So I've been doing some thinking on my end, and a little bit of drinking, and I realized something positive among all the general negativity that I experience and emit like it's going out of style. This goes back to my second-to-last post. And It has given me an idea for a change of pace within my own personal blogosphere (I hate that word). I feel like I have stagnated over the past couple of months, and that maybe, just maybe, all this general self-deprecation isn't super proactive. The positive support has been nice, and welcome, but I feel like I've been ignoring my roots. Or not. This blog wasn't created to BE anything. It was part of an engine that is a possible collection of funds. Which has fizzled. And yet, Here I return, day after day. Is it some otherworldy need or a an unconscious suggestion implanted by google? Who knows. Who really cares? The reality is this: I like my blog. I like my followers. I like reading my followers' blogs. But, I have become bored with posting the same general things again. I see blogging as therapeutic. That may not change. But something will.
I see an interesting development in my post "The Putridity of a Diseased World and the Guillotine that Will Finish it Off." It's the change I wanted. I love to write. In the end, it doesn't really matter what (though fiction is pretty boss, and the ladies melt over some poetry). But, I don't think I'm man enough to post my more creative ideas for brutal criticism (maybe we'll get to that later). When I boil down "Putridity," it reminds me of essays previously written long ago when I was still a bright-eyed idealist, albeit a little more cynical and nihilistic. So, expect an "essay" in the loosest sense of the term about every week or so. Compiled, but not edited because I don't care too much about grammatical errors at the moment. And, barring negative feedback, I will hopefully continue until I run out of ideas or my blog combusts or the internet gets shut down.
So now, I ask for feedback. Thoughts? Comments? Negative or positive. I don't want to alter the course of enjoyment too much, but I like writing, and I like writing with a little more purpose behind it than I have been.