I’ve had this video up on YouTube for a couple years; it affected me positively, so I put it up to affect others positively. At first, I left comments open, but I had to close them down because maintenance took too much time. Every day I was having to spam and delete several nasty comments. That slowed them down, but I still get nasty messages on my public profile and in my inbox.

This one was from just a couple weeks ago.

message in my youtube inbox

Yes, it’s just a sad, sad, small person with substandard genitalia, but it still makes me a sad, sad, …person… with… serviceable genitalia.

Then shortly after I discovered that little gem in the inbox, Tom pointed this comic from cyanide & happiness.

Cyanide and Happiness, a daily webcomic
Cyanide & Happiness @ Explosm.net

It’s disturbing, yet somewhat apropos.

Merry flippin’ Christmas.

I haven’t found a job/income yet; I’m depressed, but hangin’ onto the ledge.

By the skin of my teeth.

2 Responses to “Isn’t that just the pickle on the crap sandwich that has been my week.”
  1. AmyM says:

    YouTube comments are possibly worse than Washington Post comments. I try my best not to look at them, but sometimes temptation pulls me in- and I usually regret it, since I would rather be oblivious to the pond scum out there. Yech. Sorry.

  2. Sarah says:

    This makes me so sad. I cannot grasp why it is totally socially acceptable to put down and slander people of faith, yet those of faith are deemed idiots or narrow-minded when we express our beliefs. Freedom of speech – yeah right. Only for those who are not religious.
    There was a Glee episode about that very thing this year – how people who believe have to keep their faith to themselves so as not to offend others, but those who are AAA can say whatever they want, not considering the fact that they are offending those who believe.

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