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The Blogger's Syndrome

by Rahul (writer), Manama, August 10, 2013

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IINJ has confirmed the existence of the bloggers syndrome

Its official now, research team from the IINJ has confirmed the existence of the bloggers syndrome. After three years of intense research and studies on 1000 regular bloggers across the country, the founder of the institute IINJ and the head of its research team Dr. Nut Job have officially announced the presence of this deadly disorder in 80% of their test subjects.

It is been reported that this senseless discovery has stunned the blogging community as many of the mainstream bloggers self diagnosed this disease after its official release. The leading news channels are showing their concern for the ailing bloggers across the country by broadcasting hourly debates with the full participation of all the available politicians and religious heads. The ruling and opposition political parties have decided to bring a law in the next session of the parliament to ban blogs; twitter and facebook are also on the verge of banishment so that any future syndromes can be prevented. On light of this matter the US president addressed the world early this morning and proclaimed that United States of America will keep a watchful eye over this matter by means of UAVs and will intervene if necessary. These move by the US also led to a heavy loss in the site traffic of the Indian blogs as most of the governments around the world blocked Indian sites due to the worry that the disease might be contagious.

In an exclusive interview to an exclusive news channel Dr. Nut has detailed his fist encounter with this peculiar disorder. ‘It was in the last quarter of the year 2008 that I detected an irregularity in the behaviors of few of my students, told Dr. Nut Job. I observed these personals closely for one month and found out that each person showed similar pattern of weirdness in their behavior which deviated from their former boring selves. So I widened my study and observed, sudden rise in curiosity, concern about earth and humanity, increase in reading habits, involvement in political and social matters, extreme obsession towards writing and as the most common symptoms of this disease. I dedicated my life and work for the past three years in the research of this disorder and found it to be an acute disorder which can lead to deadly outcomes, that is creating passionate humans and reformed societies so in order to control it, it is highly recommend that the infected individuals be isolated from societies to save the rest. I personally request the government to put a ban on the freedom of expression through words, especially those which uses reason and logic’.



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By melanie jean juneau on August 10, 2013 at 07:55 pm

perfect, humourous, intelligent.. I am still grinning and thinking about this piece

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By Uttam Gill on August 10, 2013 at 10:41 pm

Great piece of writing... To hell with those who are suffering from CAVE mentality...These are the one after bloggers....hahahaa....CAVE means...CONSISTENTLY AGAINST VIRTUALY EVERYTHING… Long live the bloggers...

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By TonyBerkman on August 17, 2013 at 06:53 am

adsf dsf

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By Credo on August 20, 2013 at 07:59 am

Good job!

This article should have gone under the heading humor.

Credo

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