So, If you look at the top of the page, there's that little blue banner. On the left side, you'll find "Search Blog", "Flag Blog" and "Next Blog". So, say you're bored and you want to find some new blogs you're not aware of. "Next Blog" must take you somewhere neat, right? OK, there are a lot of blogs out there, but some percent of the ones you'd find randomly must be worth a look, right?
Even if 10% of them are fun to find that would be OK, wouldn't it? Heck, you can just keep clicking until you find a good one. Gook luck. You'll be clicking for an awfully long time.
First problem: Most of the blogs you'll find aren't even in English! WTF? How dare a bunch of furiners put up blogs in their native tongues. The nerve. Also, you'll find that approximately 99.9% of the blogs in Spanish are devoted to Futbol.
And there's some, like this one, that are written in English by people who don't speak it all that well. I suppose the effort should be applauded, but, booooooring.
30% of all blogs are hosted by 11-year-old girls. They like Hello Kitty. (I've now informed you of all of their content, so you don't need to go look.) Here's one that's essentially an extended text message.
You'll also run across a gajillion blogs that were started, have three posts and were then abandoned.
How about the ones that concentrate exclusively on one subject that's of interest to exactly one person in the entire world?
How about this one? Obsess much? Just for the hell of it, scroll through all 8 posts and look at the highly thoughtful comments. And what's with the kid in the "My Mom Rocks" T-shirt? Kid, your mom is famously dead!
As near as I can tell, most of the Japanese blogs are devoted to poetry. And food. And poetry about food. There might be some poetic food, but that's just a guess.
There are a lot of Christian blogs. Most of these are hosted by 15 year old girls who have outgrown Hello Kitty.
I've just spent the last 20 minutes clicking "Next Blog" in the hope of finding something really cool to tell you all about. I didn't find it.