certaines personnes sont trop faciles

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certaines personnes sont trop faciles

Submitted: March 28, 2011

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someone is not happy at all
should we cry for him?
someone is not happy at all because they feel that they see things that are not “art” and it makes them
sad
should we cry for him?
someone is not happy because they feel that they see things that to them are not “ poetry” and it makes them
irate
should we cry for him?
someone dubs all that helps themselves as “helpful,” condemning anything that they themselves don’t
like
should we cry for him?
someone is able to classify all things that they do not agree with themselves as
“offensive” and it makes them
distressed
should we cry for him?
someone feels that anything that they find unwelcome themselves should therefore not be welcome to anyone
and it troubles them
(maybe they even have a hard time sleeping at night)
should we cry for him?
someone feels that “one of the most decent human beings on the planet” shows us all her compassion by taking the time to criticize & threaten another author because of something that they posted on some online website (that they were not forced in any way to read), and it makes them heavyhearted, it makes their little smile
frown
and they feel a little
gloomy
inside
should we cry for him?
someone feels that their friend was in some way threatened? they feel that their friend’s “most decent” nature was in some way compromised by this same author that said friend threatened & criticized (see “comments and reviews of KISS KISS YOUR COPYWRITER by delapruch where the esteemed author miss “lalipenz” wrote:
 
 
 “ as a copywriter I found this fu****g offensive so you can go shove this idea of yours you know where”
 
“****”=ckin
 
-author miss “lalipenz”)
and this same someone is sorrowful,
and possibly
weeping
because they feel that in someway their “most decent” friend was herself not being
“rude” and “offensive” themselves in acting in the manner that they did
should we cry for him?
someone feels that said site’s administrators will see this piece that placed himself and his little friend in a place of worry
and
teary
eyed
doldrums
and they will “REMOVE IT as they should”
so that all the sad & bad feelings that this provoked in the both of them will just wash away like the sand on the beach near the flowing ocean waters
should we cry for him?
someone must think that all people believe in a place called hell and that people can therefore be “hell bent” on their own “sick and twisted ideology”
so that “there is not room enough for reading or any common sense whatsoever” (whatever that sentence is supposed to mean)
and the fact that some people may not believe in the same fictional place as “hell” like this person, and the fact that “sick and twisted” ideologies are again, those which make this person and their friend
“one of the most decent human beings on the planet”
well it all just makes them feel
just
downright
forlorn
so should we cry for him?
 
 
it’s such a difficult question to answer in a country with a first amendment to its constitution (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First_Amendment_to_the_United_States_Constitution),
and all the real problems in the world to pay attention to before giving a shit about a sad little girl who didn’t like what was written about their chosen profession,
isn’t it?


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