DJ – your comments are so infantile that …

by Rob on July 23, 2014

Comment posted on Saving Water : Using Greywater by Darlene

DJ – your comments are so infantile that they almost aren’t worth my time or anyone else’s for that matter. Why do you feel the need to go on someone’s blog and bash them? Give us your blog address so we can see what kind of brilliant wisdom you have written.

My take – those that can do. Those that can’t – bash others.

For what it’s worth, I’m Rob’s girlfriend and I can guarantee you he isn’t gay. But if he was he’d still be my best friend.

You realize in your last few comments you’ve bashed Rob personally, Canadians, gays and environmentalists. What’s next gender? You wanna bash me too.

I have better things to do with my time and the only reason I commented is because I find your comments sad and humorous.

Darlene also commented

  • so you didn’t back up your site?

    so let’s see – your site is hacked, so rather than fix it, or back it up and reload it – you choose to visit someone else’s and act as a heckler. Interesting how some people choose to spend their time.

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