Yesterday I wrote my post and headed out to pick up lunch for my daughter Kasi who just had her second hand surgery this past week.
Then I came home to a mix of comments. Some respectful. Some not.
If you are one of the people who left a snarky comment, can you not read and understand the caveat above every comment section of every post I write? It clearly asks that you not bring your negativity to the discussion.
I just can’t imagine what could anger you about any mention of the coronavirus. It has killed so many people. An unimaginable amount of people.
Sadness I can understand. But for some of you it seems to be an inconvenience and you obviously don’t want to hear or read about it.
How can you be so dismissive of such a tragedy? Or do you think it’s merely some bizarre conspiracy theory?
What is wrong with you?
If you can’t have an open mind and understand that “the woman with the suitcase” was not really about her, but a metaphorical statement about the times we currently live in, then you just don’t get the point.
There are mainly very respectful and kind people who read and comment on this blog. And those are the people I write for.
What motivates the rest of you to leave a comment at all?
Did your mother not teach you that if you have nothing kind to say, then don’t say it?
From now on, if something I write pisses you off, email me and let’s talk one on one. Don’t attempt to leave your negativity in the comments and taint the discussion for others. Because it won’t be there.
I’m going to moderate comments so you will be talking directly to me before your comment is published.
It’s a pain in the ass to have to approve every comment due to a few bad apples, but I’m no longer going to let you mean-spirited people in. I’ve had enough.