Picture this: You log in to your social media account. You see the same old things, pictures of cats, surreal memes, and your old high school friends who have gained a lot of weight or are trying to sell you something from a MLM. One day, your routine is changed, when you come across a blog that says drinking soda is like drinking cancer.
1.) Blogs often contain false information
Blogs are a huge reason the “fake news” is a thing, any hack can write on a blog. The most common free platforms you’ll see is .blogspot or .wordpress. (This isn’t to say anyone who uses these are hacks.)
2.) They’re a waste of time
Blogs are often a waste of time for both the writer and the reader. No one wants to read a 10 part series. Nothing new is contributed to the field they’re writing about except maybe the writer says it in a way that you’ve never heard it put before if they’re lucky.
3.) Clicks over content
Anyone can fall into this mindset. You’re thinking of the most controversial thing to talk about or something relevant so you can get the some clicks so you feel like your life is worth something. (Especially this SITE)
This is short and sweet because I don’t want you to waste too much time. Go read something peer-reviewed.
The popular book ‘Jesus calling’ by Sarah Young has faced criticism from Christians worldwide. Many users have complained that Jesus has left them on read and won’t call them back.
The popular phone carrier T-Mobile brought a new technology that categorizes numbers as scammers from known scamming numbers.
A random guy on Facebook who uses T-Mobile commented
“I’m really glad that T-Mobile introduced this feature, to keep away all those people trying to sell me a boat, car insurance or moral therapeutic deism.“
Joseph Smith encountering the divine, or Edward’s sparkly skin, whichever.
- Stephenie Meyer is a Mormon 
- She wrote Twilight
- Therefore, Twilight is Mormon.
You might ask what sparkly blood-sucking vampires playing baseball in a dark field has to do with Mormonism, well, it all started on the planet Kolob. The good angels were manifested into humans and the bad angels were manifested into the blood-sucking fearsome beast you see in your nightmares, played by Robert Pattinson. You see, the reason that Edward has the sparkly skin is because he wore the special underwear too long, producing a glistening effect with his epidermis via sunlight. He is basically a daywalker like Blade, but without the cool combat skills. You see, Edward is one of the many deities in Mormonism. Bella, his lover, becomes a deity through celestial martial coitus and ceremonial vampire biting.
Do you remember Rayne from Bloodrayne? The water burned her, the reason for this is that the waters are cursed.
Behold, I, the Lord, in the beginning blessed the waters; but in the last days, by the mouth of my servant John, I cursed the waters. Wherefore, the days will come that no flesh shall be safe upon the waters. And it shall be said in days to come that none is able to go up to the land of Zion upon the waters, but he that is upright in heart. . . . And now I give unto you a commandment that what I say unto one I say unto all, that you shall forewarn your brethren concerning these waters, that they come not in journeying upon them, lest their faith fail and they are caught in snares; I, the Lord, have decreed, and the destroyer rideth upon the face thereof, and I revoke not the decree. Wherefore, let those concerning whom I have spoken, that should take their journey in haste–again I say unto you, let them take their journey in haste. And it mattereth not unto me, after a little, if it so be that they fill their mission, whether they go by water or by land; let this be as it is made known unto them according to their judgments hereafter.
The reason Vampires and half-vampire/half-humans can procreate is because there is no virgin birth in Mormonism.
“Christ was begotten by an Immortal Father in the same way that mortal men are begotten by mortal fathers. “
If you like the Twilight series, you’re a Mormon
 Stephanie Meyer is a Mormon
 Doctrine and Covenants 61:14-22
 Mormon Doctrine by Bruce McConkie p.547
Bella as Mormon Goddess
The Real Issue with Mormonism
is the Mormon my Brother? by Dr. James White
Image Credit: Soulbust Own Work, CC BY-SA4.0
Columbus, Ohio. 15 year old Rob Knewall delivered an inspiring message to his sophmore High School Class on the deep topics of life, philosophy of religion, public policy, the interaction between world governments and resolutions on climate change.
“We need to be taken seriously on these important issues, just because we are young and inexperienced and haven’t done a day’s research in our entire lives doesn’t mean we don’t have something important to say.” Knewall said as he popped in a Tide Pod which he remarked was “delicious.”
Knewall was later admitted to the hospital, while there he reportedly complained about why his health bill wouldn’t be free and accused the doctors of being “TidePodPhobic”.
The Tide Pod Generation wants to tell us about common sense. We’d better listen up.
Tide Pods are for laundry, not consumption. Do not eat them.