There’s too much to say in too little time because a lot is going on at every level. 

I’ll try to use this space to address CIRCUS members on many topics. 


Our newest room addition is for Music Adverts.
The 2022 archive audit yielded some more duplicate back issues, (‘60s through the ’00s) that we can give away to our best members. Watch for details - this isn’t for the outsiders. 


We’ll educate those who were too young to be there in the 1980’s about WHY you don’t support artists who haven't paid their dues. 


@$$ kissing-pretender-liar-cheater-thief ML had 6,000+ followers 24 hours ago, he now has over 11,000! He just bought an additional 5,000 robot followers to make him APPEAR big because he is truly SO small in his Canadian man cave. Keep learning the right things to say so you’ll continue to fool those who don’t know you’re full of sh!t. WE know and we’ll call you out! 

I have a list of these FAKE losers that I’m going to joyfully expose! The first to be shown will be everyone who took advantage of CIRCUS Magazine over the last several years. There are also too many businessmen who don’t care about the music community that are trying to profit off of us and we’ll point them out as well. 


How many of these mistakes have YOU seen on other “music” pages?

They... :
Don’t have a website.

Overhype everything to the point that no one believes what they say.

Shamelessly kiss @$$ to be noticed.

Overpost daily, believing quantity over quality is better.

Stalk other sites for content to steal & use without crediting the source.

Buy fake followers / likes / shares for their page and posts.

Share dog walking / selfies / family / food pics.

Ride the trend waves to feel included.

Post sports / political / non-music related content.

Create sympathy spots for attention (“My health is ...”)

Post insincere tributes for the deceased, knowing nothing about them.

Name drop - trying to impress others with who they’ve met.

Post their favorites at a 10 to 1 ratio over others. Are unbalanced & erratic.

Try too hard to be famous - always seeking recognition: “See me? Look at me!”

Duplicate posts (identical content shared twice, minutes apart).

Use poor quality images of every kind.

Hastily create posts without any care or work put into them.

Tease their audience with promises never kept, lying to them repeatedly.

Are a “one-man” team. They need editors to be good.

Don’t try to separate themselves from their competition.

Clutter the newsfeed running the same group of posts three times a day.

Won’t branch out through other media companies.

Have no transparency with their supporters because they’re fake.

Type all sentences together without using paragraphs for easier reading.

Rerun previous posts without expanding them.

Create conflict among their fans for amusement.

Don’t have a life outside of being online during their waking hours.

Embarrass those of us in the music scene who are real.
These observations are not directed toward anyone I’ve friended on fb. If they apply, consider hiring an honest assistant / editor who could help you improve.