bully for you
One of the most basic rules of my life is, you don't pick on Baz.
It's not so much that this bitter, shriveled up dick named Tim Hall broke that rule, it's that he wrote a scathing article on blogging - which would be fine in and of itself - but this so-called writer resorted to name calling and personal attacks in his story.
It is my understanding that people who don't get blogs and blogging and who feel the need to deride the owners of weblogs in ugly articles probably hate themselves, hate their lives, their careers and their flab, and they know that anything they could come up with for a weblog would be boring, trite and an ode to masochistic self-loathing and masturbation stories.
Words/phrases used in this article:
chickenshit world of tattletale bloggers
sneering, horse-faced (his description of one blogger)
[note to editor: no links to any of these fuckwads' sites, please; they deserve scorn and derision, not promotion]
the typical blogger's self-absorption
You have to be a really, really stupid fuck to think there's a single redeeming quality or scrap of originality or freshness to any of this crap
And then he calls another blogger a bloghole and the C-word. In a fit of what I can only describe as jealousy, he says nasty, nasty things about Gawker's Elizabeth Spiers (This testosterone-fueled rag he writes for is not nearly as witty, astute or interesting as Gawker. In fact, they resort to "I fucked your mom" idiocy).
One can draw several conclusions from Tim Hall's article:
He was rejected by a blogger.
He was rejected by the New York Times.
He was rejected by Baz.
He was rejected by every girl he ever hit on in his entire life.
He started a blog and nobody came.
He has the hots for Spiers and he knows that he will never get within ten feet of her.
He is jealous of Gawker.
He is a misogyinst of the highest order.
He sits home at night wanking off to photoblogs. He gets off on the pet pictures.
What was the point to this story besides Tim's obvious hidden message of "I hate people who get more attention than I do?" Oh yes, the point was, Tim wrote an article on blogging and so did the New York Times, and they had the same basic story to them. Except people read the NYT's article and no one read Tim's.
Poor Tim Hall. Poor, lonely Tim Hall.
Don't miss Tim's other articles, like his hate-filled ode to Andrew Sullivan.