An Anthology of Thoughts...
Arbitrary, Capricious and Wacky
Pretty much, oui.
So far I would agree. Although, I did get one anonymous comment that wasn't like that. Ironically, I actually knew who that person was because they said the same thing to me in a chat window after reading one of my posts.
Oh oops. I'm sorry I commented to an above post even though I don't know you. I like it when random people comment and didn't know it's considered to be like a flaming bag of crap. Sorry.
Exmormon Lesbian!! Welcome to the party!To be completely honest, most of the anonymous commenters I've had actually haven't been too bad. It's the drive-by visitors, who read half a post, get offended, and then over-react to the content in an anonymous comment.So... In short... You're TOTALLY WELCOME!And looks like I have a new blog to keep tabs on as well!
Oh yeah. I agree about the anon people who just stop by to rant. I am just starting a new blog. I had a blog that I took down about 5 years ago. I'm just getting back into the blogging thing and I'm not telling anyone I know in real life about it. But when I had my other blog, someone stopped by to rant about me concerning my opinion about a bridge in Massachusetts. Ha. So, yeah, that was a bag of poop. A funny bag of poop though. :-)
When I started my blog I was really afraid that people I know would find it and stop by to rant, argue, complain about me, etc. Well, none of that ever happened. In actuality, I found myself begging some family members to read it. LOL! My mom and sisters read a few articles but they are just not blog readers. Although, just recently, I did get my sister to proof read my "Lying for the Lord" post. Anyway, after over a year of catharsis, writing, venting, etc. some anonymous poster did flyby to set me "straight" (read: "pick a fight" aka "gay-bait") me. Interestingly enough, I had gotten to a point where I didn't care. I was able to respond without getting all worked up too much. It turned out to be cathartic in the end. Good times.So, welcome to the Ex-Mo blog-world. Also called "Outer Blogness".
When I started, I was still kinda Mormony and ultra conservative - Kill 'em all, let god sort it out... I even sent the address to my parents and suggested they stop by on occasion.1 year later, they still hadn't visited and I was having a crisis of faith, not to mention having morphed into a socialism loving liberal...A year later they found it...We haven't really spoken since.