Marissa, thank you for your comment on my recent post regarding people who loathe DC. While there were some valid and logical points in there, you wrapped them in so much piss, vinegar, vulgarity, and false logic that many get lost.
My point was that if you don’t know this city – don’t know the specific things I cited – you don’t know this city. Criticism of things you don’t know with blanket statements, generalizations and absolutes is patently absurd.
You dismiss museums – I will never waste words in defense of art to those who think that art needs a defense. You clearly misinterpret the mention of one bar, in the comments, to represent it as the ONLY cool place in DC. I choose to believe that you deliberately misrepresented truth in an effort to make a point because for me to state the alternative is even less polite.
You also falsely suggested that your opinion was devalued as a fad. That was another contrivance of your own perception made because it was conversationally expedient towards making your standard issue talking points.
You suggested that I hate you because you have a differing opinion and then called me a jackass for doing so. Let me be clear – I don’t hate many people, and you have not done enough to earn a place on that list. You choose to read hate into a post that had nothing to do with you – does your narcissism know any bounds?
I don’t hate you but I don’t like you either not because your thoroughly entitled opinion differs from mine, but because:
Your thought process is thin
Your inference about men and “frenemies” was clearly homophobic
Your writing is a cliché wrapped in slices of low hanging fruit
You either don’t understand the sociological implication of using the word uppity or you choose to ignore it.
And because rape jokes are never funny, you self-loathing anti-feminist
You have your corner of the internet to opine, vent, rant, whatever. However, you chose to come to my little corner and be rude to me. I am all for intelligent discourse, and your comment barely passed the laugh test there, however I will not tolerate being treated rudely in this little corner any more than I would in my own home.