I'm with you when it comes to ranting in blogs. Very few bloggers have strong enough grasp of language and and grammar and the skills required know how to rant with syle and only occasionally.
When I experience blogs with posts full of exaggeration and emotional language and ridiculous punctuation use like this > !!!!!!!???? I click out never to return. Thanks but no thanks.
I do the same if I experience a blog that has posts full of swearing and or adult content. This is not to say that I don't have an appreciation for nude art (I modeled for years). It'd also not to say that I don't believe that now and then a swear word in the correct one to use in a post.
It is to say that when I experience any blog and see content that the average person would be embarrassed to have appear on the front cover of their local newspaper to be viewed by grandparents and/or young children then I click out never to return again.
I recently had a blogger ask me in email if the styff they were posting in a public adult content blog would be available to prospective employers. Yes it will be and it will be in the wayback machine too. We all leave digital breadcrumb trails and i could identify and locate that person in leass than 10 minutes. The other aspect that person hadn't conidered is how they will react when their children find those images and words written of their mommy/daddy online in the future. The person deleted the ntire blog is using the URL removal tool. Google's cahe won't clear for 3 - 6 months.
P.S. Your blog is terrific and the photos are such an enhancement to your posts. I love the way you provide detailed captions.