I am sure you all know Dooce.
Heather B. Armstrong is synonymous with blogging. She is pretty much the Queen of Blogging, and I have enjoyed reading her blog for the past few years. She is very open with her life, and the topics covered in her daily posts run the gamut from raising her daughter, her thoughts on religion, and her struggles with constipation. Topics that a lot of people can identify with...me included (all though not the constipation problem).
The other day her post was about recent comments she had gotten from people regarding her blog (she mentions that all of them were from just one week). I wasn't surprised by the lack of intelligence of those who left comments. What did astound me is how the commenters found what Heather wrote (or didn't write in some cases) so compelling they felt the need to comment in such a nasty way. Some of these jackasses actually had the nerve to comment about how they didn't find her child cute. Seriously, you have some HUGE issues to go around bashing someones innocent little kid. Some of them even let loose about how much they used to enjoy her blog, but now she is just too boring for them to bother reading anymore. How disappointed they were in her posts.
Who on earth is making those people read her blog? Is there some sort of "Internet gang" out there making people read blogs they don't like? Damn, I had no idea this sort of thing was going on! Those poor people are being FORCED to read her blog! This type of bullying needs to be reported to the higher-ups who own the Internet. This has to be stopped!
If you are one of those Internet gang members out there forcing innocent people to read blogs they don't like, please stop. These people have other SERIOUS issues they need to spend their time working on, and reading blogs they hate cuts into that time. And please don't make them read Nice Knits. I don't think I could handle being responsible for any more lives than I already am. The pressure would be IMMENSE!