Sunday, October 30, 2005

spooky blogger halloween costume

spooky blogger
halloween costume

I urge any seamstresses and masquerade supplies manufacturers, who read this blog, to make this spooky Halloween costume:

the Scary Free Thought Blogger.

What a dreadfully creepy, horrifying monster: the average blogger.

Then there's the aggressively hardcore, fight-picking, confrontational, smart mouthed Anti-MSM Blogger. A real source of fright for grown up men and semi-human CEOs.

Our faithful, loyal, trustworthy and honorable Main Stream Media folks, whom the ignorant rant-mongers call, disrespectfully, the "morbid stream media" due to its alleged hyper-gloomy bias to woe and fear...

...these dignified guardians of public consensus tell us to beware.

Beware the low down, mean and dirty, pajama wearing, pizza eating, coffee abusing B-L-O-G-G-E-R.

The word "blog" is ugly.

We like that. We want you to see us as ugly, mean-spirited, hateful, attacking, destroying, intimidating, disrespectful, cynical, jaded, wounded, and invincible.

We are all of the above, and more.

The MSM and all blogopathic liars shall feel our WRATH.

Let me be perfectly clear:

most hardcore bloggers HATE the MSM with a feverishly delirious passion.

We are the accumulated voice of The Consumer.

Now, it's our turn to tell the story, to speak up and out, to command and dictate the way things are going to be around here from now on.

We absolutely love to fight.

That's what blogs are all about. Fighting the clutter, the scams, the Unilateral Communication Hegemony of MSM and Mass Broadcast Mentality...

...AND bloggers attack the irrelevant, the over-hyped, the hidden, the misleading, the non-interactive, the aloof, the greedy, the unusable, the self-righteously corrupt institutions and outmoded traditions.

Dress spooky this Helloween.

Dress like something that is truly scary.

Dress like a Hardcore Anti-MSM, Free Thought Blogger.

I know a few nations that will tremble. And a couple companies. Plus...lots of journalists, like Dan Rather.

[signed] Steven Streight aka Vaspers the Grate



steven edward streight said...

Here's what I posted as comment on idea grove media orchard or whatever the heck its name is, I'm tired, been up all night, I should leave the blogosphere now...

This is my famous subversive statement on business blogs. Read it and weep.


I want the morbid sectors of the MSM, and the vile corporations, to fear our WRATH.

We are not playing around. We hardcore bloggers truly have infinite quantities of hate to unleash on deserving targets. We do plan to destroy...the unethical, the con artist, the shoddy product, the lying CEO.

What's the Blog Revolution? It means the Voice of the Consumer shall now intimidate and punish rotten corporate or political culprits.

The trick we've all played was to coax businesses to blog...not so we could hear from them, but so we could bitch and question and challenge them.

Ha ha ha. It worked.



steven edward streight said...

Blogocombat Buddy, Paul Woodhouse, of The Tinbasher sheet metal marketing blog emails this gem to me today:


On 10/31/05, Paul Woodhouse


Be afraid, be very afraid.

You've got to laugh.

Blogs as bogeyman just in time for Halloween.

Do these lame buggers have a centralised template for writing this kind of bilge?

I gave up on what the MSM have to say about blogs a while back. I've also come to the conclusion that none of them have the faintest idea as to what it's all about.

I honestly wouldn't piss on them if they were on fire.


The Forbes article is such sloppy, unprofessional, uneducated journalism, it is ridiculous.

There are no good points or valid observations in it. No comprehension of blogospheric conditions. None. Zero.

Stupidity reaches a new zenith here.