Eventually, that changed, but it made me realize that that there are plenty of people who read the thousands of blogs out there who just don't feel like responding, and that was okay. Maybe the topics I brought up were not a fit. Some people are simply shy about commenting. Sometimes there is a lot of mutual love by those who respond back to bloggers who visit their pages, and we see them every time we post.
I like to visit a blog I'm familiar with, then click on an unfamiliar name leading me to that person's blog for something new.
The thing about blogging is the tendency to see a lot of the same people commenting on blogs we visit, so despite so many bloggers out there, it's still a relatively small world. I love interacting with other people to share ideas, to just have fun, and to hang out. Sometimes I'm not as timely as I need to be, but I do try to respond to each comment.
Then you have the Big Blogs who have over 200-300 comments. How can anyone keep up with that kind of volume?
After that comes the group of angry commenters who are ready to pounce on you at any moment. (lol)
Don't forget the super funny ones that may or may not make any sense.
What does bug me, however, is if you use a contact form associated with a blog to ask a specific question, and the owner of the blog never bothers to respond. Why do you have a contact form on your page, and why don't you at least acknowledge the person's request? That is just downright rude!
Let me put it out there that I don't talk politics via Social Media, but there are plenty of blogs who do. I do, however, love to observe potential funny behavior. (lol) Has anyone ever watched C-Span for a long period of time? I don't normally, but yesterday, I watched a man give sporadic pertinent info to his viewers, while also taking LIVE calls from Republicans, Democrats and others as they gave opinions about the candidates.
I have to say that many of these comments were less than favorable to either party, but this guy stoically took each negative call, remained silent as he listened, then thanked the caller for the comment. Sometimes he smirked, or looked plain bored, but this guy literally was inundated with hateful messages during the entire program and maintained his composure consistently,never getting pulled in to the feelings of either party. All he did was move on the next call. Can you imagine doing this on LIVE television for an entire hour?! Bravo, I say!
Do people still listen to the radio? I definitely do, whenever I'm driving, and it tends to be loud. (lol) No talk radio for me, usually, as my focus is on all that music. Did you know you can actually listen to radio stations from all over the world? College campuses, the Vatican, Hit Music from France and so much more, can be found by visiting this site: http://www.mikesradioworld.com/. Don't worry, if you visit a site that's in a language you don't speak, Google will translate. Also, I keep one of those radios around that run by battery in case we have a zombie attack, and lose all power or Internet connectivity.
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