I’m in the mood for some nitpicking. So stand back, people.
This could get ugly.
- On entertainment related weblogs, especially those that
comment on reality entertainment shows’ performances,
apparently everybody’s trying to be the expert in judging the
contestant’s performances, which ends up being nothing more
than a regurgitation of the professional judges’ opinions most
of the time.
- The ones that talk about technology or gadgetry are simply
rehashing whatever anybody can find on either Slashdot or
Engadget, offering no opinion of their own in actually
using or experiencing for themselves the stuff
they’re putting up as their weblog entry. Oh, whatever that’s
from Google or Apple is cool and whatever that’s from Microsoft
is suspect. They advocate the use of Open Source products but
in reality they don’t run it on their own PCs as pirated
Microsoft stuff can be easily obtained for a couple of bucks
in town, even though they’re supposedly bug ridden and full of
vulnerabilities. Otherwise, how else can they play the latest
- There are those who totally ignore the basic rules of
grammar and write as if they are instant messaging or SMS-ing
by using abbreviations like ur, ppl, pls,
dat, dun, lolz, omg, wtf,
knn, ccb, mch, etc. Is there a character
limitation imposed anywhere?
- On the other side of the coin, some don’t believe in
abbreviation. Maybe they don’t realize that had they used
gila, jadi, ada instead of giler,
jadik or ader they can save themselves a
keystroke. On top of that, words such as korunk,
konpem, kompius, tomolo really grates.
- When taking group pictures, at least one person in the
picture has to have his or her hand gesturing the peace
- Food has to be posed properly and photographed before
- Don’t get me started on those who do any of the above and
then get paid for doing it.