Do I post TOO MUCH? Am I too prolific? Let me explain myself for a second. Due to the unbelievable foresight and generosity of my father I have the freedom right now to just create.
I love to go on 'Tumblr' and scroll through the images and save anything that strike my fancy or reflects my interests. Often the pictures I see will inspire a post. My trips to other blogs on my blog roll performs the same function. I don't need to go looking all around the net for ideas. The blogs I follow are great enough to never leave me for wanting for ideas. A post might just be a short caption or a full-on rant. I never know. I see, I create, I post, I move on. I know myself well enough to know that if I don't get the idea out into the Internet ether it will be lost or crowded out in my mind. It's the same principal with my cat picture captions. I see a cat pic and INSTANTLY know what the cat is thinking or saying.
Usually I find so many things that reflect my interests or beliefs that it's difficult to choose what to post about. So the image must be pretty cool for me to want it a part of the 'Cave of Cool'. I dump the pictures that don't immediately compel me to make a post into my 'POSTS' file for those times when I need an image to get the imagination going.
However, I was thinking that maybe my lack of comments on many posts come from the fact that it's too much for anyone to comment on every post. People save their opinions for when they feel compelled to comment.
My blog moves pretty fast. Lose a day and you can get way behind and never catch up. People just miss things that the may have commented on but they can only go back so far.
Is my stuff digested quickly? I know they are all gems but do people get annoyed that they may have missed something? I have the brain of a Hummingbird and can't just take it slow and easy. People have lives (I hear) and can't waste two hours scrolling through my balloon juice.
Or am I wrong? Is my stuff eaten so quickly (like flavored jellybeans) that it's not a burden at all to spend time on my blog or catching up when you may not have been able to see me for a week?
Let me know. I am being contemplative right now. It may be the last time in awhile that you get to tell the Emperor that he has no cloths. If there are no complaints I will just continue as I am going. My style works for me. It is easy. If it wasn't I wouldn't do it.
I forever stand vigilant to protect this planet from the myriad of forces that are always against us. Be it the octopus, zombies, aliens or the robots my team of human agents, and our feline allies, circle the globe in a never ending struggle for human freedom.
I learn all I can on every subject that interests me. I especially enjoy ancient history because in the past there are valuable lessons to be found. Also, if I ever get my time machine to work properly, it would be good to know a bit about possible destinations and what to expect when I get there.
I greatly appreciate beautiful design. Be it manufactured or found naturally I am fascinated by the process of invention. I am attracted to the unique, the strange, the haunted. I like to share what I find on this blog.
And not let us forget the 'Cephalopod Menace' who, if allowed to, would wrap their tentacles around all that is good and pure in this life and crush it until it remained no more. They are creatures of pure spite. Hate is all they know. Death is all they do. They are our most ruthless and determined enemy.
So we fight. Selena has the celebrity contacts, the cat is ruthless and without pity, Roosevelt's ghost has the experience and I do the wetwork.
Fighting for the future of the planet doesn't have to be a chore, however. We can take the time to appreciate all that is cool in this world even as we cut the octopus into bite sized chunks.
This is the reason there has always been and must forever be, a Cave of Cool. Be sure to wipe your feet before you enter.