Thursday, January 19, 2012


...that most of the people who express a disagreement to a blog post leave no profile, only a nickname?  Reminds me of the time I blogged about Barack Sadaam Hussein Obama bin Laden.


The Expatriate said...

Kind of like all the people who have sent Jessica Ahlquist death threats on Twitter.

That said, after reading your comment about Barack Sadaam (it's spelled Saddam) Hussein Obama Bin Laden, I actually feel sorry I commented on your blog. After all, I don't like to bother the mentally ill.

Brian Michael Page said...

Well, those are the kind of people that have no backbone. BTW, let it be known that I don't condone "death threats". All I said was that she had it coming.

That's ok, you don't have to bother us anymore. Go and harass others who you feel are mentally ill. You will not be missed.


Puff the Magic Dragon said...

She had what coming exactly?

If you don't condone death threats how could she have them coming?

I can only assume you meant she deserved something, though not a death threats?

So what exactly do you think she deserves for her actions?

The Expatriate said...


My thoughts exactly.

I also find it ironic that the blogger finds comments that do not use profanity or threats harassing.

Brian Michael Page said...

Yeah, she had it coming, albeit it's not right. Unfortunately that's how people in this age have been taught how to react. Sad but true. Puff, you're a lot more in your right mind than the "Expatriate". Do you get what I'm saying?

As for Twitter, I'll re-iterate: I don't follow Twitter. That said, If she really got threats, no it's not right. Perhaps I should have put it as "it was to be expected", knowing the age we live in today. Puff, you and the Bear should know that I am not (nor will I ever be) "politically correct", and as a result, not everything (though most of) I say gets worded correctly. :)

As for the Expatriate and "harassing": WHO called WHO "mentally ill"? I rest my case.


Brian Michael Page said...

If it'll make you happy, I changed the wording from "she had it coming" to "it's not surprising". Hopefully this will clarify things a little bit.