Wednesday, July 25, 2012
You see, even though I will never agree with Mr. Hubbs on the subject of vaccinations, there are certain things we might be able to agree upon, and therefore I have extended the olive branch so to speak to determine what Mr. Hubbs would think about me renaming this blog to remove his name from both the URL as well as from the title. He has expressed "concern" about this blog using his name in the past, and recent events have made me question whether it is appropriate.
Of course in return I would hope that Mr. Hubbs would agree to do the same for his own blog. Perhaps he could rename it to "ProVaccineBabyKiller" or something equally as clever, but I'll leave that up to him. I'm not talking about removing existing content nor am I speaking about further blog posts - the only point of discussion here is the removal of the name "Lowell Hubbs" from the blog name and URL. It is possible that Mr. Hubbs would like to use his name on his own blog which is fine by me.... that is his call.
I left my comment on his blog several days ago but it has yet to be published, so as of now I have no idea what his opinion on the matter might actually be. I would envision this blog transforming into a general blog about vaccine conspiracy theorists rather than simply focusing upon Mr. Hubbs, but before I take any action I would like to get Mr. Hubbs' opinion.
Now it is possible he simply has not read the comment yet, and it is possible he really doesn't have a response, but I'm going to give him the benefit of the doubt in the hopes he will reach out to me and let his opinion be known. That is part of the reasoning behind this post since I know he does read this blog so I'm sure he will (eventually) see this post and be able to offer his opinion.
So with all of that said, if anyone has any ideas for a new name for the blog, by all means leave them in the comments.
Edit (07/27/12): The blog has officially been renamed to The Vaccine Conspiracy Theorist and the new url is http://vaccineconspiracytheorist.blogspot.com/. Unfortunately this means old bookmarks, favorites, shortcuts, and links will no longer function properly, but in time I hope those who have visited the blog in the past will be able to find it again.