Recently I decluttered my bloglist. Unfortunately, I am feeling like its the Tibetan Book of the Dead, where you have that little visualization where you remove your job, your stuff, your relationships, and what is left after all the noise and light and the dancing and everything goes away?
I am sure it is not factor X. Gosh, where would I be if I wasn't surfing, linking or blogging? If things keep up, I might have to find out.
It was another interesting week in the paleodome, with more Kruse-bashing, back-stabbing, double-crossing and mob behavior.
Yes, Robb, you have been piling on Kruse Sai Baba, since it looks like now the craziness will be cutting into your moneymaking opportunities? I don't know. Paleo elitists and the commoners were free to trash anyone and anything they saw fit for a long long long time now. They voted early and often, and well before Jack Kruised in and became the keynote speaker for just about everything, and now you want to pin the paleo-train-wreck all on him? If you are going to pull that money stunt, Robb, I might have to break up with you.
And I say, Paleo's, look within for your own rot before looking for a scapegoat. What's up with bashing everyone who enjoys the Kruse Kruise? I can see people's fascination with going after the luminaries, but is it really necessary to tar and feather every fan, to insult them repeatedly, invoke the C word, to follow them around on the internet and then make fun of them on Paleohacks and on @SKS? Yes, luminaries, that's very illuminating when I see you do that. (And if you are a luminary who used to be on my blog list, there is a very high probability that you are no longer on my bloglist because I saw your posts with @SKS before it was removed by the authorities. Yes, all good fun, right, everybody knew that didn't they?)
On The Other Hand. Jack, Jack, Jack......Don't you know that Revelation without Inclusion leads to Deletion? For those careful readers of my blog who haven't delved into the Kruse's esoteric writings or have already been kicked off his website, the bigger problem started when Jack went to a paid-webinar system to reveal his revelations. All good fun for a time, until some of the "webinarians" entertained the idea of separate meet-ups for the enlightened ones who had purchased the "factor X" webinar and the cold, dark, miserable worms who had not.
And, being the cold, dark, miserable worm that I am, I don't like the way people are telling me that if I attend a meet-up, well, they just might be able to talk about Factor X with me if they get permission from the Good Doctor, otherwise we might just have to schedule a second meet-up just for the worms. Wow!, I am thinking this isn't a really good way to encourage meeting-up, and I am thinking, this is "How to Create a Cult -101" and not liking being a part of it.
Jack chimed in somewhere else, noting that going to a play costs 100 dollars. Dang, there goes my monthly food bill again. I guess if I wanted to be truly enlightened, I could be a webinarian and eliminate my need for real food altogether.