Monday, March 14, 2016

Nothing Talk

Again Monday, again new week! Greetings, dear subscribers and those who just happened to read this, and good luck in all for the week ahead! I guess I could write wonderful screenplays for my videoblog, but unfortunately I’m much worse as a videoblogger than a traditional-type text blogger. Anyways, thanks to You, dear readers, this blog exists and will exist. Knowing that someone is reading it, and that someone is interested in it makes it a much more enjoyable process. And this interesting fact will lead us to the topic which is up to discussion for this week. So let me summarize and round this up: I am a very bad videoblogger (at least much better as a writing blogger) and probably some of You are as well, which only means that I'm an awful speaker but an acceptable (and hopefully, an appreciable) writer. But why is that happening to me, and to so many other people? Everybody around us seem to talk, to have conversations for hours, and pretty much enjoy it, while we cannot drop a word after five minutes of thinking what to say next. Are we so much smarter than they and value words too much, or the opposite, so much dumber that we can't even come up with a random topic to talk about? A very interesting discussion on this topic, stirred by a famous blogger Sean Cooper, a.k.a. "The Shyness & Social Anxiety Guy", which can be viewed here: , leads us to a better understanding of the phenomenon. Let's dig a little deeper to the problem.

8 March marked a very important Socialist holiday - International Working Womens Day, and since most of the local population, as well as the majority of those who had lobotomy performed on them, are Socialist Bernie Sanders supporters, this holiday was widely appreciated and hoorayed.
To the people who underwent lobotomy in any of its kind. 
I am sorry if I offended you in any way. I understand that lobotomy sometimes can be vitally important, and that you underwent it doesn’t mean that you are so stupid that you are a feminist and/or support Bernie Sanders. I generalized. It is a very rare occasion that I give a formal apology, especially on my blog, so you are special. Once again, I do not think that if you had lobotomy you are so stupid that you are a feminist or a Bernie Sanders supporter, no; I do not equalize you to those people. Please don’t take it so personal if you did.

For those of you who are not following me on Facebook (and I really recommend you to do so: if my blog is entitled "Events", my Facebook feed should probably have the name "Thoughts"), here is what I wrote about the International Working Women's Day on 8 March: “The public recognition and widespread celebration of International Working Women’s Day in the United States is not something unexpected or sensational: the desire of the Society for as called Socialist Alternative, combined with the natural desire to bring changes and make something what was considered abnormal or even illegal before totally normal, if not appreciated, and vice versa, is also coherent, and follows particular patterns in political and economic life of the Country. However, the rise of Socialism in the United States is not necessarily a decay of Modern American Society; instead, repeating the mistakes of History is still learning, yet learning on own experience, which proves to be much more effective. My personal predictions for the future are rather positive: unlike the other countries, such as China, East Germany, Russia, Czechoslovakia, etc., America’s experience with Socialism will be very brief and synoptic: as soon as the average population will perceive the cost of the benefits it brings, its popularity will fall dramatically. There will be no such American prototype of Great October Socialist Revolution or Chinese Communist Revolution, at least that can be said for sure.” Otherwise, if you are still with me, I am inviting you to follow up. Leaving the rest of the politics to dumber people, let's continue with what actually have occurred.

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