A long time ago, my fellow blogger, Dragon Blogger posted about his comment policy. I thought it was a fabulous idea and made my own. I’m so glad I did because it gives me moments like this to say, “Really? Why would you post that comment?” Publicly, on my blog. For my own amusement.
I’m sure other bloggers can relate to the following scenario.
I opened up my email this morning to this comment on this post, zip lining at church camp
Now, normally, I go through my comments and it’s: mark as spam, approve, mark as spam, mark as spam, mark as spam, approve, mark as spam, etc. this one made me stop and say, What?
So many things wrong with that comment. I guess, it somehow relates to the post because my post was about church camp. Church camp = religion…. Grasping at straws, grasping at straws… That’s where it ends.
First, where did you get that I was an atheist? From the fact that I sent my kid to church camp? Just sayin’.
Second, when have I ever been pro-trying to cure homosexuality?
I’m going to stay out of a religious debate on this post because this post is in fun, that being said, in this post, I said that as a born again Christian, I feel we were put on this Earth to love one another. I think that should cover my feelings on most topics.
Third, I’m not gay. I’m married to a man. If I was, I’d admit it, but I’m not so I won’t.
Fourth, I happen to believe that if you turn it all over to God he will help you with anything you need help with. What ever it is, people feel they need help with is between them and God, I’ve got my own list of things I need help with. Unless they ask me to pray for them about something, or they need healing, or a catastrophic event has occurred, you know what I mean, I hope.
My friend, name was 3 keywords that I am withholding to protect the guilty or be nice (however you choose to read it), you did not show me that you read the post.
Mark as spam.
Also marked as “used as an example for why you should read the comment policy on a blog before you randomly post comments that are looking for link juice ThankYouVeryMuch”.
Right above the comments it says:
If your looking for link juice, please read my comment policy. I’m Do Follow not Do Spam. Thanks!
You can look, it’s there.
So, who else has a comment policy? And does it help? I’m not sure spammers actually take the time to read a comment policy. I think the ones who read it are the people you never have to worry about to begin with. That being said, it does give you ammo for fun posts like this.
To the next person who posts that I have such a fastidious understanding on this topic, and how they are so amazed because they just can’t grasp this topic fully on a picture of my most recent hairstyle, you have been warned. You too might be featured in your own post.
Have a great day!