Some time ago, around mid July , I was perusing the blogs and I came across a blog: thestoryline.co.uk
The blogger had posed a question to readers asking why he thought his blog had been banned several times.
I did a very cursory look at the content, less than 5 minutes and wrote to the blog authors contact page privately to tell him what I thought:
”Firstly, You don’t have the balls to let readers leave a comment. That’s fucked up. So I guess that makes you somewhat of a stalker that you get to comment on others blogs but not let anyone comment on your own. Secondly the content of your blog sucks. For example, you wrote about the night you spent with a hooker and another high-end escort you brought home to your folks. Big deal. Do you know how many “I fucked a hooker blogs” are out there that say that, but are actually in interesting read? Thirdly, it is clear as day that you are misogynistic. So what, all us women should be clamoring to read your words wielding shit about us neatly hidden (or not) behind saccharine pleasantries. So we should be grateful you let the hooker stay with you overnight instead of paying her and letting her go home. She was probably counting the minutes to get the hell away from you. If you’re such a great fucking guy why the need for a whore? Get a relationship. Real men don’t need to pay. So yeah, unless you want to bunch of blokes reading your blog, try little harder. Hide your vitriol towards women a little better, or just openly admit you fucking hate women. Just because you have a fat wallet and a fat cock doesn’t make you Ernest Hemingway.
It was only after I sent it I realized I shouldn’t have. Often times we don’t think about how words impact others. Normally, I do. Normally I am careful with people’s feelings, I am very empathic. The multitude of personal and relationship issues I had been going through made me lose my own basic courtesy. The deaths of two parents 3 months apart, losing my son to a year long treatment center, a slow steady disintegration of my diet of my present relationship with daily verbal abuse were among the stressors.
There is still no excuse to displace aggression on another. There is no excuse treat anyone with disrespect, either publicly or privately. I would like to extend a public apology to him for my words. Also to the blogging community at large. It marked a personal low for me. I feel ashamed of my actions and wish I could go back in time and have simply said nothing.
Dragos1229, I am very sorry for my actions. None of what I said had any basis in truth, it was more representative of grief and my own mental state.