Damn Bloggers

Submitted by: dunno source via Oddly Specific

He’s right though…we’re not real writers.

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58 Responses to Damn Bloggers

  1. Vince says:

    Let me guess, Coffeehouse?

  2. JD says:

    Where is this? What sort of establishment is this? What is the back story?

    • Humm. says:

      To me it sounds like a Café with computers available for use.

    • user 6437378 says:

      My thoughts also. Pretty pointless without any other info really.

    • Ben Huh says:

      It’s from SXSW.

    • Essayons says:

      It’s a place where a bunch of Liberals go to type with their tears and be Quasi-Intellectual.

    • Mr. Skungeous says:

      Do go on; the depth and breadth of your masterful non-sequitur assault upon liberal ideals leaves me breathless in anticipation of your further cutting insights.

      This is why the red states can’t have nice things.

    • Essayons says:

      Self-pwn.

      I iz inn r3d stat3 i duznno what yous speaking aboots.

      Please, keep cramming enlightenment freely into your brain until it explodes. For all conservatives can’t have it anyway. It’s nice when the world is black and white isn’t it. Keep thinking!

    • Mr. Skungeous says:

      Basic coherence might lend some credibility to your argument. Oh wait, you said “pwn,” so I guess that’s an automatic win for you, eh? Truly you are a tower of wit and a refutational Rock of Gibraltar.

    • the_Betard says:

      Pulling fancy words out of your dictionary doesnt make you smart, or a good writer.

    • Gina says:

      …but using them in the correct context is a WIN.

    • the_Forigs says:

      and thats what a thesaurus is for, don’t be butthurt cuz he knows how to use these fancy “words”

  3. That Guy says:

    This is from the most recent SXSE fest that one of the organizers/venues put up.

  4. Lizard says:

    I’ve been out of the party scene for a few years now…do people really try to brag about their blogs to get into clubs nowadays? Is that the latest status symbol? Hey guys that run Oddly Specific, you get a lot of hits, have you ever tried using your popularity to get into the VIP room?

  5. Josh says:

    I think this is from the SXSW Festival earlier this year, at a bar or some other small venue where bands were playing.

  6. 5150 says:

    Who shot Miss Scarlet in the Library???

  7. rg says:

    Austin, TX . During SXSW. Beerland.

    • Vince says:

      Actually, that answers all questions.

      Beerland rules.

    • Chugwater says:

      If it was in Beerland, the guy making the sign could have saved a lot of time and space if he just wrote:

      “TURN OFF THE DAMN COMPUTER AND DRING YOUR FRIGGIN’ BEER!”

    • Chugwater says:

      Eh…oops

      “DRINK”

      Sorry

  8. Seibee says:

    Internet cafe, yo.

  9. lameo says:

    Anyone know where this is? I’m just wondering if the anti-blogger sentiment is relevant or not.

  10. xarexerax says:

    This *has* to be a coffeehouse.

  11. Chris says:

    This sounds like it’d be funny if I knew what it was talking about. The first sentence in particular.

  12. Music-chan says:

    The irony! It burns!

  13. Captain Ned says:

    That has to be an Apple Store on iPad Launch Day.

  14. mike says:

    thats from sxsw music festival

  15. Wretch says:

    Pretty sure it was a venue during SXSW

  16. Random says:

    Something tells me they won’t hit max capacity, cause I for one wouldn’t want to see what the service/treatment you’d get from that establishment.

    • mAlise_teh_nova says:

      i disagree–i expect the propieter’s just sick ov a bunch ov useless ‘music critics’ expecting preferential treatment (like anyöne who really knows or cares about music would be caught dead at XSSW anyway).

    • Rabid Badger says:

      A lot of amazing shit goes down @ SxSW. Many people who know and care about music; people more passionate and knowledgeable than you, definitely go to this Fest. But, alot of posers and crappy shoegazing emo blogotastic fanatics show up too. I’d totally patronize that venue, If just for the break from skinny jeans, backward golf barres, and designer military cut corduroy hats.

    • satsumo says:

      You know how much music knowledge mAlise_teh_nova has just from reading that post? Wow, thats really clever. Anyone would think you were just talking from limited view of what music knowledge is, in fact your psychic.

    • eriatarka says:

      Also, my military cut corduroy hat makes a fantastic winter hat for work on the airport ramp, tyvm. I’m sensitive about my hat.

    • CP says:

      I would love to patronize that place so that I didn’t have to hang out with the idiots who would be offended by that sign.

    • Avi Freakin' Hartman says:

      Random: “I expect to be treated like the unique snowflake I am every time I deign to darken the door of your establishment.”

      Beerland: “Go fuck yourself.”

  17. roa says:

    The last line is what makes it hilarious.

  18. whifflepuff says:

    It was on Laughing Squid a couple weeks ago.

  19. Sarge says:

    It’s either a bar, a night-club, or some sort of similar venue.
    Where, apparently, a lot of people try and get in by saying: “Do you know how popular my blog is?”

  20. No me gusta este restaurante. Ay ay ay.

  21. ChinchillaFur says:

    Apparently this is a sign posted outside Beerland, a bar in Austin, TX.

  22. Furriner says:

    Hotdog stand in Toronto?

  23. Randee says:

    I seem to remember seeing this pop up during this year’s SXSW coverage in Austin, Texas.

  24. Alpha-Beta says:

    Suddenly business halted as bloggers everywhere denounced them to t the world as the worst place to go imaginable. Bloggers have that power, be afraid, be VERY afraid.

  25. woot says:

    awesomeness in poster form !

  26. heidrance says:

    I don’t know, but the person who wrote this may be my new hero.

  27. Astragali says:

    “Bloggers aren’t real writers” is too much of a blanket statement to go unchallenged… Maybe people found this person’s blog too boring (and that’s why *I* don’t write one 🙂 )

  28. IGAH says:

    If they are such good bloggers shouldn’t they have the Internet at their own house and not have the need to use public wi-fi? And I agree completely with whoever had to write this out in such simple English.

  29. Abe says:

    Full of win 😀

  30. aphexZero says:

    Hahaha, great WIN!

  31. Amy says:

    No me gusta este restaurante. Ay ay ay.

  32. Justin says:

    Do you know who I am?! I created CoolCatsClub.com!!!

    One word from me and your establishment will go up in smoke!

  33. Incrediburgers says:

    It was a one-in/one-out situation with YOUR MOM LAST NIGHT!
    Oh, snap!
    And she definitely hit capacity – in more ways than one…

    • Bug_Out says:

      One-in/one-out and you were done? That’s pretty sad actually. If it continues to be a problem, I would suggest seeing a doctor. 😉

  34. Jasmine says:

    This is actually a Fight Club reference.

  35. I can recognize that writing. That’s Max from Beerland. I love Max. He also has a blog, and it’s probably better than yours.

  36. Livvy says:

    I love this sign! It seems like 90% bloggers are self important windbags who think they are celebrities, like they are contributing something valuable to the world, and that people will actually care if they suddenly stopped ‘blogging’. This 90% are mistaken. The other 10% work for the Cheezeburger network, *do* contribute something valuable to the world, and *would* be sorely missed if they disappeared.

  37. The One says:

    I especially like that the “post this in your blog” part isn’t there below the picture.

    I hope that’s on purpose.

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