NOTE: These posts are going to be short for the next few nights as I recoup and get the eyesight and energy back to pre-treatment “norms.” I’ll do my best in the meantime, so keep checking in.
Columbus Day Celebration Dinner — Chicken with Peppers, Marinara and a Stuffed Artichoke
I was in ECV’s channel tonight after my cooking broadcast. I lost some energy tonight so I thought I’d take my nightly stroll around the channel bar early. It was a pretty big bore though. As usual, the only one really talking and stirring things up as usual is ECV. I’ve been accused of consorting with evil, but I choose not to get into the weeds.
I spent much of the day in Stacia’s room parked in there for most of the day. She was up in the top 3 – 4 on the channel bar most of the day and it looked like people were in there to see something revealing, but that wasn’t happening today. People continued to come in and out and ask and after I got done with the food broadcast and dropped into the room, she was asleep in bed — for hours.
I tuned into ECV’s channel tonight when he had the kid (Bloggo) that had trashed him after his initial launch. He spent a few minutes with the kid. It sounded like Bloggo had a real chip on his shoulder about fellow bloggers and was taking off on one blogger that seems to write up a good wrap up of JTV channels — Gossiphound. He was challenging him on his knowledge and the authenticity of what he blogs. My retort is that it is a BLOG — a Weblog:
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I don’t know how old this guy is. He claims to be 18, but doesn’t appear to be. He’s got that moderator’s power trip thing going which was made clear when he told ECV that he needed to put his mod status back and then he would go in and “ban everyone.” Now, how would that be good for ECV’s viewer numbers? This is not a PC site, it’s also not really meant for kids, and certainly not for minors, so the guidelines for what constitutes a ban in ECV’s room should probably be posted so that people know what to expect and how far they can take things. Hate speech, illegal talk, demeaning comments directed at an individual, etc. But banning because a kid doesn’t like things that are said in the room not directed at anyone in particular is not what I’d think ECV would like to see happen in his room.
Having a kid try to tell me or any other blogger what we should or should not write about in our online journal is not going to fly with me. It’s my opinion and I have stated that since day one and will continue to write this stream of consciousness babble and as always, it’s a choice.
You can read or not read, comment or not comment, but this is a wrap up of what I see, hear and what I do on JTV. I am not paid by JTV or any other organization or individual, so I write what comes to mind.
Bring it Bloggo, we’ll see whose up to the task.