letters to the Editor” were once vetted and considered for editoral value (not to mention spelling, grammar, punctuation, and signs of intelligent life). Now any fucktard with a computer and Internet access is an expert. Case in point: moi.
I’d like to think that my user-generated, Internet content is at a level above most of the riff raff but, with that being said, I don’t have an editor, a publisher, or advertisers who can pull my financing. I do have to abide by guidelines set out by the free web services I use, some of which are contrary to the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and the U.S. Bill of Rights. But your house, your party.
I guess the point of this little diatribe (which, if you’re a longtime fan/reader/stalker/assassin, might seem familiar as it pops up on my blogs about twice a year) is that the world’s greatest information tool is still used primarily to sell crap, spread hatred, and get frat boys horny.
As you read this, just remember that if you don’t know that I’m lying to you, you don’t that I am lying to you. That is something you’ll want to take care of.
This entry was posted on August 20, 2009 by Baron S. Cameron. It was filed under Straight from The Bear's loud mouth (insane ramblings disguised as social commentary) and was tagged with Baron S. Cameron, British Columbia, Canada, contrarian, loud mouth, loudmouth bear, vancouver, writing.