Mrs. Linklater wasn't going to make a really big deal out of this catfight. [See previous entry.] She actually had a moment of maturity, but, fortunately, it passed. THEN, Mrs. L discovered that she had been BLOCKED from leaving a comment at this misguided woman's blog. TSK TSK. It's not nice to block Mrs. Linklater. Here's what this sanctimonious priss wrote in the comments at her journal -- she was too chicken to write them here:
FACT: Descrimination is obviously a reality
for the two women who have posted to my blog. I'm sorry they have experienced
this reality in their lives.
Uh. The word is "Discrimination." Only one of your commenters was a woman. Me.
[Then I was blocked, because I think you're afraid of me. Na na na na
na.] The other commenter
was a GUY, if you'd taken the time to check. I thought you were
supposedly some kinda professional writer. By the way just because you've self published a book doesn't make you a professional writer.
Their reality is not my reality. I have never had a problem with a man.
Yes you have. You write in your journal about your first husband, whom you
divorced because he was abusive. I consider THAT a problem.
I have often had trouble dealing with women.
Here's a thought. Write down everything about women that you don't
like. Those qualities are the ones you don't like in
yourself. And cause trouble with other women. Oh, wait, you do that in the next couple of sentences.
Perhaps that is why most of
my friends are male rather than female and why I prefer to work with men
I've seen the picture you posted at your book
site. It is very pretty. I bet you play the flirt card with
guys all the time. You have to be real with women. Just don't get fat or ugly or old or your
flirt value will expire faster than a library card in a rock band.
Most women I know are catty, jealous people lacking of a self-esteem.
I think you mean "Lacking IN self-esteem."
It's mistakes like that which call into question your claim of
professional writerhoodliness. Plus, don't forget what I said about your
criticism of other women being about yourself. Ya know?
Sure, not all women are this way, [How would you know, you don't have any female friends] it just seems to be the norm, in my opinion.
We all have our own realities and form our own opinions based on our own realities and perceptions.
Abso-freaking-lutely. Your reality seems skewed by what you choose to ignore.