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Kill the blog-O-sphere…..

April 14, 2014


Today is my day, pre blood-moon power day, to send out a request to all my blogging friends across the world.

I noticed the word Blog-O-Sphere recently, because it itched.

It used to be the blog-sphere.

See the difference?

I am a contributing member of the blog-o-sphere….

I am a contributing member of the blog-sphere…

You see what someone did?

They put the O (Zero) right in the middle of the sharp and edgy blog-sphere.

Doesn’t it sound bloated?

I see the blogsphere as the sword of the collective mind:

Blog-O-sphere feels like a Balloon:

Surreal and weird energy above, nein?

Formless, reaching, all those cuff-linked hands….

So, please, make a statement tomorrow, let us re-lease the bloated blog-O-sphere to whence it came and go back to being….in the blogsphere?

Names are verrrrry important, very very important.

Would you buy a Car from FerrOri?


Let us collectively puncture the balloon of the bloated one and go back to being lean and never really mean, just real…



I ex-press into the blogsphere….

Thanks all around for making this a widely shared thought-form, meme, ii, eye-eye, aye-aye…..

Balance to One and One….



7 Comments leave one →
  1. dsavage permalink
    April 14, 2014 3:55 pm

    i always hated the term blog anyway. i think i will invent and persuade the planet to call this important form by its new moniker…perhaps you can offer some suggestions. blessings, as always, love your work. cheers, SVG

  2. Mary permalink
    April 14, 2014 7:27 pm

    I SEE what you SEE. The “@” in the middle seems like an inward spiral negating all the creative expression as well.

    • April 16, 2014 4:51 pm

      Doesn’t it Mary? Nothing celebratory or liberating in that visual.

      We all need to stop looking and start C’ing.

  3. Dublinsmick permalink
    April 15, 2014 4:35 pm

    Thanks for the link. I do check over there once in awhile to see if you are keeping them straight 🙂

  4. April 15, 2014 9:34 pm

    There’s also the the tendency of zeros to inflate. A harmful in-tent-ion giving rise to the chance a bubble may burst.

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