Disapproved Because of the Word God
Forgive me for giving a rant today.
The comment request required that I ask a question, so I responded with asking a question. The only mistake I made is that I didn't anticipate he or she doesn't want the word God to be included in the comment.
We can argue that this is outrageous and not justice at all.
But since it is the blogger's prerogative to approve or disapprove according to his or her taste, then what we can only do is pray that our comment will land on a person's taste.
But he could have just answered my question. The person requested that I ask a question, I just followed the request.
Is it wrong to ask this kind of question?
It could have been dismissed with a simple reply.
This is crazy.
How could someone predict he or she doesn't like to see the word God?
I didn't even see a sign in the blog post that he or she is an atheist!
Again, the comment request required that I ask a question, so I did. What's wrong with that?
It might have been better if he or she just responded to my question, right?
There are a lot of comments given to my blog posts that I was supposed to disapprove but thinking of the welfare of the commenter, I approved them instead by just editing some portions of the comment that I didn't like.
Can you guys be more considerate or compassionate with your fellow WA members?
Just like I did? I lowered my standard in approving comments as I can edit some parts which I do not like. I only disapprove comments that are blatant disrespect to me.
(I encountered one guy who looked like he's just playing around, so I disapproved)
Think of your fellow's comment approval rating, how the fellow member might be affected by your being inconsiderate.
But whatever your view on this, I don't care NOW.
I in fact feel proud that I mentioned the word God.