11 Replies to “Month of controversy”

  1. I’m just wondering what else there is left to talk about :)

    I move for an essay on black lesbian witches for abortion.

  2. Unless you plan on making ridiculous claims with no fact checks or basis, or immature statements, I imagine it’s pretty hard to be too controversial. Even on the internet.

    If you’re throwing an opinion out there and you think the majority of readers are going to disagree with you, then that would be a pretty unusual opinion coming from you. You don’t normally voice things that people don’t agree with or see your point at least, right or wrong.

  3. Melinda: I’ve had a few things brewing in my head that I’m going to release. There’s no reason; no more reason that any of us for writing.

    Hale: I expected something like this from you. No surprises there.

    Adam: Not sure if you’re serious here or not. Do you think I’m normally agreeable?

  4. Yes I was serious. I don’t think you say heaps of things that aren’t agreed to by the majority. Certainly not on your blog. Plus you generally listen to other peoples opinions. Most controversial people don’t listen to others, they just keep putting their opinion out there for themselves.

  5. Controversial topics tend to make people upset, and I’m sure you don’t have the time to deal with potentially upset friends between now and after you get back the honeymoon. I didn’t mean to suggest the wedding would be affected in any way. I’m sorry if I was unclear about that.

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