Friday, July 6, 2012

A Blogging Lesson


One lesson I learned about blogging and web-publishing my thoughts is that NOT EVERYONE WILL AGREE WITH WHAT YOU HAVE TO SAY.  You can't please anyone as the saying goes.  Naturally, those who do not agree leave a comment to air their disagreement.  Some are constructive (which I appreciate by the way) and would point out errors in terms of the information that I have written about or simply put forth their disagreement to my opinion.  However, there are some (in my case, there is one) who would leave nasty comments that would seem to imply a certain dislike for me and my thoughts.  The fouler comments I delete but the rest I let be.  It is after all a sort of compliment that he/she (yes, this person don't even have the nerve to place his/her name and always comes out as ANONYMOUS) have read my blog.  You can't comment on an article without reading it, right?

So to you ANONYMOUS---thank you for continuing to read my posts.  

4 comments:

Armando dela Cruz said...

Time to come face the truth: it's inevitable to receive different opinions and scrutiny when blogging. It's not bad to earn many "negative" comments, in fact one of the perks of being a blogger. "Being talked about" or "starting something to talk about". Nice blog! :)

Anonymous said...

"Naturally, those who do not agree leave a comment to air their disagreement."....

Hmmm... how ironic... isn't this blog intended for airing disagreement? Coz I've seen a lot in this blog. Well, well...

Anonymous said...

"You can't comment on an article without reading it, right?"

Reading is one thing... comprehending? Another!

Foolish people like me tend to comment even without comprehending...

@Armando dela Cruz, is your second to your last sentence a sentence???

Anonymous said...

One more thing!

I'm not sure how many ANONYMOUS are out here in this blog but one thing is for sure...

I'm your number 1 and most sarcastic fan, Mr. Carlos Macarayan, Jr.!!!