All about me - and you.
I've been collecting anonymous comments - the kind we bloggers complain about claiming we are persecuted. That's funny.
This blog is all about you and your various interactions with what's left of Catholicism. This entails being sorry for things you either haven't done or things you don't intend on remedying. You can always feel good about yourself by taking control of the situation and blocking comments, getting a new hairstyle or even making a new painting of Mathew Shepherd as the Shepherd, or something to really get people angry. Anything to feel superior and judge those who don't share your advanced spirituality and cultural talents. Even in a post about defending Mark Shea, it always can come back to you.Yep. It is all about me. I'm sure if anonymous has a blog - it's all about him too.
Just because people don't like you or what you say doesn't mean you are a persecuted passion-bearer. If everyone of us knew the thoughts of others in our regard...
On second thought, maybe anonymous commenters really do us a favor after all. I believe thanks are in order.