Showed something in the drafts...but not really? And the publish button was there. Maybe I didn't actually publish the last one. Ok, so fair enough, will leave this one alone.
I am amused at people that blog. To think that what you have to say is more important that what news outlets have to say. Then on top of that...who are you? For example....what if I want to always talk about a certain topic. Why would you listen to me? Who on Earth am I? What makes my opinion any better than anyone elses. And would I have different info than you could get thorough a media outlet? Odds say that all I did was read the same things you did and instead of typing any opinion under that article, I just went someplace else...a blog...and typed it up. Weird. I just don't get it. Are you trying to be a writer and it is just practice?
So in High School I used to write these stories for English class. It was just me an another guy that thought they were funny I think. But we would have to write them then stand up and read them to the class. Now I would get quite a few laughs, but I think people just thought I was an idiot. They were called "the Chronicles of the Monkey Hacker" And if I remember correctly it was about me saving the world from killer monkeys. And in the story I would use a sword or chainsaw or whatever and cut them up. Thus the word 'hacker' was a big word I liked to over use in the story. It would start like a normal story about whatever and always end in dozens of monkeys attacking and me hacking them all up but nearly dying. I would love to read some of them again though. I am sure it would be worth a good laugh now.