Let's check in on Kathy Shaidle, as she whines about how hard life is these days:
“Because of my blog, I get death threats all the time. And, more amusingly, rape threats from men who’ve just telling me how ugly I am. There’s one particular left-wing site that has been obsessing over my talk here, hinting that they planned to show up and disrupt the speech. Luckily, since they are left-wing, that means they can’t afford the $20 entrance fee.”
Um ... come again, Kathy? Let's hop in the wayback machine and recall the only blog post I ever wrote referring to Kathy's public screeching and drooling at the U of T:
Bored? Stupid? Then feel free to kill an hour or two and several brain cells today with unemployed, Canadian right-wing screech harpy Kathy Shaidle:
Don't forget my talk tomorrow afternoon:
To reserve your spot by credit card, call:
Anna at the Faculty Club
Thursday, March 6, 2008
12:30 to 1:30PM
The University of Toronto Faculty Club
41 Willcocks Street (Spadina & Harbourd)
Sandwich buffet lunch then cookies, coffee and tea: $20
If you pop by and there's a question-and-answer session, be sure to ask Kathy whether she still thinks it's acceptable to ridicule fat kids. Or whether she still believes there are no desperately poor people in America.
And point out that she's fat. I understand she's good with that.
You know, where I come from, one blog post doesn't represent "obsessing," in the same way that inviting people to attend and ask Kathy embarrassing questions during the actual question period doesn't represent "disrupting" her precious speech.
Ah, but this is Kathy, of course. Her lips are moving. You know the rest.
AND JUST BECAUSE YOU ASKED, I dropped a short (not for publication) note to the letters editor at EyeWeekly, referring back to this blog post. If you have something you want them to know, you can do the same at email@example.com.
But be polite, literate, grammatical and make sure you use proper punctuation. And, above all, don't threaten anyone with death. Especially anyone as fat and homely as Kathy Shaidle. God has already punished her in horrible ways, and that should be enough.