Is it Just Me?
Despite the very clear line above the comment box saying, “Leave a (non-anonymous) Reply,” some North Carolina whackjob tried to leave a comment under the name “JustAnotherVictim” an hour ago. Less than half an hour later he tried to leave another comment:
Why remove my post? I just thought it was funny that he stated almost exactly word for word what Jackson said. Nothing negative or insulting about it.
Then, in the following four minutes, he left four more comments:
You my “friend” are a POS
You my “friend” are a POSYou my “friend” are a POSYou my “friend” are a POS
You my “friend” are a POS You my “friend” are a POS You my “friend” are a POS
You my “friend” are a POS You my “friend” are a POS You my “friend” are a POS You my “friend” are a POS
Not only was I required to approve his comment, but I was also required to so within half an hour of his leaving it.
Is it just me, or do blogs bring out the nutcases?
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