Is that our fault?

All the blogger write things on their blog mostly meant to themself, not for public. For public, they might read blogger’s blog post and feel free to drop comment if have any. Blogger never force anybody to read their post or to visit their blog, no, they never do so.

Today, one of the blogger being attack by someone in the comment column. By tracking down the IP address, mostly she can know who is the one who left the comment. but is not the point to point out the people who done it. I just don’t understand, if you feel annoying while reading other people’s blog, you might left without continue it. And you may just ignore that blog too. But just why you need to write down so many rude words to disturb the owner? What’s wrong about you?

To my fellow readers, If you think my style of writing can’t suit you, please proceed to others blogs. You’re always welcome back to my blog, just don’t make me hate you by leaving bad comment on it. Thanks.

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7 Responses to “Is that our fault?”

  1. sleepinghill Says:

    I guess it is a risk we take when we put our thoughts and feelings out there for others to read. An occupational hazard, in other words. But knowing that doesn’t take the sting out of unkind words.

    RM

  2. syamsulariff.com Says:

    hm..in my blog i got positive and negative comment..its ok for me..just take all the comment positively 😀

  3. 明用一凡™ Says:

    im very much agreed the above replies, making sense though. as we already stepped in the blogging world, we cant stop people to comment good or worst. To do it, counter with the “neutralize” mindset, you will feel better.

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