In comments, I politely disagreed with the host about anyone being crazy for not buying the evolution scam.
As an aside, do you know that you once would have been ridiculed out of the scientific community for not buying into global warming?
Evolution is like that.
If you know me at all, you know I'm not rude or combative generally.
There was a polite reply from the host to my comment.
The next time I went to visit the site I got a message that said:
HTTP Error 403 - Forbidden
Access forbidden. The request generated an error and has been logged.
Silly me, I thought there might be a problem with the website.
Today I went to the blog and found I could access it from work.
Out of curiosity, I went to the post to read my comment and see if I was more contentious than I thought.
Lo and behold, my comment and the reply had been deleted.
I'll miss the snide snarkyness and wit usually displayed at that site, but I'm amazed that someone would react in such a way.
In other news today,
Due to some work related issues and lack of sleep, I am feeling rather down.
I should be up.
The weather is finally nice.
Over the weekend I fixed some holes in the bottom of my boat and it doesn't sink as fast now.
Scherie and I went out on the lake Labor Day evening to watch the sun go down and it was nice.
Until the we heard drunken idiot being towed back to the launch.
Everybody must have heard him.
Bellow is the word that comes to mind.
I still hear echoes of the repetitive F-bomb and the constant reference to the whore (his description) sitting next to him.
I have no idea why the pontoon boat towing him didn't cut him loose.
As I was waiting for Scherie to back up the trailer to pull our boat out, I heard them arguing some more.
She said something to the effect of "I have the keys to the truck and I'm leaving without you."
Whereupon she did.
He did however think to compliment me on my boat (which is a regular occurrence).
I'm just thinking that it's a good thing that his boat was disabled what with his drunken stupidity, the diminished visibility of the evening and the apparent 450 horsepower of the V8 in the back of his watercraft.
Remembering that evening has been a tonic for my soul.