Sunday, March 23, 2008

Normal Service

Normal Service has been restored. The asshat that sullied the blogwaves has been duly punished, and new and improved passwords and security has been installed. However, I decided NOT to delete his/her vandalism of my site because free speech is just that free. The post did have some valid points which are worth, at least in passing, exploring. Perhaps, the failure act has been going on for years. However, I think it is because I measure myself against the wrong people. Not really going to dig deeper than that, because I quite simply do not want to. The last thing I want from anyone is pity. Pity is for the weak. Those of us that know me well (and there are quite a few) know that I am not generally weak. I may be a lot of things, but weak is not one of my major flaws. I may have weak moments, but even while having them I am working out how to eliminate their recurrence. I certainly do not need attention, dear, sweet Donna of all the people on this planet, I had hopes that you would know that. That is a bit of a letdown, but nothing I will not forgive you for. Do not feel bad, the vandal (for that is what I will call him/her) should have known better as well. However, he/she is a perpetual disappointment to me, so his/her inability to understand the nature of my post is no great surprise. As to his/her invitation to join the human race, like brother Ivan from the book which I stole my name, I quite simply return my ticket.


Cynnie said...

dang..the drama..
I miss everything..

I got some attention for you GI..

Donna said...

And here I was hoping, dear, sweet GI, despite all the protests to the contrary, that the “Trimax” rant was some sliver of clarity when you came to from the “Who Wants to Live Forever” stupor with your head in the slop bucket. As I was so surprised by the candid wallow, I just assumed you were disgusted by it in hindsight.

Tsk. Tsk.

Though this whole scenario does pose an interesting question…what vandal knows you so well as to break what I thought must be the most impenetrable of passwords? Isn’t giving someone that much insight against your house rules?

With that startling revelation, I suppose I would agree with your assessment that I do indeed have a lot to learn.

The Grand Inquisitor said...

some attention is better than others :)

the vandal's name shall remain, for now, a secret. it has been dealt with internally and shall not happen again. i still think the point of "who wants to live forever" has been missed. it was far from a candid wallow. i generally like to wallow with people.

Lefty said...

Dude, you blog about what you want..that's what makes it your blog and I always enjoy reading surly types have to stick together, haha !

Tough pill against Chelski at the weekend..I hope you crush the Scousers !


Lindsay said...

I also thought that a blog was a place where you could spew the darkest thoughts in your mind and hopefully feel a little relieved after admitting that you're human.

Guess not everyone feels that way.

To violate someone's online diary that way is really tacky.

Anonymous said...

What a joke! Do you people actually think the "GI" would "allow" ANYONE to figure out a password??
His obsession with secrecy is almost as great as his capacity for self-loathing.

The Grand Inquisitor said...

how bloody rude! i hope dear anonymous that since reading my blog distresses you so much, you will quit reading it.

Donna said...

I am curious, anonymous, if you have such stunningly clear insight as to GI's personality, why you choose to post anonymously. Butch-up for god's sake!

Cynnie said...

i know gi..I know him well ..
maybe some of what he shows of himself is bullshit...
look around the edges..
he;s a real person
and I love him