domenica 25 marzo 2018


* an occasional post where we look at what has been happening around the blogs.

So what's up at The Curmudgeon Inc?

I counted 14 bloggers on The Curmudgein's links list. Thet's enough for two teams of 7, or smaller groups of 4, 4, 3 & 3 to cover times, like weekends, when some of them are in Auckland. 
For some reason, they all seem to bugger off most weekends. They must have a big apartment down there!
Another weekend of no posting from The Curmudgeon Inc.

What's Robert up to?

Well, Robert's blog is in action.
The latest post is about being out with the dogs and seeing a sunset. It is written in an unusual language style, almost like reading Greek, I imagine.
"Earth had not rotated to allow Sun to send many different types of waves through space that by chance (according to evolutionists) I could use my two receptors to send a complicated message in the blink of an eye to brain. Without Sun being visible brain told me that the strip of seven colours across the sky was real.
That the seven colours moved as I walked was my first clue that I was not perceiving reality.
But the impression was convincing."
This bit (I edited out a sentence about God), for example, would translate as,
"I saw a rainbow."

I guess that Robert is searching for a unique style. His blog comes in ahead of The Curmudgeon Inc. for one simple reason - he writes posts.

Apart from this wonderful blog you're reading now, the rest of our little blogging community seems to be asleep.

5 commenti:

THE CURMUDGEON ha detto...

On the way home by bus.
Wii post when at home.
I promise to not 'do a Robert' and to try and post something that makes sense.

THE CURMUDGEON ha detto...

*****POST PENDING*****

Robert ha detto...

I was using correct scientific terminology. Scientists say Sun not "The Sun" like you might refer to Wellington rather than "The Wellington".
There are many moons why call the one that orbits earth "the moon" which implies all the rest are lesser!
Though I could be wrong.

THE CURMUDGEON ha detto...

There are many religions and many gods. why then do you write your god as God with a capital 'G'?

THE CURMUDGEON ha detto...

Right. THE CURMUDGEONS INC. are all back home to where internet access is freely (or at least paid for on a monthly unlimited broadband contract)available. We can now get down to business by writing posts (relevant ones - not silly ones about how christians view rainbows and the universe).

If a job offer doesn't come my way this week (and i hope it doesn't) then expect some pretty amazing, or, voluminous posts.