Blogging

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Blogging is awesome! Things people blog about is a different story! People have the right of freedom of speech. There are some mean and cruel people in this world. People tweet or blog  on so many different web site that’s it’s hard to believe the truth. This is the case for South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley. Tax fraud is a federal offense and to be wrongful accused of that crime is harsh. I enjoyed blogging because I respect my readers. Never would I</p><p> </p><p>publish false or misleading information. I also believe blogging can make you feel good about yourself. It represents you!  <img alt=”” src=”http://www.blogdefined.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/positve-negative.jpg&#8221; /></p>
Blogging has definitely impacted our society. It’s a fast way people can express themselves without leaving home. Some people can explain things better when they write there thoughts on paper or type them on computer. Although a lot of people have negative thoughts and negative thinking, just as many maybe more have positive thoughts and positive thinking. I think blogging is here to stay for many more years to come. I think blogging is here to stay because younger people love blogging. Studies show 42% of Americans under age 25 are the main bloggers. Age 45 and up 13% are blogging.

Blogging can create major problems! It can damage a persons life. Mental abuse can come from blogging. I feel sorry for some entertainers and athletes. The life were everything you do is published leaves you with limited privacy. I like the fact I can use blogging to express my personal feelings. I admit I was victim of a bad blog. I tweet something before the UofL LadyCards final four game that I now realize, it was mean. Once I seen the Golden Bears of California I tweet “Lets go LadyCards, beat these men!” Not nice! I’m sorry for that but we won!