December 04, 2005


I’m flattered people read my blog.  It’s not that attractive;  it doesn’t have hi-tech thingamagigs.  It just has words, ideas, thoughts, reflections, opinions—all of which have one thing in common, they are all MINE.

You’re free to disagree with me;  I find that I invite that, anyway, without asking for it.  I can take disagreement in the same way I can dish it out.  

I am a big fan of integrity.  I mean what I say, I say what I mean. I do not take kindly to people calling me a hypocrite—especially people who hide behind anonymity, post comments to MY blog and refuse to even put their names to identify themselves.  I also do not take kindly to people who pretend to lecture me on how I should live my life and live out my principles and do not have the basic decency, courtesy and cojones to sign their name.

To “anonymous” who called me a hypocrite in my comments section—get some cojones (apologies to the female of the species) and sign your name to any posts you want to make.  You want to write to me, identify yourself first so we can have an intelligent exchange of ideas;  I refuse to converse with a nobody and that’s what you are because you don’t have the decency, the courtesy, the cojones to sign your name.  Why, are you so ashamed of your opinion that you wouldn’t want to be identified with it?  Tsk. Tsk.  Whoever you are, I pray you have a good life ahead because from your tone, it doesn’t seem like you’ve had one thus far;  and, unless, you manage to get some integrity (start with cojones), you probably won’t.

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