Tag: Comments

You’re Gonna Need a Bigger Bait

I’m learning to discern between constructive comments and comments that are engineered to get a reaction out of me. It’s part of the maturation process, from what I’ve been told. Now, I don’t ignore all comments. Sometimes I’m bored and respond. But I’m getting better at it. For example: “The President of the US. Bush junior, tried to seal the…

Don’t click on the comments

You’ve probably heard of internet trolls if you’ve been on the internet for any amount of time. These are people who make it their mission in life to post comments (or other content) with the intention of getting a reaction out of others. Sometimes the comments seem innocent enough, like someone who is “just asking questions.” I see this all…

Your comments are welcomed, but…

At the very top of this blog, on either side, you’ll see a couple of icons. The icon on the left opens a menu that shows to you a variety of pages present on this blog. On the right, the icon there opens a series of menus where you can search for terms on the blog, look at past posts…

Aside

Best comment ever on this blog:

“Can’t take truth on your web page? So, you are afraid of someone knowing what I posted. That makes you just another paid or non paid shill.”

Paid or non paid. I laughed out loud. Of course, I’m not publishing the comment or the commenter’s identity because they have been asked to not comment here anymore. Last time they commented, it was a very long rant filled with religious and violent imagery. Not on this blog, and not after you were asked many times to keep it on point.

More housekeeping: Comments Section

I don’t know about you, but I didn’t like the way the comments section was looking. So I fixed it up a bit. First, I did away with the comment form that came with this template and replaced it (with some tweaks) with the default WordPress theme’s (“Twentytwelve”) comment form. Next, I got rid of the nested comments. There are…

Someone doesn’t understand depression

[row][span size=’3′][slab_h5][slabtext]“There are wounds that never show[/slabtext] [slabtext]on the body that are deeper and more hurtful[/slabtext][slabtext] than anything that bleeds.”[/slabtext][slabtext]-Laurell K. Hamilton,Mistral’s Kiss[/slabtext][/slab_h5][/span][span size=’5′]I was browsing several blogs today when I came upon this post talking about this post about depression. The second post is written by a woman who has been fighting her depression for several years now, and…