Newsflash: Why am I in this handbasket?

According to Kevin D. Denee of the Restored Church of God’s Ambassador Youth magazine, blogs are encouraging people to have and express opinions.

Quotey:

The Internet—and more specifically blogs—has enabled everyone to have a voice on any matter. Now everyone’s thoughts are “published” for all to see. Whether or not it is effective, as soon as something is posted the person has a larger voice. It often makes the blogger feel good or makes him feel as if his opinion counts—when it is mostly mindless blather!

After reading this article, literally dozens of bloggers immediately jumped online to express their thoughts and opinions on the article, the article’s author, the article’s punctuation, the style layout of the article, and organize seating arrangements on the bus to Hell. I call a window seat.

(Via Pieces of Flair who got it from Cruel)

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2 responses to “Newsflash: Why am I in this handbasket?

  1. I loved her comment about how they pull us towards the world and temptation. Gotta love the irony of her article. especially the mindless blather bit.

  2. Hey, my partner (who claims to be driving the bus to Hell) and I (who expect to be up front with the microphone saying things like, “And if you look to your left, you can see all the Episcopalians who ate their dinner with their salad forks,”) have a time-share in a condo with a view of the River of Fire. You want in?

    yours in the struggle,
    Max