Some time ago I came across a blogger- she/he/it prefers to remain anonymous and was going around on some of the mommy blogs trashing everything they wrote- calling them holier-than-thou mommies who thought “raising their einstein kid is some kind of rocket science the way they go about it” and generally was rude, condescending, silly, and very limited in his/her/its approach. The blogger obviously felt very insecure about the fact the the moms enjoyed, even celebrated their state of mommness and the milestones their kids were achieving by blogging and went as far as to make personal comments on posts which he/she/it did not see the humour, intelligence or connotation behind.
I am generally mostly in life attempting to be tolerant with idiots by reasoning that you CAN’T reason with idiots. I never understand the point of these fools who go around making flammable comments on other people’s blogs. You want to have an intelligent conversation or disagree with me- learn the etiquette to do so in a proper inoffensive manner. You want to not agree with my daily thoughts, child rearing methods, sense of injustice or my blatant dislike for comic sans- ask a question, suggest alternate solutions, or nicely point out the cons. As much as you would like me not to know, my blog stats software lets me know that, despite your obvious disdain for people like me you visit my page everyday, hence you either really are hooked or a total loser. You can decide which one, I am feeling generous today.
Blogs are personal spaces. Personal spaces made public to an extent but that public aspect in no way means that useless people like you can comment rudely, pass judgement on make unnecessary comments. If a blog content does not amuse you, does not relate to your point in life or make you happy or fulfilled or whatever it is that you are looking for, get lost. If you are looking to make mischief and ignite tempers, get lost faster. Don’t go there again. Don’t go there with the negative intent of creating havoc. If you feel very strongly about something written, try to be smart about initiating a dialogue and if, as a human being, you don’t have that common courtesy gene, seriously, just blog off.