Someone just sent me this:
"tholman to odetteroulette
You libs are difficult. Obviously not very successful and trying to put people down by boasting how intelligent you are. Wake up and come over to the republican side. We can give you minimum wage and maybe a t-shirt. Love to have ya! as that hottie Sara Palin would say."
Apparently, by correctly tagging this person as someone actually being paid (How do you get this job? Someone's cousin? What?) to sit in a campaign office scarfing down 'freedom' donuts and wearing a McCain/Palin t-shirt, I am suddenly "unsuccessful" and bragging about my wit. Plus, evidently some people are going to vote for Palin because they want to have sex with her. Which is, you know, really, how sad is that?
I know I should stay away from the trolls, except, of course, for FREAKY who is wonderful, but how funny that I guessed correctly. I shouldn't feed or water them, but here's my question (in a long rambling paragraph):
I don't get it. These people don't even really make me mad either. They aren't going to sway my vote, piss me off, or do anything but make me laugh and them and feel a tiny bit sorry for them. I do not get this job.
Well, I guess it's money, and in these hard times, created primarily by the credit default swaps and Republican deregulation, I guess you have to earn money somewhere, right? But what would be the point of sending people out and paying them to post on websites? Do they think someone will be swayed by this nonsense?
By the way, now you all know what I do when someone sends me snippy e-mails.