Monday, June 1, 2009

Decisions, decisions

So, I just finished typing up a post.

Then I gave it a good hard look and said, "Wow, holy shit. If I publish this, it's going to be the single most controversial post to ever appear on this blog. It could really, really piss a lot of people off. Even my regular readers might be outraged. And that would suck."

So what do you guys think? Should I just post it anyway?


SE said...

Why do you care if it pisses some people off? Piss them off, it's a good thing. Besides, if you really think that it's that controversial, then I really, really want to read it!

Really, go ahead, why censor yourself (then again, I censor myself all the time, but I'm a hypocrite so don't go by me). Besides, I really, really want to read this "too controversial to publish" post.

Nitroadict said...

go for it, you might ignite some meta-blogging attention & get more visitors / readers.

I'm going to go out on a limb & imagine it would either piss off the LL's or RL's drastically, however, since polarized libertarian philosophy with personal preferences forced upon others seems to be all the "rage" nowadays, instead of actually getting something done beyond the philosophical armchairs.

Besides, if anyone has a problem with it & can't at least post a comment & debate, they wouldn't be worthwhile, regardless, imo.

Cork said...

Well, that settles it. I'm postin' it.