Monday, January 29, 2007

Whiny-Ass Titty Baby Watch: Day 2.


Another day, and still banned from perusing the batshit craziness over at Kate's place. Come on, Kate, grow a pair. You know, like your hero, Ann Coulter.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wow,

Were you not the one who just recently went on a "my blog, my rules, if you don't like the rules too fucking bad, start your own blog" rant? Yep, that was you.

It also included this gem:

And one of my rules is that I don't tolerate commenters who wander in and decide to make themselves comfortable and set up shop for the foreseeable future, simply to pick fights with whatever I choose to write about.

For someone who bleats on about hypocrisy more than anyone else on the planet (my favourite is when you take two contrary opinions from two different people and declare them hypocritical), you might want to be a bit more consistent yourself.

CC said...

Oh, man, where to even begin here?

As most readers (and a large percentage of your more intelligent pets and house plants) will have understood, when I established the "My blog, my rules" maxim, it referred specifically and precisely to people commenting here. Is that clear enough for you, Olaf? Really, I want to make sure you understand that since, if you don't, the rest of this little beatdown will be lost on you.

What Kate has done is barred me from even reading her blog. See the difference there? Hmmm? Yes? And there's no way she can be retaliating for my acting uncivilly at her site since, to the best of my knowledge, I have never left a comment there. Ever.

So, Olaf, my young wingnut, can you now understand why your argument is utterly nonsensical? If you can't, get your rubber tree to explain it to you.

Anonymous said...

CC,

My bad - I get it, that is a bit different, no rubber tree necessary.

Although, in fairness, her blog, her rules, no? And no one can complain about those rules, because they're hers, and the only apply to her blog, right?

Or is it her blog, her rules, that are valid insofar as they conform to your rules? Please advise.

Also, I don't think a debate over blogging culture could possibly expose someone as a "wingnut". But, in your own defence, name calling is fun, and does makes the name caller feel good about themselves.

CC said...

Olaf,

If you simply misunderstood what this was all about, then all right, we're good here. Well, not quite.

You still don't seem to appreciate the significance of Kate having (as far as I can tell, at least) banned me from even reading her blog. I can't even imagine a rationale for that that isn't based on petulant childishness and cowardice.

Yes, I've banned the occasional whackjob from my site, but only after he or she finally became intolerable. But I've never even considered trying to keep someone from reading it.

Sure, it's obviously Kate's choice to block me from reading, just as it's my choice to point out how whiny and infantile that is. And this is the same woman who, once upon a time, described me as "someone who skulk[s] about on the toxic fringes of the leftosphere."

Yeah, that's rich. On the one hand, I'm just some cowardly, toxic, anonymous skulker. On the other hand, I am so indescribably dangerous that I must be prevented from reading Kate's neo-con rantings.

Tell you what, Olaf. Why don't you ask Kate why she's so scared of me? And let me know what she says. We could both use a good chuckle, no?

Anonymous said...

It's simple CC, Kate probably believes that you and the 70 or so other bloggers they've now accused of it, are me.

She had my IP blocked in Florida too :) - DMB locked me from viewing their blog a day later, and so did ferret face, Craig Taylor "conservative life"

You have to admit you've won in the exchange, when Kate is so scared of you reading her stuff and pointing out her crap that she has to try (ineffectually) I might add of blocking you from even reading it.

I mean if Only ALL the BTs across Canada would block out HUGE chunks of the Canadian internet from reading their blogs.

You have to give credit to Spanky and the Gang... even though they've got a "no grls allowed" sign posted on the door of "neat-o" pillow forts in their parents living rooms, from which they are broadcasting their messages, they aren't afraid to let people read their posts.

I think it's great CC.
Do you know Kate actually paid money to one of these proxify servers so that people using it wouldn't be able to comment even if they could at least look?

She's PAID MONEY to not have to deal with you :)

MW

Anonymous said...

MWW has a point...it might just be costing Kate money.....delicious, I wonder if I can be banned too?

I see a whole new vector of attack opening up....

CC said...

Mike asks:

"I wonder if I can be banned too"

Possibly, but to measure up to my lofty standards, you have to be banned without ever actually leaving a comment at Kate's site. Match that.

Anonymous said...

CC,

I admit, it is a bit odd to ban you from reading altogether, and I can't understand a rationale behind it. All I'm saying is that you complaining about how she administers her rules is no different then someone else complaining about how you administer your rules, even if they're less extreme.

Quick question: what's with the Brian theme? Do you like martini's or something? I don't get it. Nice banner though, in any case.

CC said...

Olaf writes:

"All I'm saying is that you complaining about how she administers her rules is no different then someone else complaining about how you administer your rules, even if they're less extreme."

Give it a rest, Olaf. Kate's "rules" are not simply more extreme, they are utterly nonsensical. Yes, it's different. Deal with it.

Anonymous said...

Yes, it's different. Deal with it.

I'll try.

Crabgrass said...

Banned from reading it. I am truly impressed.

Olaf, any finer points around the administration of one's own blog rules aside, you have to admit that's commendable.

Anonymous said...

It does not matter if you find her rules to be nonsensical, they are her rules. Pissing and moaning about them is pointless. The fact YOU don't like them is probably an added bonus for SDA.