It must be nice to be so convinced of your own righteousness that you feel the need to mock those who ask for help and kick them when they are down. I bet it feels really good to pour salt in someone's wound simply because you are sooooo effing superior. It would be too hard to just walk on by, huh?
If what I do at my blogs and at the A-C page is of no value to you, why expend time and energy just to try to hurt me? Wouldn't the more expedient thing to do be simply to not read my stuff?
Someone told me off tonight because I dared to ask for help so I could get batteries and a few non-perishables to ride out the coming storm because wide spread power outages are predicted for my area, and as much as I wish it were otherwise, I am barely scraping by and there is no wiggle room for unexpected stuff like this. I didn't get any help and I still can't get batteries, but at least I know that I am hated, so mission accomplished Mr. Superiorpants! (Actually, I already knew that people hate me so, really, your meanness wasn't as productive as you might think.)
Bloggers provide a service and Tip Jars are a way to show one's appreciation for that service. If you do not like the service provided, you are free to look elsewhere, but is it really necessary to kick a person when they are down?
Sure, I will be most likely be sitting in the darkness with my little children when the storm strikes and there is not much that I can do about it, but no darkness that this storm may thrust upon me can even match that of what is within some people's viscous shriveled up little gleeful hearts. At least I have that going for me!
And just because I am having a 'moment' here, don't think for even one second that your nastiness will be tolerated in my comments thread, the Troll Toll is still in force so pay or STFU.
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