I woke up and she was on my bed! Granted, I lifted her down. And then I found her on the kitchen counter. Stuck again but I lifted her down. Now, she’s kind of stuck on top of the stereo but I’ll go lift her down.
And she’s running around, this weird, more like a bunny hop than a run, since she is only faking being able to put weight on that front leg. But, her limp is so slight this morning that, I swear, if I hadn’t checked yesterday afternoon to see for sure that she was in one piece, I wouldn’t have given her injury a second thought today, since she’s so clearly improving.
I’m hoping the vet can just glue her shut, you know?
As for yesterday, yes, I did remove the comments calling me a slut and a tramp. I kept them, so I can check IPs against them later if I need to. And it’s not even like it bothers me to be called a slut or a tramp by anonymous people on the internet. Shit, especially when I’m all at full volume worried about the cat, they’re barely making background noise.
But, actually, it was just because they were barely making background noise. They weren’t looking to have a discussion or anything. They just came over from The Tennessean and spouted the same abusive crap here that they’d spout over there.
It does make me wonder, though, about whether any traffic is good traffic. If all The Tennessean can send me is abusive, anonymous assholes, is it really a benefit or a compliment to be linked to from them? Even if The Tennessean can focus a firehose of eyes on a person, is it worth it?
I don’t know. If there are those of you who got here from The Tennessean and are just lurking and trying to get a feel for the place and trying to decide if you like it, please know that this isn’t about you. Even if you do decide I’m too trampy or slutty for you to read, just deciding “Well, then, I won’t read her” is completely good manners. Thanks for stopping by and not wiping metaphorical shit on yourself while insisting it’s supposed to be some kind of comment on my appropriateness.
But this whole thing kind of goes hand-in-hand with the problem of not moderating your comments. All discussions aren’t actually good discussions and all visitors you send a blog aren’t necessarily people that blogger wants to be on the radar of.