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Calling My House, Fandom? Seriously?

Posted on 2010.07.11 at 00:27
Current Mood: confusedbaffled by the crazy
Someone called my house repeatedly just before midnight, and kept yelling at my mother about censorship. Seriously, this is not cool behavior, fandom. I'm sorry if I'm not responding to my hate mail fast enough, but calling my house and blasting incoherent rage at whoever answers the phone is not going to convince me to see the light.

Also, I'm not doing anything that qualifies as censorship. I was just sitting my own corner, peacefully using my own labeling policy on my own fanfic on my own website. You're the one trying to make me delete content from my own website because you claim it offends you.

Your logic is not Earth logic, and you're making your side look spectacularly stupid. So thanks for making us take our phone off the hook for the night, that's just fantastic.

Comments:


Kizmet
kizmet_42 at 2010-07-11 23:46 (UTC) (Link)
Well, gotta love the phone off the hook.

No phone number on the caller ID?

Maybe they're yelling in support of you? Cause I can't for the life of me think why you'd be accused of it.
Spiletta42
spiletta42 at 2010-07-12 00:20 (UTC) (Link)
Someone seriously misquoted me a few days ago, and that someone has over three thousand followers on LJ and DW. Some of them know how to use google. *sigh*
Kizmet
kizmet_42 at 2010-07-12 17:13 (UTC) (Link)
Nevertheless, (a lovely word I rarely get to use) caller ID may be a boon right now. You know who should be calling... and knowing someone with an unknown number can leave a message might appease Mom, if it's work related.
Spiletta42
spiletta42 at 2010-07-18 02:16 (UTC) (Link)
We have caller ID. My concern was that this person was going to tie up the line by calling over and over again during working hours, thus causing client calls to end up on the voicemail. There is nothing more frustrating than a voicemail full of screeching fax machines, and a lack of timecards from which to process payrolls that need to be direct deposited by a rapidly approaching deadline.

Fortunately, she only called a few times during working hours, and has since lost interest entirely. (knock on wood)
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