It seems we’re all good at making someone upset

It looks like many of bloggers are good at peeving someone off. I know the fibromyalgaers and migrainers have gotten their underwear in knots from time to time from many in my blogroll (currently, column on the right of the screen). Didn’t take long for me to get someone on the web a bit less than happy.

In response to my entry “How to Prevent Meth Use”, it would appear I have really ruffled the feathers of an addict perfect faultless individual

That is the dumbest, most ill-informed comment I have ever read about addiction. You chose Jesus? Yeah, I love the way people “choose Jesus” once everyone else on the planet wants nothing to do them. If you’re such a big follower of Jesus, then re-read Matthew 25. Then instead of just telling people you’re a Christian, you can start acting like it. Go ahead oh holy one, read Matthew 25 then tell me if you feel the same about writing this hate-filled garbage you call a blog.

In looking at their first sentence: “That is the dumbest, most ill-informed comment I have ever read about addiction.”, with nothing more to go on than the quoted comment, it’s hard to make assumptions on who the person actually is, but it would appear this was an addict to be taking the overall post so seriously. The bottomline point of the “how to prevent meth use” was that showing ads on meth-mouth should scare a person away. Amazing how a person can get so upset over a few sentences I wrote. Fact is, yep, I choose Jesus and not afraid to say it. Some of my ideas and opinions might be radical at times, but by sharing, I may end up with an insight I did not have prior. I’m certainly human and not without sin.

“instead of just telling people you’re a Christian, you can start acting like it.” Perhaps the fact I generally choose not to swear, here or in real life, or that I was in church from my own choice with the angry commenter wrote, or the examples I try to set in real-life, yet, not a few posts in a newly started blog, but the real world, just didn’t sit right with this commenter.

Go ahead oh holy one.. – nope, sorry. You must have me confused with the Holy One, but I’ll try and be understanding here. After all, some people with addictions may have a difficult time understanding I am not the Holy One.

read Matthew 25 – Matthew 25 is a great chapter! What The Parable of the Ten Virgins, The Parable of the Talents, or The Sheep and the Goats have to do with meth use or being a Christian doesn’t make sense. Yeah, I love the way people “choose Jesus” once everyone else on the planet wants nothing to do them. – God loves unconditionally and is the best choice for someone who wants to rid an addiction. I can tell you accidentally typo’d and meant to say ‘nothing to do WITH them”. For me as a human and that has seen what the ills of society bring, ranging from theft to deception, and multiple issues, it’s no wonder those of us who have chosen not to participate in illicit activities frown on those who do.

…then tell me if you feel the same about writing this hate-filled garbage you call a blog” – Thanks for the laugh! If you hate my blog so much, then don’t bother to read it. Think you have better insight? Let me know the link to your blog and I can certainly post it.

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