Monday, February 13, 2012

Rant about comments

No, not about you nice people who comment on my posts. I love you all, seriously. You read my boring stuff and even find a few nice words for me. How can I not love you? You're great! Anyway, enough about you.
Recently I read one of my blogs from my blogroll, cuz I like them all and read them frequently. I even comment. But only when I got something to say, because I don't wanna be the only one with the nonsense comment. Yeah, I think a lot about what other people see when they see my stuff. And personally I think everybody should care about the traces they leave on other people's life, how small they might be. Sooo, I read there about a daughter who has been sick. Like really sick, with hospital and all. Serious stuff. Every sane person would feel some compassion and a need to help in some way. Every sane person would know that a serious situation like this needs serious people to deal with it all. Well. The first comment was about how the commenter felt with the mother and sends her "a bubble of health" for her daughter. This really stunned me. How can someone react oh-so-cute to such a serious thing?! I can't even imagine one mother on Earth who would be cheered up by this crap! Every mother, who just poured out all her sorrow about her child's sickness would just feel to be treated like a fool by such stupid words. I could have puked.
Instead of starting a flamewar over there (which also wouldn't have cheered anyone up) with someone "who only meant well" I decided to rant about it here.
Dear stupid commenters, please stay away from me. Ah, you already do. Thank you, please keep it this way.


  1. Man the blogosphere and the J-web is stuffed to the rim with superficial meaningless bullshit. It's mind blowing what your talking bout'.

    People are pretty fucking general...sadly.

  2. @Chris
    Can it still be called shallow? I think it's more like fucking ignorant. Meh.

  3. At this point in life, I know that there some things in life that only people who have experienced them can really understand and relate to - empathy can be a little empty, or vague, feeling, despite the keen willingness to understand.
    I'm pretty much used to a wall of sympathetic misunderstanding - thank you for your words, Michelle.

  4. The web is like High School. Full of little Clique's and they gain power by not letting others in or that's what they try to do anyway. Dumb folks surrounding themselves with dummer folks so as to not to feel so dumb.

  5. @Francesca
    I was stunned for days, had to rant about it. Sorry, that you are used to such stuff.

    Are you talking about the J-housewirfe blogging mafia? ;-)

  6. I see nothing wrong with it. It's just something a hippy-ish person would say, they probably believe in 'cusps of Aquarius' too. 'Bubble of health' in my eyes is something positive, sending good vibes.

    1. This coming from the "Uber Psycho" who was writing freaky poems about Charisma girl just because she had sex and you have NONE?....positive vibes? STFU. Your a class "A" fucking lunatic. Me too sometimes but your bi-polar and need meds.

      good vibes?

  7. @Chris
    There I agree!
    I just don't like to talk to her... always wondering if I should just delete all her comments...