Wednesday, April 20, 2005

Thank you Mr. Spammer Man!

I want to thank the person who keeps posting the U.S. Constitution to our blog. If it wasn't for that individual I wouldn't know that anyone was reading what is published here. Not only is someone reading it, but they are taking the time out to harass it. I really feel honored that you seem to feel threaten by what we write.

When you are attempting to make a difference in the world (in this case give survivors of sexual violence a place to talk), and no one harasses you, you have to stop and wonder if your doing your job well?

We all should feel honored that our voices are so threatening to at least one individual that they have the need to harass us. Each and every time they post the constitution to this blog I am reminded of how important this blog is. Thank you for helping me know I'm doing the right thing by keeping this blog going.

From a marketing perspective when someone comes to the blog and sees that there are 20 - 30 comments to each posting. It makes it appear like we are extremely popular. Then when you read the postings are mostly from a spammer, you have to really read the content of the blog.

Our spammer is helping the world to see how important it is to give survivors of sexual violence an outlet to speak out. You are providing the evidence we needed, that our voices are have not been heard in the past, and one of the reasons was because we where threatened into silence. It's not going to work anymore.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for writing what you did. So true. I can't stop laughing. You're absolutely correct.

April 26, 2005 10:13 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hahahaha! Great post. Keep up the good work.

April 26, 2005 10:14 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I want to personally thank JSSV, Naomi, Dina Tamar, and Mara for doing an excellent job with this blog. You are doing a great service by offering a place for all of us to be heard.

April 26, 2005 10:14 AM  

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