Ah nasty judgmental comments from my critics

Posted on +00002007-03-15T21:12:43+00:00312007bUTCThu, 15 Mar 2007 21:12:43 +0000 5, 206

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So this person admits right away that they are a hypocrite, since they judge me without reading the whole post, or any other posts on this site. I love the critics- thats the best part of blogging- getting your fingers pumped to blast someone who so blatantly messes their whole argument up. Enjoy!

Wouldn’t you like to know // Mar 15th 2007 at 9:20 p03 (edit)

I get the feeling you are a spoiled brat and missed the point of the shabbaton. I have to admit I only read the first half of your rambling, as I lost interest. You judged everyone down to the hosts that let you sleep at their house. Your hosts took a risk and let a stranger into their home so they can aid that stranger in finding their bashert. You judged the people who gave you food for shabbat. Who spent hours and hours preparing, just to make you feel comfortable and at home. More importantly as opposed to making the best of the situation [being single that is] and try to network / connect to anyone. [not necessarily romantic or friendship just network] Because in fact you never know who you will meet and might introduce you to someone that might be, to you, appealing. Let me tell you a short true story that happened to me. I met a girl on an ETM shabbaton and we decided to have a good time because “why not”. Sadly we met no one on the shabbaton. BUT!!! I introduced this new found acquaintance of mine to a guy. Next thing you know they are married! “Who would have thunk it” NETWORKING! Can you believe it?!?! I think you need to take a step back and look at things in a different perspective. I am not saying Shabbatons are for you, because apparently they are not. However, like any situation, try to enjoy life…

Oh and I bet you I enjoy life much more then you hahaha….

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