Dear Open Letter,
I’m writing this to you because I don’t know you personally and so by writing this I can create the illusion of giving you some great advise when really I’m totally driven by my own need to be heard.
I was always passive aggressive. I find that it’s a lot easier to give my opinions freely when I’m quite sure the recipient will never hear them, but, just like at high school, as long as the people at the back of the bus do, that is enough to satisfy me.
You’re probably more famous than me. However, I’m a really normal person or I’ve been around for longer so my opinions are way more valid than yours.
So – please take this advise which will be delivered with sarcasm, patronisation, superiority and if I’ve succeeded in touching enough equally opinionated people in publishing this, also a keen air of moral victory.
I don’t know you personally. I wish I did. I’m gathering everything I know from your work and any surrounding PR because that’s all I need to understand you, and because I feel you don’t understand something that I do, I am going to counter your idiocy with my own idiocy as it kind of cancels everything out, don’t you think?
My advise to you is simple. Think what I do. Do what I say. Be who I am. Because I’m more right than you.
If anyone in your circle hasn’t already pointed this out to you, they are just trying to make money out of you. I’m not. But you know, hits on my blog don’t hurt.