He visited my blog as a result of a comment I posted at Extreme Liberal's Blog, then stumbled onto my post on Michael Moore. Here's part of his comment on my comment:
TROLL Sherman, read you blog and love your “intellectual” infantile description of Michael Moore which shows you are a HATER.I hereby confess that my Michael Moore post is not intellectual and totally infantile. However, I also confess that I hate Michael Moore. Why not? This olf is threatening my life style and the well-being of my family by his political activism and nonsensical political opinions. He's actively working to lower my living standard. What's not to hate?
This fat tub of lard, and his ilk, is not only evil but dangerous to the internal peace of our society.TROLL Sherman, you think your wife’s friend Irene is EVIL only because she is a liberal! I suspect your only friends are fellow HATERS.
The irony is the guy is purportedly “rich” himself!
I used to sit next to a guy like him in first grade. Get within two feet and the ass stench was unbearable.
I suspect Michael doesn’t have very many friends.
I freely confess: I hate Michael Moore. I have hated Michael Moore for many, many years, ever since I first witnessed his open mouth and the crap spilling out of it.
Merriam-Webster defines "hate" as follows:
An intense hostility and aversion usually deriving from fear, anger or sense of injury...extreme dislike or antipathy...Yup, that about sums up my feelings for Michael Moore.
I guess grantinhouston is just going to have to get over it.
By the way, I'm not a "hater" all the time. Neither does "hating" define my personality. I am a discriminating "hater." Why? Because I am a thinking human being, able to discern right from wrong, good from evil. I love right and good. I hate wrong and evil.
Yes, grantinhouston, Michael Moore is evil. It's the chief reason I hate him.
I believe "hate" is a healthy emotion, so long as you control it and it doesn't control you. By "control" I mean keeping hate in the realm of language and abstract discussion. Allowing "hate" to break into the field of action and interpersonal relations is not wise.
So, grantinhouston, feel free to hate me. No harm, no foul. We all hate someone or something, don't we? Besides, like they say: Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words can never hurt me."
By the way, just to be clear, I don't hate grantinhouston...not yet.
Maybe if I ever get to know him better...