It is up and running and although it still needs a little tweaking I am ready to go viral.
I am talking about my domain SirFrancoBolli.org where I am hosting my blog Princess and I.
In a few weeks I will be only posting on SirFrancoBolli.org but for the time being I’ll be posting on both SirFrancoBolli.org and francobolli666.wordpress.org.
I sincerely hope we, Princess and I will be finding you on SirFrancoBolli.org very soon.
We’ve read stories about blogs that are shut down without warning because their content is a violation against the rules of the blog hosting company.
Let me give an example.
As a user of Pinterest I was asked, a few days ago, to remove an image because it was against their rules, referring to nudity that was “not artistic”.
Who the hell are those idiots to decide what is art and what is not?
One could establish a set of rules of course and even then the line between art and porn or whatever will be very thin.
There are a zillion images on Pinterest that show naked people and my image was an artsy one of a woman dressed in ropes. And yes, I guess one could see the shadow of a nipple. One can find lots of nipples on Pinterest.
Maybe Pinterest’s censorship is based on personal taste what makes it even worse.
So I was asked politely by some frustrated idiot to remove the “offending” image which I did ending my subscription too.
I do not need Pinterest or whatever but they need us, users, who generate their income. If we do not use their services they go broke, it is that simple.
Unfortunately the masses prefer accepting censorship to free speech.
Don’t get me wrong on this as there are of course boundaries to freedom of speech like inciting hate, racism, pedophilia, bestiality and so on.
I have tweaked my blog on SirFrancoBolli.org and I am in a very bad mood and I’m working for Pinterest too, an underpaid side job and I have found two horrendous images that I think should need to be removed, not only from Pinterest.com but from the Internet too.
As soon as possible.
Don’t forget… SirFrancoBolli.org