C.B.A. Blog Post.

As you might know (or not), I am taking part in the Post A Week 2011 Challenge here on WordPress. So far, I have managed to post a blog every week, each time managing to find a subject to write about.

This week, I couldn’t be bothered to really write about anything. However, I felt that if I didn’t post a blog on here by the end of the week I would have failed the challenge somehow. So instead, I have decided to post a link to a blog post that I found via twitter, written by someone I follow, Chris aka @NotQuiteCool, from a website called Cinematic Leftovers.  It’s on the subject of hate – in particular the hatred towards the likes of Bieber, Twilight and Glee.  It’s a very interesting post, and makes some very good points.  Anyway, forget my feeble description of it – just read it yourself here:

http://www.cinematic-leftovers.co.uk/2011/02/opinion-where-is-the-love/

That is all.

3 thoughts on “C.B.A. Blog Post.

  1. Rachel February 20, 2011 / 10:25 pm

    I also write for the site 🙂 Thanks very much for the plug 😀 Your blog is freaking adorable 😀 x

    • lyns27 February 21, 2011 / 9:08 pm

      You’re welcome! I only just came across your site yesterday and after looking at it, I’ll definitely be paying regular visits to it!

      And thanks for the comment about mine! 🙂

  2. Chris February 23, 2011 / 11:11 pm

    Thanks for this article and link by the way. As I’m sure you’re aware with your own blog, it’s nice to know that people are reading and enjoying.

    😀

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