Although I can’t say I’m surprised, I confess I wasn’t amused, either. And I’m usually amused when someone dons high heels and dances backwards, fast and awkward, just for me. But this one? It just left me flat.
I would go and comment on GenXpose blog but … I got banned from commenting there.
Have you been banned? Did someone contact you to tell you that you had been banned? Can you read the blog? How, exactly, have you been banned? Did your comments not go through? Do you mean that someone put your comments on moderation because you showed no self control in making them? Are you objecting on STRGB, a site that moderates and edits its comments to suit them, to being moderated here?
It seems like she doesn’t want “constructive” opinions from both sides either, just as they claim STGRB doesn’t allow.
Oh, so you think your opinions are constructive, is that it? Would you define constructive as your extremely rude, inaccurate and accusatory introduction to me here? Or perhaps constructive to you is racial slurs, derogatory comments about women, false accusations and allegations?
I give up. What do you think constructive means?
Having had MANY run-ins with the bullies, I have learned, they don’t make any good argument when you allow them to comment.
Are you admitting that you do not allow open comments on your own blog? Because you moderate the comments on your blog at all times, don’t you?
They never show proof or evidence to substanciate any of their claims nor do they allow evidence against them when you try to post it after they request it!
Evidence to support our arguments has been posted all over this blog. Did you miss it somehow? Difficult to do, I should think, considering it resulted in allegations of doc-dropping for posting public information.
But let’s argue facts instead and, for reference, it all happens on this post from last week. I made a post proving that Athena Parker is Melissa Douthit and she is behind STGRB. In it, I showed public evidence. This is the part that mentioned you because you posted a Public Service Announcement on your blog about STGRB being offline. You’ve since deleted the post but I included a screen shot for reference.
Note: Click on a screen shot to enlarge it for easier reading.
That’s it. That’s all that was said about you and why, including the screen shot of the PSA you posted on your blog, now deleted, shown below.
This was your response to the above. You’ll notice it’s not reasonable or constructive, nor is it on topic. It’s an aggressive, unstable rant instead.
And that was your entrance on this blog, Mr. Bryant. Not a very good first impression, I’m sure you agree. However, for all my efforts, your conduct did not improve. But I’ll show you in chronological order and let your words (and mine) speak for themselves.
Mr. Bryant, your blog’s comments are moderated. You often elect to not put comments others make on your blog posts through. You even delete entire posts you’ve made there, as shown in the screen shot above. By your logic, it seems like
she you doesn’t don’t want “constructive” opinions from both sides either. But, then again, I’ve never come to your blog and behaved in such a way that I should require such moderation. I did not curse, use racial slurs, make derogatory remarks about women, indulge in threatening statements to others, or refer to minors or relationships with minors in an inappropriate way. That was you. You did that here. You did that before anyone took you to task on it, as shown in the comments section of that post, and it was your choice to behave that way.
I asked, “This is what you own. Is it worth it?” Obviously, it’s not worth it. However, this was your choice so please stop trying to blame others for the results of your poor decisions. What you don’t own? It owns you.