Today is Friday, February 20, 2009.
I've been reading things on these threads recently that makes me wonder. What makes people post negative comments about other people? What is it that forces people into character assasination mode? If I don't like what a person posts that has a different opinon on a subject, I don't post personal comments about the person.... I may post my differing opinoin, but never attack a person's character. That's just not right.
Just about everyone has had, or will have a difference of opinion. Did you know that a person's opinion is never wrong. It's an opinion. Opinions are never right or wrong; opinions are your personal thoughts. They may not appear to be very logical, but an opinion is never wrong. However, what is wrong ... I've had some shots taken by people just because I came across STUPID in what I posted; and you know what, after reading it, I was pretty stupid. But just because I posted fairly stupid material, doesn't give other people the right to post personal attacks about my character. As much fun as that might seem... and trust me, sometimes what people post about me is funny, I don't deserve being called stupid. Humorous comments are always welcome, even when they highlight flaws in opinion. Like when a person has no idea what they post....
Something like this entry. I have no idea where I'm going with this, but I'm sure their are other people out there having the exact same senior moments, but are afraid to put them down in a post. That's the benefit of having your own blog.... you can put your thoughts down for anyone to see, and for anyone to take shots at. Thay can agree, diagree, or just plain ignore; and it won't hurt my feelings one bit. Even if no one reads this crap, I'm happy.
So if you're reading this crap and feel like you need to rip on me, feel free to do so. Sometimes, posts like this are good for the soul.
AND THE BEST THING ABOUT THIS POST . . . CBS CAN'T REMOVE IT BECAUSE IT DOESN'T FIT THEIR NEEDS..... take that CBS..!!!!
Till next time . . . Stay Well, and See You Somewhere, I Hope. . .