Tuesday

love,life

I can't figure out why, when I write about my personal social/love life, I get twice as much ">heated discussion from blog readers than when I write about important stuff like this.

14 comments:

Peter said...

Vivre c'est aimer,
aimer c'est souffrir,
souffrir c'est mourrir,
alors à quoi bon vivre??

Mr. Booni said...

"Smaller" issues, or personal ones, are easier to tackle.

Anonymous said...

plus, given the response to the personal stuff (such as being accused of being too stupid or backward to "get" your humor), what are the odds that anyone would even consider taking you or your fans on something that you really care about and believe is important? No thanks.

Anonymous said...

hey, other anonymous (just to make sure that readers know there is more than one anonymous in here)I'm with you. whether Katie is lambasting people for "not getting" her humor or accusing mothers of "not caring" because they dont shre her thoughts its all the same

Mr. Booni said...

It's Katie's blog and she can do what she wants.

Anonymous said...

"she can do what she wants to." That's helpful. so mocking the views of others, in a particularly smug/arch way, plus indicating anything from mld to extreme intolerance of those whose views differ from your own is fine.

whatever.

Mr. Booni said...

"she can do what she wants to." That's helpful. so mocking the views of others, in a particularly smug/arch way, plus indicating anything from mld to extreme intolerance of those whose views differ from your own is fine.

Yes, it's fine. Because it is her blog. It's her dime, so to speak. It's her own little world, as Bob Ross might say. She has the right to write back in whatever way she feels like. And everyone else has the right to read it or not.

Anonymous said...

so in Katies world, Katie gets to be God. very very interesting. especially since she has apparently dismissed the real God. there IS no absolute truth except that which each little god, each little master of their own blog universe decides is the truth. man, this is scary stuff.....

katie allison granju said...

I believe in God. I am actually a card carrying member of the Episcopal Church. So I actually have no idea what you are talking about.

I am, however, definitely the "master of my own blog universe."

--Katie

Anonymous said...

say no more. spoken by an ex episcopalian. we just got tired of all the political correctness

kayla said...

anonymous, hon....you need to relax. don't you think life is too short to be dogging someone out of bitterness and spite that originated, apparently, years and years ago? don't you feel weighed down by your resentment and anger? don't you want to move on with your life and let go of the hostility? i can't wrap my mind around your obsessive need to come here and be hateful in response to every post. it's like my son picking a scab....it hurts and he can't help himself...but if he leaves it alone, it heals. why are you doing this to yourself? if you so vehemently disagree with katie and her writings provoke you so much, you really should free up some of your mental energy by not coming here anymore.

peace.

Anonymous said...

Why doesn't this (or those) 'anonymous' who doesn't like what Katie has to say get off their duff and make their own blog? If you don't like it, don't stick around. Why don't you go read another blog?
You must be really insecure, because on every issue, you state that Katie's trying to tell people what to do. She's just offering her opinions and experience, backed up often with evidence. She's not telling people what to do, just offering choices. and again, it's HER blog!

Anonymous said...

armchair psychologists at work...
no I dont want my own blog. I am not into strangers knowing me, knowing my thoughts, knowing where I live, what my kids look like etc etc etc. no thank you

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