In the theory Bloggernacles have people which write. Then bloggernaclers talk of things they know not, but believe is true, because revelation is entitled upon those whom it falls upon with its own will. But do they really exist? What evidence exists to make us suppose they are not or really are not just hypothetically really real? People who seem real are not who they really are at all, because it is all just an image, a false perception, conjured more in the reader's mind of what the writer is like, moreso than the writer is actually writing. The reader is reading things in the writer never intended, so while the writer must necessarily be real, it is the reader that is in fact unreal, because their perception is so innacurate, because what the reader thinks the writer is writing just cannot really be the case. A bit like leprechauns and Santa Claus really.


nicolaepadigone said... @ November 27, 2006 at 9:20 AM

woohooo, I've been snarklenacled!!!!!

LDS Patriot said... @ November 27, 2006 at 1:08 PM

I know I’m doing well when I get an honorable mention from sNarcissist.

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