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Ta mère suce des ours dans la forêt!

Dear Natasha,

Hope you don't mind me writing; it's just that there's more than one thing I need to ask you.

Where do you get off, spamming my livejournal with your asenine exhortations to go see Mel Gibson's film on the passion of Christ? If you think this is in any way helpful to get people to watch it in droves, think again!

What do you care whether I'm a Christian and have seen the light? Why ask me that dumb question almost each and every day?
If you're hoping to drum up support for your own narrow-minded and bigotted interpretation of Christianity in this way, don't bother!

Lastly, why tell me my journal is interesting and you like the lay-out of it, when it is abundantly clear to me that you do not mean any of it? I thought one of the Ten Commandments was that thou shalt not lie?

You see, Natasha, all you're succeeding in doing, is to piss people off and if anything, more resolved not to go see that movie you feel so strongly about. And because I doubt that you'll take any argument that I might make into consideration, I have no alternative but to disable the option for posting anonymously to my journal. Unfortunately, that means that from this day forward, no one who isn't on livejournal themselves can post their infinitely more interesting and welcome replies to any topic I decide I want to discuss on this here webspace that I pay for.

I don't mean to be rude, as rude as you; and I would explain in more detail, but frankly, I don't think you'll ever see, not in a million years -- and I'd only waste another two valuable minutes of my life with your insincerity.

Sincerely,

Gamiila

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gamiila
Feb. 15th, 2004 04:48 am (UTC)
Re: LJ Comments
Hello vegmb, welcome aboard!

Hope disabling the anonymous post helps

Well, it would...but in the end I just couldn't take that drastic a measure. People have posted to my journal anonymously before, with posts that were on topic or relevant in another way, and I have enjoyed that. Taking away that option would feel like cutting off my nose to spite my face, and ultimately, I didn't want to do that. I'm screening anonymous posts now.