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So, I'm reading someone's journal and there's a post in which he asks people who he's removed from his friends list to remove him from theirs. I'm on that list. Now, I'm not bothered that he doesn't read my journal. What amazes me, is that he's requesting, on a public journal, mind you, that people remove him from thier list. Here's a thought...if you don't want the general public reading your journal - don't make it public. *gasp* I know, difficult, ain't it?

Oh yeah, if by some slim chance he is reading this...don't worry, I have removed you from my friends list. Sorry that I, you know, found interest there. But hey, thems the breaks....I'll respect the request, laughable as I find it.


( 2 comments — Drop A Feather )
Nov. 26th, 2003 05:46 am (UTC)
I'm perplexed by that as well. And I've even mentioned to him, in many of his griping posts, that if he doesn't want people, other than his Friends, to read his posts, that he can set it to 'Friends only'. I don't know why he hasn't done that. It's just a simple change...

I mean, if it's such a big deal that he has to take the time to bitch about it why not just flip that switch? I'm just confused by the whole thing. And it's rather rude too.
Nov. 26th, 2003 05:50 am (UTC)
I don't mean anything against him really...it's just, well, dumb. He's not someone I ever knew very well anyway, so I'm not in the least offended that he doesn't read my journal, or doesn't want me reading his. I think the thing that gets me is that he leaves it public. I mean, what's he gonna do if some random joe comes along to read his journal? I can at least claim that I knew him as an aquintance through work. Bah. Whatever :P
( 2 comments — Drop A Feather )

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