Punk Catholic Thought of the Week IV
I have just realised what the Catholic blogosphere desperately needs . . .A short while ago, a good friend, whom I've met only online but whom I know quite well, sent me a link to one strip which he said reminded him of me . . .
A Web comic!!!
(See original post: At Least!)
LOL! I must say, though, whether or not anyone believes me: I was never in it for that sort of publicity. After that sort of publicity found me, anyway, I realised that the only real way to deal with it was with a sense of humour--even if it turned out to be something else about me that didn't always rub people the right way.
This Web comic is hosted on the blog Dead Marlo, which is run by a real magician! His main blog is The Weekly Magic Failure. If you visit it and go through the archives, you'll understand why he describes himself to fellow online magicians as "the guy you should hate!"
(See original post: Stalker Romanticism)
It was nice to stumble upon a part of the blogging cosmos I have never been before--and very nice to think of all the other blogging communities I have yet to discover. There must be little virtual neighbourhoods for everyone from crafts enthusiasts to chocolate connoisseurs. Indeed, the general blogosphere must be one big, bohemian city with the most colourful characters imaginable!
Now where was I?
While I could never even aspire to join the Magic community, I must say that the parallels between the Who's Who of the Magic world and the Who's Who of the Catholic world are striking . . .
(See original post: It Must Be Painful)
Strikingly funny, that is!
It is a sad reflection on the more serious, sales-driven sectors of the Catholic Blogosphere that it has not yet attracted, nurtured and promoted its own Juvenal.