There was a librarian, obviously the one who had to handle a large number of books throughout the day as his routine job. Since he was so much in the midst of the books on different subjects, he was naturally expected to be a knowledgeable man. His problem was that he himself had no interest in books, hence no reading at all at his level. His other problem was that he did not want to disappoint those who held him in great respect as a learned man. He thought of a device to overcome this snag. What he did was that he vigilantly kept a watch on the visitors to the library, and the moment he noticed some one entering the library hall, he immediately took a position in his chair focussing his head towards the open pages of some book in his hands to leave an impression in the mind of the new visitor that he was deeply involved in reading. His trick worked, and he was acknowledged by one and all as a prolific reader.
This is exactly the story behind many a readers of different blog posts. They pose to manifest as if they are going through it thoroughly from heading to the bottom of the articles building up a reputation for themselves as well versed on the topic, whereas factually speaking, the position is just the otherwise in several cases. They may at least have the patience to absolve the gist of the articles glancing over the pages a bit more thoroughly. We as bloggers, after all, respect our readers, the very source of an inspiration to us.