Where is the Love?

Hello! Did you miss me? Probably not. It’s only been two days since the last time I blogged something for you. I just had a couple of other things to pursue. But I’ll be back with some links to amuse you on Monday. Promise. Scout’s honour.
Anyway, I was just surfing around the Bloggerville today and it was a pretty depressing experience. But then again, I was walking around a tougher part of town: the Blogging Network Street, which is kind of the Wall Street because everything is all about money, except they’re trying to sell blogs instead of shares. And it was a depressing experience because there was simply no loving there.
I wasn’t talking about the 9rules Network. I wouldn’t have joined this network if I didn’t see any loving going on there. It’s about The Others™. Think all those war blogs are bad? Well, wait until you see half of the bitching going on between blog networks. I’d suggest you go to Blogebrity for the scoop because, as far as I know, it’s not part of any of the networks, which is supposed to make their, uh, reports fair and balanced. Did I just say fair and balanced? Good Lord!
I guess that should teach me NEVER to walk on the Blogging Network Street again. Well, unless I have to. While I still find war blogs more upsetting than the blog networks, all the bitching going on between the networks makes me wonder where all the loving has gone. Remember when blogging was all about spreading linky love and bloggers seem to link to each other and read each other and know each other, though not necessarily like each other? That was good time. I kind of miss the simplicity of it all.

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5 comments / Add your comment below

  1. Welcome back. Yes, you were missed.
    I still hope you can dispense some advice as to how I can get my blog a bit more centered. (It’s a Ferdamatic special.)
    AC

  2. omg! i totally agrees with you on the blog war thingy thats been going around. what happened to make them so hateful like that? its scary really.

  3. Hi Firda,
    You don’t know me, and I’m not responding to this specific entry, but I’ve been looking for info on Indonesians adapting to life in Canada and I saw your profile…..so here goes.
    My name is Aleith. I’m Canadian, and I am currently living with my Indonesian husband, Rastani, in Taiwan. In two months, we are moving home to Canada, and he’s feeling a little nervous. He won’t be happy until he makes a few Indonesian friends and is sure that he’s not the only one freezing, and missing great Indonesian food in snowy Canada. Any advice?
    anyone with info or advice feel free to contact me/us: aleithcole@yahoo.com

  4. Don’t think there’s anything to it, except some people just fancying bitching, and general trash talking. Guess we should accept everyone’s weird preferences, as long as they leave innocent out it. They want war, let ’em have it!

  5. WELL I JUST .IM NOT THAT GOOD IN INGLISH OR IN ANY LANGUAGE BUT I FIND THIS PAGE LOVELY I WAS LOOKING FOR SCOUT BELTS AND THE THIS KIND OF THING,ANY WAY I COLECT THIS THINGS FROME ALL THE WORLD IF SOME ONE HAVE SOMTHING I’LL APRECIATE TO CONTACT ME,AND FOR ME LOVE IS JUST THE FELLING OF JOY WHEN YOU LOOK AT YOUR PARNER IN TO THE EYES AND HI OR SHE LOOK AT YOU BACK IN THE SAME WAY.

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