I can be a bit of a blabbermouth, figuratively, on the internet(especially on facebook).Sometimes what I write is relevant and at least interesting. Other times, I really didn't have to post anything. The internet is a platform that a lot of people use to broadcast their personality and their deepest convictions. I really started thinking about what I said/wrote after watching this part of Craig Ferguson's stand-up routine.There is indeed something to just keeping a thought to yourself. I struggle to do that a lot of the time because for me, the internet is the only time I'm really speaking. I spend a lot of time in my own head, and it feels very nice to air out my thoughts for other people to mull over.Still, sometimes there are things that don't have to be said, especially right now, and especially not by myself. What do you think, folks?Does it matter, in this world of tweets about breakfast, whether something you put out in the world is relevant to anything? If what you say is witty, does it negate irrelevancy? These are things I think about before posting...well, sometimes. Sometimes I just want to be irrelevant.
I'm working on it.