Monday, 4 January 2010

I reckon you've got concussion - I couldn't give a tart's furry cup if half your brains are falling out. Don't ever waltz into my kingdom acting king of the jungle.

It’s been an interesting day; I was late for work, only by five minutes, but all the same late. I do hope this isn’t going to be a trend for the coming year. I get really cross with myself when I’m late; it sets me up for a bad day. Fortunately today was the first day back after the Christmas break so seeing the guys was something to look forward to. That helped to set me up for a good day.

I had an interesting series of e-mails today, all from a women’s health clinic, I suspect some simple minded fool thought that it would be amusing to put my address on the mailing list. It’s some complete brain below with too much time on their hands. It’s all well and good but I’m fairly sure I know who it is and I hope they enjoy themselves looking for new and interesting ways to endeavour to bother me. With luck they’ll visit the wrong kind of site and pick a virus or spyware and then have a hacker go through their drive. I know it’s very unlikely but I do find the image I have in my head of the look of terror when they realise they’ve had personal details copied very amusing.

Something else that amuses me is how people find it ok to treat others with contempt and disrespect but don’t like it when the tide turns. A few months ago I posted a few somewhat unpleasant remarks on my blog, one person felt that the remarks were aimed directly at them and demanded that I apologise and retract the post. So in the interest of peace and harmony I did as I had been asked. Now irrespective of who or what the remarks were in reference to, I never once wrote anything unpleasant about serious illness, mental or otherwise. However, it has been bought to my attention that it’s absolutely fine for other people to make unpleasant comments about a serious that can, and does, devastate lives and effects those left behind for years to come. Now that’s wrong! Not to mention downright nasty. I don’t care what disputes people may have with each other, but wishing someone had died of said illness is beyond evil. Because what that person is doing is basically saying that they wished that every person closely involved felt the pain of losing a mother or father, daughter or son, sister or brother, and some people have the nerve to consider themselves human! It’s a shame that people carry grudges, I for one try my hardest not to. I like to think that I’m a fairly easy going chap, yes I can be annoying and a bit full on, but I like to think that everyone has some good in them. There are a few exceptions, Hitler, Idi Amin, Osama Bin Laden, Papa Doc, the list is endless. How one person could wish another die a painful and agonising death is beyond me. Having firsthand experience of how such an illness does affect people and families, I would never express such thoughts toward another person. I’m no saint; in fact I’m far from it. I may have a laugh at another’s expense but not where it result in serious injury or illness. I think that such attitude is bad enough when you know the person the remarks are aimed at, but formulating an opinion on someone you’ve never met and your basing such an opinion on hearsay and second hand information, well that’s just stupid.

Anyway the long and the short of it is this, this is my blog, and I shall post what I wish. If you feel that any of the comments I make are offensive then feel free to express your views in a mature and adult manner. Don’t try to use the text here to endeavour to gain information about my friends or family by reading between the lines. If reading my blog makes you want to vomit, don’t read it! If however, you find that something I write makes you smile or stirs up an emotion then I’m pleased!

Anyway, peace, love and harmony to you all,

blessed be.


Uji, Angel Izzy, Ziggy, Angel Bean, Hiro and Momma Tea said...

Nice post baby & well said IMHO

Uji, Angel Izzy, Ziggy, Angel Bean, Hiro and Momma Tea said...

Wow it seems you visitors from the West of the UK now too, we are getting global now woohoo

Manky Badger said...

I'm told my blog has made people want to vomit. Which is a shame. You can't please everyone.
WHen I write my blog, I take the line that everyone has the right to reply, and can do so though the comment section.
I have only ever disallowed three comments - one was advertising, one was foul language, and one was something that in retrospect I would have published had it not been anonymous.

Uji, Angel Izzy, Ziggy, Angel Bean, Hiro and Momma Tea said...

Well neither of your blogs have made me in the least bit nauseas, they do on occasion make my tummy hurt where I have laughed and once made me spurt coffee out of my mush but thankfully I was alone when that happened. I enjoy both blogs very much, if they make peeps want to puke that is their tough luck