This question can only be answered by those who actually blog, but since many of the readers of this blog are also bloggers, well...
I just lost a whole post I wrote about using a cell phone while driving (I'm in favor of it, if you must know). It's because of that goddamned AutoSave feature in the Blogger post editor. There is no way to simply turn it off, so here's what happens if you make a major mistake and accidentally highlight your post while writing, then type something else and in less than a second, BOOM!, that blasted motherfucking AutoSave saves the post with the new "changes", permanently deleting all your hard work.
I just wonder sometimes why I do this. It certainly isn't for money or fame, and I'm under no illusion that I'm changing the world with anything I write or post. Four years of blogging and all I get is heartache. That's right, you unfollowing jerks! I would have well over 500 "followers" by now if no one stopped following, but I've lost the majority of those because of something published here that some statist asshole (of the left or the right; you assholes are all the same to me, and I want no part of your stupid, phony left vs. right games) found "offensive".
Anyway, I'm tired most of the time from working and lack of sleep, and just don't have the energy to blog most of the time. I've got original posts I'm working on or planning, but it takes time and effort to write them, and with very little reward or return (hell, we can't even get many of you useless jerks to post a comment) I don't know anymore why I should continue to bother.
I'm still here for now, but unless something changes soon, like people really appreciating what we do here, I'm seriously considering throwing in the towel. How about you? A blogger's strike?
Now, if you want me to start saying what I really feel, like how I don't shed any tears when the agents of the state (my oppressors, including congresswomen and Federal judges) meet their demise (though I still feel it's wrong to do any violence against them), I will. You won't like it, but at least maybe I'll get a little more notice than usual.