I’m going to be on the road for the next week or so. Things might be a little spotty, especially for several days when I won’t have any internet connection.
I’m depending on you to make a lot of good comments to keep things lively. Just comment on this post if there is something you think is worth sharing.
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Ok. Here’s my first attempt at a comment. How do you like it so far?
I think you can do better than that.
Just be careful about making comments too critical of Donald and getting into his sights, he’s a very sensitive guy and can really hold a grudge, I hear. Come January, he and his boys may be checking to see whether you’re one of “them”.
I know you’re “Anonymous” and all, but on the internet is anyone really anymore?
Ok, I’m not anonymous. 🙂
I said it in another thread, I think that getting called names by DT would put me in a very good crowd. He doesn’t demonize just anyone.
But I’ll hide my identity just in case.
Oh snap, and I was thinking you were that guy from V for Vendetta. 😉
Truth be told, I’m not really a Ralph either, but have an abiding devotion to The Honeymooners and assumed it as an online nom de guerre to remind me to try bringing some old fashioned civility and reason to the general bile and cacophony you often encounter on the troll boards (and keep spammers and flamers out of my primary mailbox). Though I must admit, it’s sometimes challenging to refrain from throwing a symbolic “Bang Zoom” uppercut at some of the mouth breathers that stalk the net and walk among us. It’s chilling to think that even after Trump loses in November, those who voted for him will still be here, not to mention have been here all along!
Hey wait a sec…are you that “Anonymous” guy or “Anonymouse”, or one and the same? Hey, that gives me an idea…you can never be too careful.
Well, I’ve made a few posts as Anonymous recently. I tried to play with the case of the name, but it doesn’t show.
FWIW, I love The Honeymooners.
I’m back from my 3 days off the grid (no internet at all; there was power, but from a generator). But not home yet.
Welcome back, wherever back is.