Here is why I don’t feel at home speaking on Bloggers. I did a post at Blogcritics.org and got a reply back:
If you are interested in finding out about Blogcritics Bloggers, then check out the archives. I found “Our happy hate crimes :)” by Al Barger to be compelling (it got well over 100 comments). Don’t ever bring up Randy Weaver or David Koresh when Al Barger or Mac Diva are watching. I just made this mistake, and it started again (see InstaPundit Glenn Reynolds, paranoid).
Of course, this is the type of blogging that you are referring to (it all started with a debate about the politcal leanings of Instapundit). I don’t have a problem with it, and I especially like when people add humor (Al Barger and Mac Diva do this well). There are other types of things going on with posts and comments, though. I just posted On Being Offended, which I think has a positive message about tolerating the views of others. Keep in mind, though, that critics tend to criticize.
Who is Instapundit and why does everyone focus so intently on him?
I think I will focus on Sports and have some more Aspirin.
More of the same at ZuDfunck’s BloGPowered by Sidelines