First: What happens on the bloggernacle, stays on the bloggernacle.
Second: The latest comment will be more controversial than the original post.
Third: The current post is more important to us than whatever we said last week.
Fourth: If the prophet leads the church astray, the bloggernacle will be sure to point it out. (Also, even if he doesn’t.)
Fifth: The commenter is not required to have any particular credentials or training in order to call the original poster to repentance.
Sixth: The commenter does not have to say “This is just my opinion” for it to be just her opinion.
Seventh: Whether you need to know it, or want to know it, or wish you’d never heard it, you can find someone on the bloggernacle vehemently defending it.
Eighth: The feminism of the bloggernacle is not limited by men’s reasoning.
Ninth: The bloggernacle can start flame wars on any matter – temporal, spiritual, ontological, ecumenical, grammatical, fiscal, or edible.
Tenth: The blogger may be involved in your local congregation. (Little do you know!)
Eleventh: The two groups who have the most difficulty following the bloggernacle are the proud who are Correlated and the proud who still have dial-up.
Twelfth: The bloggernacle will not be popular with the popular.
Thirteenth: The bloggernacle and its blogs make up the unwashed masses – the lowest quorum in the church.
Fourteenth: Threats will get you nowhere.
- 28 October 2010