I accidentally came upon a blog the other day and it was written by someone who calls himself “Skaive, the Keeper”. On the blog, there is a post there that reveals secret files of one of the most secretive bloggers organization in the world, if there ever is such a thing, and it is named as “The Hectic Capiznon Bloggers 2009“. The story could be fiction or maybe not.

 

Skaive is one of the select few who knows about the existence of this group and after a long time of silence, keeping in the shadows of this group, he decided that it is time to let the world know that the Hectic Capiznon Bloggers is real and they are finally here. All members of this group are Capizenos and all are very well educated in electronics and computers. Their specialty is blogging and the internet is their playground.

 

Skaive also revealed to his blog readers that the members of the Hectic Capiznon Bloggers wanted a sort of second name for their group. They voted for it and eventually, their leader, Chromedome, gave a name suggestion and it was voted unanimously. They now call themselves the “Dream Team” of Blogging.

 

On the latest post of the Keeper, he has decided it is time for everyone to get to know the members of this group and so he decided to start introducing them all starting with the life story of their leader, Chromedome. His story is quite interesting, with his mother dying after giving birth to him and was then raised by his dad. It would have been hard for him growing up without a mother. It’s a good thing that Skaive, the Keeper kept an eye out on him all his life. His story wasn’t told completely so I am still waiting for it’s continuation. I do hope Skaive could post it out soon. Be sure to check out his blog and get to know the “Hectic Capiznon Bloggers 2009“.

A computer instructor on a college in our place. Loves to draw, watch anime, surf the web and spend quality time with a special someone. Owner of the Hectic Capiznon Bloggers 2009 blog.

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