“Blogger’s block” : Have you ever heard something more dumb? Why have you a blog in the first place, what do you want with it? I think you just want some quick internet “fame”, or you sell crap or you think yourself you’re smart, if you ever suffer a “block” and you pompously feed the feeders with the fact.
A few years ago, a few more, actually, I read Stephen Fry’s Paperweight a collection of his articles at the time. He mocked this “no subject” block in one of the shorties there, by claiming in at least two of them that he only fills the few hundred words required for the article to be published, he had nothing interesting to say and that’s it. He looks like a sort of pioneer to me, so I read The Liar and bought The Hippopotamus when appeared, two years or so, after. He has presence, was ambiguous about his sexual orientation up to a point (not anymore), is very impregnated with his educational background, is talented as an actor, used to be a pompous stick, and now advertise some charity. The Liar was brilliant. I haven’t read the other one, I’ve lost it during a tempestuous relocation a year ago.
“You don’t write because you want to say something, you write because you have something to say.“ Scott Fitzgerald was a child, everybody writes because wants to say something, everything. And with the new times, new things to write appears, now everybody sells something. When they emptied what they have to say about Coca Cola, twitter or iPhone or whatever, they claim a block, a writer’s block and start to plagiarize something, just to fill the “contract” to himself, “to stick with minimum a post per day” as Cashmore said in a comment to a screen prints book, from the deep well of his experience. The book was written by the one and only Social Media “scientist” and sold on Amazon with over $19. A post per day assure celebrity and money. “Be controversial” one got advice from the official wordpress.com blog.
One of the most controversial guys of the last century was the one nicknamed Osho, “Rajneesh” Chandra Mohan Jain. Of course he had a lot of propaganda against him, I really don’t know why, he never promoted war and violence, he spoke about fulfillment but not by integrating with the establishment, he was illuminated or at least considered so, and allegedly assassinated by the US Government. He recognized every time that he can approach a subject from any direction, especially opposed directions, and the masses will be ecstatic and will approve. He never had any kind of blocks. I don’t believe his direct implication in the first attack on the territory of the USA with “biochemical terrorism”. There was something there, of course, something connected with real estate, town council and religious intolerance, but no terrorism. I liked Rajneesh because he amassed large quantity of wealth by speaking and speaking and enchanting everyone around.
There isn’t such a thing as a blogger block. If you want to “stick” with publishing every day any trash, just look around. If you have a spine, it will be impossible to not have an opinion.
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