Saturday, September 23, 2006

Blog Hater

Actor Jared Leto hates blogs and wants them to "die a sudden death".

What do you think?

13 comments:

  1. اقوله روح موت

    لا امريكا و لا اسرائيل و لا الصين يقدرون ينزعون سلاح البلوجات

    و هذا كلام اوجهه للقوى الداخلية اللي تكره البلوجات مثل اربعتعش شباط و ربعهم

    و مبارك عليك الشهر

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  2. Haha, masken lay hadaraja fathy, ma liga shay ghair ilblogat ynashbhom?

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  3. هو مين المسيو؟؟ و ليش يكره البلوغز؟؟ خليه يكرهم.....ينفلق.

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  4. the second link doesnt work :(

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  5. إهئ..إهئ...رحت المدونات المصريه ..اقولهم ..مبارك عليكم الشهر ....ماسمعوا غير مبارك ..وبسسس..بعدها طفوا النور وطاحوا فيني..طراقات ..وحسيت باحاسيس الاخ كله مطقوق....يله كله لله .... كل عام وفيشة بعض الناس مخلوعه....اما القوى الداخليه وخر عنها بسسس ..لووووووووول..

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  6. He should stick to acting.

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  7. انا اقول خل إولّي

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  8. maybe just maybe he wasnt accepted into the world of blogging, just like he wasnt accepted or successful in the world of hollywood and acting

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  9. I meant to post my comment here hehe so whats the big deal? he hates blogs? Does it really matter? Its not like he's gonna stop people from blogging or anything? So let him hate whatever he wants...its just his opinion on things :) silly to even bother ourselves over this!

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  10. coquette

    Who's bothered?

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  11. nobody cares about the vacuous thoughts of a hollywood airhead

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  12. Like 'poiwer' before me, I don't give a flippin' rat's arse to who Jared Leto is, much less what his views on Blogs are, but somewhere within me I feel that blogging has done real harm to me.
    On a personal level, I cannot make the time to read as much as I should have liked to, or to make newer "in-real-time" social contacts.
    Most evenings after work are a struggle; pulling out those sneakers to walk the dog for about a half-hour in the park because a certain blog fairy is haunting every minute of my wakeful existence.

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  13. The last 10 years were about accessing information that was not readily available and the next 10 years are going to be about how well we make use of the xcess information at our disposal.
    Blogs can be a useful metric to gauge that.
    By encouraging a virtual dimension it would appear that rather than bringing people closer sometimes they are doing the exact opposite
    cue: who has time any longer to talk, read, follow other hobbies and perhaps more importantly, to LISTEN?

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