Well… for all of you who have yet to see it, Jasmin Lill has done another excellent interview for News.com.au. I’m going to link to The Australian version, because there are only two comments and they are a WHOLE lot less shitty than those on the Courier Mail (one of my colleagues tried to read them and he got so angry and upset I had to make him stop reading) and nobody needs to be subjected to that.
But speaking of being subjected to things… boy, have I had a lot of hate in my inbox over the past 8-10 hours. No doubt there will be more, the bullies and abusers always come out of the woodwork whenever one of us has something in the mainstream media. It was like fat hate bingo on steroids all day.
I know why. Two reasons. Firstly, they’re afraid, because they’re being called out on their shitty behaviour publicly – it makes them nervous that someone in their own lives is going to tell them what douchebags they are. It’s only a matter of time before it happens. Secondly, they are unbelievably jealous. They’re so dirty that they’re not the ones being listened to, being asked their opinions, being sought after to tell their story. It drives them wild with jealousy that the people that they believe are beneath them, that they believe they are better than, are the ones being taken seriously. Man, that’s got to sting. Good.
However, the reason I’m posting tonight is that while I was on the train home tonight, feeling tired after an intense day, frustrated that The Courier Mail don’t have a better commenting policy, and fed up with being told to go die in a fire or that I am disgusting, a song shuffled into play on my iTunes and just reminded me of the important message.
So for all of you who’ve ever had to deal with pathetic people who have nothing better to do than say hateful things, here’s a song for you…