August 28, 2007


While I'm admittedly over-sensitive, there are some criticisms that are just too laughable to let them bother me. It appears that my "nemesis" has rediscovered all the reasons he fell in hate with me in the first place. Ha. I've never linked to him before because he doesn't really deserve any traffic, but what the heck. Go see how much I get under his skin, for some hilarious reason. You can just feel how much it galls him that I like Walmart.

War Cheerleaders, Laptop Warriors, and Other Everyday Loons

How touching that he hasn't posted since February but took the time today to crank out an entry on me. Gosh, I feel so special.

I guess I'm supposed to feel bad that there's a war on and I'm knitting instead of running to the nearest recruiter's station. Sorry, that's not as unique of a jab as it may seem. Besides, all those squares I crocheted will be assembled into an afghan for wounded servicemembers, so even my yarnwork is doing its part for the war. Plus, saying my husband's service isn't enough and that I need to join too, isn't that the grown-up equivalent of playground logic: "If you love the war so much, why don't you marry it?"

So thanks to No Name Person for coming out of blog retirement to make fun of me again. And thanks a bunch for coming and leaving a comment for me so I would be sure to see the post; it was such a classy move, and otherwise I would never have known that your precious little site was still in operation.

And let me know when you come up with more material for ridiculing me in the future. I can't wait!

Posted by: Sarah at 04:40 AM | Comments (16) | Add Comment
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1 Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage Most likely causes: Your Options not set to accept twerpsites. The website is encountering problems of idiocy. There might be unreadable foolishness in the site. What you can try: Common sense and reason Ignoring the jerk Both of the above

Posted by: Anwyn at August 28, 2007 06:37 AM (dzxw9)

2 I really couldn't get to the site, though. And good on you for not letting him bother you.

Posted by: Anwyn at August 28, 2007 06:39 AM (dzxw9)

3 Sarah, The dude vaca's in France, 'nuff said. Ignore him.

Posted by: tim at August 28, 2007 07:08 AM (nno0f)

4 Sarah - Shaking my head in disbelief that someone would actually take the time to be so hurtful. What a jackass. Not sure the other words I would use to describe him should be printed here.

Posted by: keri at August 28, 2007 07:27 AM (l3uZP)

5 Hmm. Considering that his heroes appear to be cowards who enlisted in the Army, then refused to serve and fled to Canada and other places, you might want to consider his dislike of you as a supreme compliment. LIKING the sarcasm, Sarah! Give me more!

Posted by: Oda Mae at August 28, 2007 08:22 AM (WprLw)

6 "The insults of an enemy are a tribute to the brave." --old Afghan saying

Posted by: david foster at August 28, 2007 10:22 AM (gguM0)

7 even more insulting "the once popular". Oh my! Does he not know you are even more popular than EVER now, and that you are still the number one war cheerleader? If not, maybe he will read this and take note.

Posted by: armywifetoddlermom at August 28, 2007 11:24 AM (/xeap)

8 I am not as nice as other people and I always add that I am ok with that. Grin! What a friggin moron and asshat! I couldn't even find a place to comment over there or believe me, I would have. Screw the haters! Keep at what you are doing. I love ya for sharing your life, opinions and thoughts with all of us and driving on.

Posted by: LMT at August 28, 2007 02:13 PM (ASoq0)

9 Ohh, THERE the site is! I was looking for it a while back. He's not very witty or interesting, is he? I love the you're not doing enough argument myself. What? You're married to a soldier and you make sure that everything is taken care of and their mental health level remains in a place where he can do his job? NOT ENOUGH! You knit blankets for wounded soldiers? STILL NOT ENOUGH! You work with Soldier's Angels to help the wounded? NOT EVEN ENOUGH! People like this argue with my husband, too. You deployed twice in the GWoT? NOT ENOUGH! It's not like you were wounded or anything! He's just jealous because you are cuter than he is. Also, you have original ideas, not just the whining of someone who can only manage to complain about what others accomplish rather than going out and creating a better world himself.

Posted by: airforcewife at August 28, 2007 03:39 PM (emgKQ)

10 Hey WCW, I tried to access your stat counter to see how many visits you get, but it's set to private. Can you set it to public so I can get an idea of what kind of traffic you get? I am just curious about what affect Sarah's linking to you had on inceasing your visits? Would you agree to playing along to satisfy my curiosity?

Posted by: CaliValleyGirl at August 28, 2007 04:38 PM (deur4)

11 It's typical illogical logic. No one is a cheerleader for war. But I am personally a cheerleader against others that want to destroy my way of life or try to kill my fellow citizens. It's the chickenhawk BS. If you believe in the war then enlist. Well guess what? I know you'll be shocked, but the Army doesn't actually take everyone who volunteers. He's winding you up. Ignore him. He probably did it to get traffic on his blog.

Posted by: Mare at August 28, 2007 04:49 PM (NVYkg)

12 Mare -- That's what's so perfect about the chickenhawk argument: only one side has to do anything. If you're for the war, you have to enlist. If you're against the war, you don't have to do anything except type on a blog.

Posted by: Sarah at August 28, 2007 06:00 PM (TWet1)

13 No blogging from February until late August? Let me see if I can come up with the likely narrative for this douche. Spring break and then Finals were a killer so no time to write. Summer of living at home with mom and dad and catching up with my high school friends while working the ol' job at pizza hut. Late August-time to move back to the dorms with a fast internet connection-good for porno and catching up on all that blogging. Ten bucks says this dude is 19, Sarah. Offer to buy him some beer and maybe he'll be a little nicer.

Posted by: Mike D at August 29, 2007 05:02 AM (TWet1)

14 No comments, private sitemeter. Gutsy "man," that one.

Posted by: Anwyn at August 29, 2007 07:05 AM (dzxw9)

15 Seems like he & his junior high buddies do this kind of thing for fun. I took a screen shot so even if it goes away, I still have it. His website is listed on this comments page as one of the participants. What losers. "Agent Moonbat" is a busy boy.

Posted by: Guard Wife at August 29, 2007 03:17 PM (mMRvT)

16 He doesn't even allow comments. What a weenie. Think he's afraid of something? Like -- finding out he isn't the be-all and end-all of the universe and we're not all out here nodding our heads in agreement with his stupid assertions? He's pathetic.

Posted by: JT at August 30, 2007 08:17 AM (iSmSD)

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