I hear from you everyday. No matter what, the comments are always hateful and mean spirited and always end with a God reference. I do take my advice to others: People are going to say what they want on a computer. Internet courage is great. Internet courage is like a Cover-2 corner in Football. You’ve got a safety over the top, you feel better about yourself. You got that one-on-one coverage, you back off a little bit. That’s how you have to look at “anonymous” comments no matter how mean-spirited they are! The ironic thing is I “know” the person, your IP address gives you away.
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The Anonymous folks (many of them anyway, there are some who use “Anonymous” because they don’t acquire a Google identity) love to get a rise out of bloggers by their almost always negative comments. One thing is always the same though, they always are “Anonymous” which tells you something about their character. Consider the source.
what does SMH mean.
and anne marie really needs to chill
I vote for the internet not allowing anonymous comments. There is so much hate and ugliness behind anonymous commenters.
Being of the open minded bordering on slightly enlightened guru set I have a higher power, or god, of my own understanding. This power loves and brings light into my life. It’s a power that works with me and I work with it. My “god” does not judge nor make anonymous comments. As I learned from my mother as a very young child ” If you cannot say something good, say nothing at all”. I stick with the good.
hey anonymous: (1) there is no god, (2) you are a coward if you don’t have the balls to sign your name, (3) you live in your mommy’s basement, (4) fuck off!