Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Comment moderation is on

You can thank Jeanette O'Toole and company for comment moderation.

Over the course of the last two months, she has posted the same mischaracterization in the comments section a couple of hundred times. Today alone, she posted the comment about 50 times. I addressed it several times and the rest of the time, I deleted the comment under all of the aliases.

Weird and creepy.

And bullsheet too.

:O)

11 comments:

ellie said...

May God bless and keep you. May his face shine down upon you and give you peace.

ellie said...

May God bless and keep you. May he shine his countenance upon you and give you peace!

Carol McKinley said...

Thanks Ellie!

Love to you..

Kelly said...

I know. I kept thinking I was stuck in a revolving-comment door...kinda made me dizzy...
Here is my posting simply asking for prayers for the man.
http://amomforlife-theunconventionalfamily.blogspot.com/2011/07/corapi-were-you-helped-by-him-help-him.html

Maria said...

Kyrie Eleison.

Carol:

"Suffering endured for the love of Jesus Christ should be reckoned among God's greatest benefits".

--St Ignatius

Ms O'Toole:

St Igatius also tell us: "Nothing is better calculated to win the heart of men than a resemblance of manners and taste".

Maria said...

http://youtu.be/ckH3V_xOCnQ

A little relief...

Carol McKinley said...

Kelly - It beats me how she thinks pathological behavior is springboard to sanity or credibility. Awesome post reminding us of those beautiful prayers and petitions.

Maria - That was beautiful.

Anonymous said...

I must have missed something.

Should I consider myself fortunate and a blessing in disguise?

Veronica

P.S. I asked this on another thread, and will ask it again. Is there anyone here that can explain to me why these people are employing Alinsky techniques to silence the opposition? And how do they reconcile that with the Catholic way of life and being?

Maria said...

Pride, Veronica. Pride. The deadly sin of pride, and their will. They cannot bear not having their own way. You are indeed a blessing...

Anonymous said...

God bless you for answering me, Maria!

Obedience

Humility

Can't go wrong with these two. They worked for the saints, and they will work for us. St. Catherine of Siena thought herself the vilest sinner on the face of the earth. Can you imagine?

Veronica

Maria said...

We sure can't,Veronica. St. Margaret Mary saw herself in much the same vein as St. Catherine of Sienna..She wanted only to be forgotten and despised. All the Saints were realistic and knew their unworthiness before their King...