So What Is A Blog

For those ignoramus’s who are yet again accusing me of being nasty,  (shit was that nasty?) because I write a blog. You can’t be serious, I hear you say, but sadly I am. You can’t make this shit up . 

The problem, it appears is my Bitter sweet Blog post. I said it as it was, how I saw things, how it made me feel. That’s what you do in blogs, isn’t it? Let me just ask WHO posted & shared nasty vindictive, lying, open letters (TWO NOT ONE TWO) on their public fan page? TWICE. Who contacted CH to show him the open letter?  WHO tried constantly to discredit me? WHO called Charlie’s fans on twitter “spunk stains”? Wasn’t me, but  that must be ok in their world?  I write the TRUTH and yet again the B word is mentioned.

So that being said, I thought I would help you out in understanding what a blog is. 

Shauna, When will you get it into your thick skull I have no interest in you or your convictions. Every couple months you drag the same old crap up. Grow up, because you are getting very very boring. I want nothing to do with you now as I wanted to do with you years ago. So you F@CK off and let me ramble. My blog is none of your damn buisness ! So Don’t flatter yourself sweetheart. I really couldn’t  give a toss about you. But while you keep spouting shit, and treating fans badly.  I will respond. That’s my right. I’m just hoping your lastest rant hasn’t got as far as LSA. If all that shit blows up again, we’ll know who to blame. 
Here’s your blog, enjoy. 


So What Is a Blog?


Let’s begin with some definitions. A bit dry, we realize, but this is a necessary evil. First we’ll define the word this whole site is based around – blog.

A blog is a frequently updated online personal journal or diary. It is a place to express yourself to the world. A place to share your thoughts and your passions. Really, it’s anything you want it to be. For our purposes we’ll say that a blog is your own website that you are going to update on an ongoing basis. Blog is a short form for the word weblog and the two words are used interchangeably.

Here are a couple of other definitions:

“…the first journalistic model that actually harnesses rather than merely exploits the true democratic nature of the web. It’s a new medium finally finding a unique voice.”–Andrew Sullivan

“[a] collection of posts…short, informal, sometimes controversial, and sometimes deeply personal…with the freshest information at the top.”–Meg Hourihan


As so often happens in the English language, many derivatives of the word blog have been created. One who participates in the activities of maintaining a blog is known as a blogger and the activity of keeping a blog is known as blogging. So we could say that the blogger blogs in his blog, but that might cause your English teacher to weep. We are going to use these terms with alarming frequency, so make sure you understand what they mean before you go on.

Blog (noun) – a journal or diary that is on the Internet.

Blogger (noun) – a person who keeps a blog – Bloggers are revolutionizing the way news is shared.

Blog (verb) – to write a blog – I am going to blog before breakfast this morning.

Blogging (verb) – the action of writing a blog – Blogging is my way of sharing my passions with the world.

Originally blogs were known primarily as places for people to write about their day-to-day activities. Their mundane, everyday tasks became fodder for journal entries. Somehow these writers gained a following and the hobby of blogging was born. Today people write about far more interesting topics, but we’ll get to that in a minute.

Who Blogs?

So who are these fearless people who would be willing to post about their lives in as public a forum as the Internet? They are people just like you. Once the haven of technical know-it-alls, blogging has suddenly caught-on as a legitimate hobby and has entered the mainstream. Every day millions of people, some of whom have no technical ability whatsoever, write on their blogs.

To meet this demand some amazing tools have been created that will allow anyone, even people with very little knowledge of computers, to have their own blog. If you can find your way onto the Internet and follow some basic instructions you can have your own blog. It’s just that easy.

Why Do People Blog?

So you may be asking why anyone would want to have their own blog. We believe the answer lies in the fact that every human has a voice and wishes their voice to be heard. The Internet is a medium that is unparalleled in its reach. Never before have average people like you or me been able to reach a global audience with so little trouble. Bloggers have the opportunity of reaching hundreds or even thousands of people each and every day.

There are still many people who like to share the details of their days. They may post twenty or thirty times a day, detailing when they ate lunch and when they headed home from work. On the other hand there are bloggers who give almost no detail about their lives, but write instead about a hobby or interest of theirs. They may dedicate their blog to something they are passionate about.

In fact, today’s blogs can provide hair tips, up-to-date news, technical information, celebrity scandal, political rumor, gets people involved in volunteering, advice on investments as well as there being blogs on cooking, health, gardening, sport, blogging blogs (this blog) and of course many personal blogs and quite a few strange blogs. Bloggbasics




  One thought on “So What Is A Blog

  1. June 21, 2016 at 10:27 pm

    I like your blogs/posts I read them all the time. I’ve set up a Word Press Account. I’m just not sure what I would Blog about. No idea whatsoever. Maybe reading your blogs will inspire me.

    As for the Charlie stuff people are just jealous that you have a personal friendship with one of the World’s Top Stars on the Planet.


    • Tina Lou
      June 21, 2016 at 10:34 pm

      Hello there 🙂 I didn’t know what to blog. I started with my what was most foremost in my mind. I’ve so many drafts of things lol

      Good luck with your blog. ❤️


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