That’s exactly what I’m trying to get at in this blog post! Recycling content is okay for small bloggers such as ourselves — I believe. There is definitely an argument for its usefulness.

As is the case with comedians, they don’t just make up new jokes every standup. They allow for “freestyle,” but they have a pretty good idea at where the joke is going.

The fact that you became vulnerable in that comment made me really appreciate of how open it was to criticism. Think about that. That is what gets you fans that stick around, arguably.

Let’s learn from each other, however. This blog post is only a door way into the ethics of blogging, what’s okay and what’s off limits/not recommended.

I think that that discussion starts with vulnerable perspectives such as the one you displayed above.

Thank you Zachary! As always, it’ s a pleasure.

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