6/03/2009

Trouble in paradise or The way to hell is paved w/good intentions

I know, I know! But what goes on in our blogosphere in terms of drama and disaster turns my real life trubs in to a comedy of sorts. AJ almost deletes his blog due to some misunderstandings, K reacts to it in his usual Shakespeare King-sort of dramatic way, stirring things even more. Recently Jake and M-boy broke up - result; a shattered mirror and 56 or so comments, only few understood Jake´s point of view, me among these few. I mean, ain´t we a community, that should stand together?! Instead we take party for whoever it might be, causing the other to feel even worser. Jake and M-boy are exepted, since I read them earlier today on "Jakes Home". As a little reminder, A,J, and Matt, When they split, of course everybody stepped in against Matt, almost none understood or even tried the same on Matt - result here, one deleted his blog, the other is awol. Blogosphere starts to become the written version of MTV´s The Real Live! Peepz, git a life IRL! Tadah Pilgrim

6 comments:

MartininBroda said...

And how was your defence?

x! said...

So, are you like the Perez Hilton of this blogworld?

Rapha said...

its like AJ once said "it looks like real life gone online"... fuck!
glad theres still ppl like you pilgrim =P

Baz said...

I guess we're pretty much on the same wavelength. You've just restated my feelings on this.

Sasha (Malchik Gai) said...

It's really just a bit silly is it not? It's amazing how much stock we put into the words of people we've often never met face to face, or even spoken to other than correspondence on a web page. I guess the fact that it's online allows us to often be more honest and open about many things. That and it somehow encourages faux intimacy. We often have to struggle to remember these things.

torchy! said...

totally agree with your summary here Pilgrim

torchy!