Did I do the right thing?

I’ve been trying to keep my posts pretty positive this Christmas week, but I just wanted some advice on whether or not, I did the right thing.

I left my Guild in Guild Wars 2. I don’t know if you’ve heard of the fires in Australia? With everything that’s going on everywhere else, I wouldn’t be surprised.

However, there was one night on our Guild chat area, we were talking about the lack of sympathy or empathy that our Australian politicians seem to have regarding these Fires. Especially our own Prime Minister. He took for a family holidays, 5 firies have now died. 10 year old children, whose houses have been burnt down. Peacefully protesting, are getting threatened with arrest from the police. I am absolutely disgusted by the people in charge. I know that Discord chats are not always the best place to have political type discussions. But it was nice to see people stand up for Australia, through such a really rough time.

The next morning I woke up and let my cat out and I could smell smoke. Considering the only time of year I’ve smelt smoke where I live is during Winter, with our neighbours open fireplaces. It was a pretty scary moment. So I went on to thank the people, for standing up for Australia, just to find that all the comments had been deleted.

The only explanation that we got is that one of the moderators didn’t want to see that “shit” Too keep politics private, that politicians can’t do anything anyway. Fires are fires, no one can do anything.

Now I get, politics can get annoying. But this was literally the first time that I had ever seen this stuff talked about on there. I thought it was a little extreme to not only play off what we were talking about as “annoying”, but I couldn’t even then thank the people I had been talking about it with the night before. But to DELETE the comments! Nope, that was a step too far. People are on there talk about their anxiety, how they can’t sleep and that sets me off. But you know, I don’t complain about it. Sometimes you just need to know someone cares.

So I said “I came on today to say thank you to those who stood up for Australia last night. I know it’s easy to ignore when there’s no smoke or smell of fire right outside your door. I would have thanked them privately but the comments have been deleted.”

Then I started to leave my Guild.

Did I do the right thing?

I just knew if I said anymore, if I stayed around. I would going to say something not actually nice.

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Trumpter Logic 23…Australia version

No kidding, a couple of days after the Australian elections there was an article written. The title was “I’m not a biggot just because I voted Liberal”. Which might be possibly true…

You know what a good clue is though, that perhaps you are? All the Trump supporters agreeing with you that rudeness is okay to vote for the other side and lump them all together. I am not kidding, there were so many Trump supporters saying this, because the Democrats are ‘rude’ to Trump.

I don’t know about you, but when an Trump supporter agrees with me (which hasn’t actually happened yet). The first thing that goes through my mind is “Okay, what have I said/written wrong here?” They will literally grab onto anything. For example I saw a “Liberal” saying that Trump didn’t mean to call the Duchess of Sussex “nasty”, if you listen you can hear his tone. So all these Trump supporters jumped on saying “Yeah, Liberals are always lying”…Except that’s not what she said. She was saying he still said it (because he did) he just didn’t mean it the way we think he did (because who can blame us that).

Prime Minister Scott Morrison already has a nickname “Liar from the Shire” Which I believe insults Hobbits, but here we are.

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I just caught the end of the reality tv show “Second Wives Club”. I wasn’t trying to watch it, it was literally the last ten minutes. In the episode “Tania” just shows up to an event that she did not RSVP too and got all stroppy with the host because she “didn’t need to RSVP” and it was “stupid” that she wasn’t allowed to just come in.

It did make me think though how many or little people, depending how you look at it. How people just don’t think they need to RSVP these days. I hear all the time people who are getting married, people just don’t RSVP to the receptions or the ceremony.

What is up with that?