I watch the news and wonder, “How can we put up with this?”
There is so much bias in a world that is supposed to be factual.
I could feel it welling up inside until I realized I needed to stick my head out a window and shout, “I’m mad as hell and I’m not going to take it anymore!”
The next day I became a blogger.
For me, blogging is a cathartic experience. Or, as the Oxford Dictionary puts it: A process of releasing pent up emotions.
Funny thing is – it seems to work for me. I see something that gives rise to an internal emotion; and then I let it out on my blog.
This is not to say that I use my blog to complain. I do, but there is more than that. I like to make fun of things we’re not supposed to make fun of. I have political opinions that are not linked to any party but my own – the Party of Me.
I like to be funny, even if I’m the only one realizing that I’m being funny.
I prefer fact over fiction but will indulge in a little of both. Feel free to challenge me if you think I’m stretching the truth a bit much.
I blog because I must.
I blog because I can – and I never, ever forget that there are those that cannot.