I hate to admit it but in one of Werth’s interviews he referred to blogs as being mindless. That irks me . So, I pose this question to any blogger out there who cares to answer it. Do you consider your blog to be mindless and what is your true reason to write one?
I’ll give you my reason for writing one. First, though, I don’t consider my blog to be “mindless”. In fact, it’s just the opposite. I put a lot of thought into mine. I usually let the words flow at first and then I edit it. It’s the way that I write every piece that I write. I’ve been a “forever poet” so that’s my specialty. There’s not much of a audience for that though.. With everything that I write, I do so creatively and from the heart. All my thoughts and feelings that are swirling around in this expansive mind of mine is put into words and set free. So, no, Mr. Werth, my blog is not mindless.
It’s frustrating at times to be a fan. You don’t get to have any say in what goes on within the organization and players. We are just a silent witness. Our voices can not be heard.yet we have much to say. That’s why I write a blog. It releases those thoughts, feelings and opinions out to the collective blogsphere and we are heard from anyone curious and intelligent enough to read what we have to say.
I’d offer an invitation to Mr. Werth to read my blog but the chances of him doing so are zeroas is my chances of ever meeting him in person. He’s untouchable. That’s unfortunate because I have a lot of good things to say about him and the Phils. We bloggers are all not negative and dervisive.We have a mind and a voice that we like to share with the rest of world.