One, A Half: ENDINGS

Above all things, never be afraid. The enemy who forces you to retreat is himself afraid of you at that very moment.
Andre Maurois
French author (1885 – 1967)

Last week, I have come across an enemy; he was disguising himself as a blogger and a commenter and said something about my blog being an eccentric, scintillating shit-storm or something and hoped that WordPress.com would find it and bring it down in six months time. Turns he was only whinging like a child who doesn’t get any sweets because of low readership and was hoping to use my blogroll solely for attracting people to his blog because he doesn’t know how to do it by himself. The first and last comment he sent was listed as “antagonistic spam” by me, so I had to take the comment and corresponding page down. Anyway, beware of this poor guy who is in essence a flamer and a troll. Oh, and don’t feed him any sweets, it gives him commentorrhea and a touch of gastro. Anyway, I remember blogging about my experiences of learning piano over again and it turns out now that I’ll learn to play on the Grand Staff, which means that soon enough, I’ll be able to play with both hands (thanks for believing, Sulz). I am really looking forward to this.

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    • WendySkeleton
    • January 14th, 2008

    Ooh, trolls on blogs are fun because you can argue with them and just delete their comments once you’re satisfied, and then mark their comments as spam. It’s so fun.

  1. Chances are, that guy will come back to bite me again, repeating the fact that he thinks of me as “a talentless hack”. But again, he could only be putting it at himself. Poor, self-torturing sod.

  2. hey, having a troll is a notch on your blogging belt. i haven’t had one yet! next time leave his comments here for the amusement of your readers. maybe we can take a pot shot too. :mrgreen: seriously, it’s great for hits; raincoaster can tip you on that.

    what’s grand staff? of course you can play with both hands in time!

  3. Will do. Thanks for the tip 🙂

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