Personal Blogs are the Real News . Bottom line.


So finally some MSM outletts are finally saying that blogs are the true source for news, and that they can be taken seriously. Pretty much what I and many other bloggers have been saying for years and years now.

Either way make sure you find multiple sources and compare them to eachother to get a broader understanding of that in which you look for.

Each and every individual that has a computer is technically the news company and the star of the show.

Now if you’re human you will read and write about things that effect humanity.

Now if you’re not a human you won’t do this.

Bottom line is:

The MSM is dieing/almost dead.

Bloggers and people on the ground having the real conversations (not some national conversations our state wants us to have ) but the real deal news is made every time you talk to someone or something happens.

As you write about these expereiences there are many others out there that are interested because they’ve had similar experiences and search for them and wallah… Your blog is being found.

I’m outta here folks me and the fiance are going for lunch…

Enjoy watching the fire burn.

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One Response to Personal Blogs are the Real News . Bottom line.

  1. Diane Thomas says:

    Hi, Bob,

    It has been years since I actually bought a newspaper and read it. My Dad always bought a minimum of three newspapers every day and read them and compared the content of major and minor news articles. He taught me and my sister to do the same. Word of mouth seems far more accurate and truthful to me than any newspaper, tv news station, most radio programs, and certainly, most newspapers that are owned by the top two newspaper owners are sold out to something other than truthful reporting of events. I love blogs. Amen.

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