If You’re Going To Criticize Someone On Their Own Site . . .

Hi there.  I don’t know who you are . . . because I’m not going to bother to spend the time to figure it out.  I could go check site logs, trace back IPs, do reverse lookups, etc., and get a very good idea of who it is, if I cared to.  I don’t care enough to.

If you’re going to criticize someone with snarky, sarcastic rhetorical questions, on their own web site, on a domain they’ve owned for 11 years . . . man the fuck up and register as yourself.  Don’t do it anonymously.  Anonymous sniping like that just shows you to be a small-minded chickenshit.  Congratulations, you should feel awesome about yourself, as you annoyed me (as this post proves) with your little petty commentary.  You should be enshrined in the Internet Fuckwad Hall of Fame.

Maybe if you showed some fortitude and didn’t hide behind anonymity, I’d feel the slightest bit compelled to discuss with you details that really aren’t any of your business, but which you seem to be interested in.  Since you haven’t, I have absolutely no need, or desire, to justify or explain anything at all to you.  Here’s an idea, how about you go troll celebrity self-wanking sites like Perez Hilton or something where other twits of a like mind with yourself can participate too.


5 thoughts on “If You’re Going To Criticize Someone On Their Own Site . . .

  1. Because I’m not going to leave it up for whoever it was to feel special about themselves for their little piece of trite snideness to remain.

    If they’d like to comment again un-anonymously, then discussion can happen.

  2. WOW what a jerk to do that! Good for you about speaking up!
    Do you have any idea who is this person is or is it a drive by?

    If this were recent happenings I wonder if it came from the Jello Shocks link?

    Have a great day! I survived my first day back!!! 4 hours and lived!!


  3. With WordPress, it’s easy. I use a combination of Akismet, Spam Karma 2, and Bad Behaviour plugins. VERY few spam comments actually get to the point of showing up in my “Spam” suspect list (yours was one of the 3 I’ve had in the last 3 weeks, actually).

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