Sharing Differently

March 28th, 2007 at 1:39 pm by Zacque
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As I looked on, a master of blogitude.com was pulling my strings (the ever-changing logo), and I thought “some people share differently than others.” This thought of course sparked out of yet another wonderful conversation. Someone told me, “I don’t wanna read your blog if its not talking about your life.”  In response I say “Fine! Take my blog and shove it.” Maybe if these silly people would actually take the time to read what others had to say they might have a clue.

People like these, no matter how successful they may be, are missing something. Doctors call it “bedside manner;” Buddhists call it “compassion;” the lefty movement calls it “caring;” and a majority of people call it “taking a (pick any or a series of expletives of your choice) interest” in the person you are talking to.   After all, it would only be the right thing to do when you consider them a friend.

They obviously are a little too far into their own reality sometimes.  Although I am a strong support of the, “I reject your reality and insert my own,” movement, I can also see how that can be taken a little too far.

Hey, if they bother to take the time to read this, more power to them.  So I talk differently about what is going on in the world and don’t give specifics about how my life is going… So what? I try to make life interesting. Besides, it is sometimes very easy to get lost in the details.  So, I’ll just keep on keepin’ on…


7 Responses to “Sharing Differently”

  1. Mark Says:

    I think it might have something to do with this…

    Asshat

  2. Carie Says:

    Nice, very nice. Perhaps this person is extremely busy and cares about YOU. Not the other things. I do understand knowing you. Would be to read your views on things, but you could tell that person. Why does someone have to read about it? Why not just tell them?

  3. Zacque Says:

    And all this time I was trying to not attach names to it. Oh well, guess someone is actually reading my entries after all. I’ll be damned… Besides, maybe it was a JOKE. Rather that kind of quick judgement does bother me.

  4. Mark Says:

    Get a room, you kids! 😉

  5. Carie Says:

    hee hee.

  6. Diva Says:

    Ya know what. I consider you and Mark both my friends. And I keep up with you kids on a personal level on our little outings and messenger.
    BTW, I’m still chapped about the double bomb that got dropped last night… thanks alot, boys. But I DO understand one must do what one must do, even though some one else may be displeased and saddened by it. Eh, enough of that.

    I am totally and completely amused by your blogs and they keep me entertained when I’m supposed to be working.
    xoxo

  7. Dread Pirate Brat Says:

    If you and Carie get a room, can Mark and I watch?
    … and WHAT f*ken bomb?!?!?!?! I work all the time anyway,
    so hopefully I’ll never find out.