I decided to start this blog to talk about Health, Science and Technology and get muddied in political commentary. Because politics could seriously hamper our progress, it is important that we make our voices heard. I will try to stay away from partisan politicking since that tends to narrow one’s vision. People tend to resort to name calling and blindly defend their party and not acknowledge any shortcomings. Some (or lots of politicians and their hardcore supporter) would resort to spinning and twisting things and facts. That might be what politics is perceived to be all about but I think it is dishonest and unhealthy.
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#1 by D.I.D. on January 30, 2011 - 6:56 pm
I too share a similar distaste for narrow partisan bickering – all parties suck.
This blog is great and I added it to my blogroll.
#2 by Tim Barrett on March 4, 2011 - 10:43 pm
I have just spent the last hour or so reading your posts on this website, and I have to say that I have never seen a site that purports to be serious in content with so many grammatical errors. Perception is everything, and what you desperately need is someone to proof-read these posts, before you actually post them. It makes you sound like you quit school in the third grade.
eg: People do NOT “result” to name calling, nor do they “result” to spinning and twisting. The correct word here is “resort”.
If English is your second language, you are forgiven these atrocities. However, you still need someone with full command of the language to correct your posts before publication.
#3 by politeching on March 4, 2011 - 11:19 pm
Thank you for your comment. English is my second language. But using that as an excuse seems like a cop out. It does takes me several attempts of proof reading to catch all grammatical errors. I tend to think of my blog as a casual conversation rather than a formal report. Sometimes I just type my thoughts down quickly. I should probably put more effort to proof reading and be more mindful of my grammar in the future.
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Step 6: Scroll all the way back to the top bar and click “Archiving”.
Thus if they’re not already following you on Twitter, they
may be inclined to do so based on any blog posts you write
about your tweets.