I wanted to write a letter to the editor of that site, but I don't see a comment link anywhere. In the Quality Comment Policy, I wonder if any responsibilities of the blogger towards his or her commenters are being considered.I enjoy the open-minded spirit of accessibility offered in the "no free e-mail accounts" point. Since I don't use anything but Gmail, I wonder what I'm supposed to do. Stick around these places that keep the internet from becoming a full and real individual, I guess, or whatever it is that CC and RT apparently do.
Man, no wonder he has no comments..like anyone is going to tell that sick fuck where they live? Sheesh.
I did. I'll look forward to seeing my letter to the editor in print forthwith.
Oh lord. He printed it.My life could not be more complete.
Those were hilarious letters. I'm sure the humour was completely lost on WP.
CC — It seems you have a real-life stalker on your hands.
How are CC and RT possibly keeping those other bloggers from achieving their own personal full potential?By criticizing them? Using Svengali like manipulative powers to turn the blogosphere against them? Laughing and pointing? Not taking things *seriously* enough?Did either of those parties weigh in on the "go-to appointees" stories? Bueller?
niles:I'm fairly sure it's the "laughing and pointing" part. That must be it.
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