How it really goes down

Can’t tell you how many times I’ve done this:

Step 1 – Grrr! Say it!

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Step 2 – Sigh. Delete:

Second

Step 3 – …be gracious:

Third

Thank God for his extended grace.:-)

10 comments:

  1. LOL, Judah - great post! I think we all can relate. If you think that I can sometimes be a bit harsh with my comments, just imagine what I really want to say:)

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  2. Haha, a *harsh* Gene Shlomovich post? Here that's what I thought we were witnessing all along! I'd hate to see what constitutes a truly harsh post from you, Gene, hahah. :-)

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  3. What is amazing on all of these different blogs is how a lot of people say a bunch of nothing.

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  4. Judah, no - you were witnessing a nice, soft and cuddly side of one having grown up as an Ukrainian Jew:) Sort of like being a Dan Benzvi's "sabra", but only with having had actual antisemites cursing and beating you:)

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  5. " What is amazing on all of these different blogs is how a lot of people say a bunch of nothing."

    With you, Anonymous, being the perfect example.

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  6. Gene,

    I know you think I am a sweet-heart, don't you?

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  7. "I know you think I am a sweet-heart, don't you?"

    Dan, I am not sure about the "sweetheart" part, but I would [almost] be willing to bet that you are a far more amicable fella offline!

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  8. Lots of folks never hesitate to post Step #1!

    One of my favorite cartoons showed someone on the computer posting blog comments with his wife asking him to come to bed. "I can't honey, somebody's wrong on the internet."

    I've certainly been there myself.

    Todd

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