I quit Facebook in 2018 and Twitter last year.
These ‘social’ networks are anti-social poison.
Mostly, it’s the comments. Arm-chair-types that second-guess and put-down.
Who wants that in their life? I don’t. That’s why I got rid of that poison. I’ve never looked back, and my life has had a lot less stress and anxiety.
Website comments are just as poisonous as social media, in most cases.
Recently, I noticed that Pete Talbot had been putting some comments on my recent posts. The reason for this is his anger. He’s angry I’m running for office. He doesn’t like that, so lashes out.
Long-time readers will remember that this man tried to destroy me and my family via the courts.
I was never allowed to comment on Pete’s blog, the now defunct MT Post, formerly ID.
In fact, I believe it was in 2015 that I was banned from that site. It was around the same time that the Missoula propaganda rag banned me from commenting as well.
That’s not quite accurate. Martin Kidston actually disabled his comments, so incensed was he at my ability to question.
That’s right - I was banned from two Montana blogs, not for being a bad person or being mean, but simply for asking questions.
That's what the left hates more than anything - questions.
Anyways, Pete Talbot is not allowed to comment on this site. I’m just following the same policy he had on his defunct site for me.
Now, I don’t have a fancy site like Pete had, where I can block certain IP addresses. So Pete will probably get through with a comment now and again - likely while enjoying his bourbon - and that means I’ll have to come and delete it.
It’s a huge pain, much like Pete is.
I’m sure he won’t like that. I’m sure he’ll lash-out. He’ll bitch and moan like the little child he is.