Q. Isn't somebody who calls names a meanie meano?
A. Meanie meano? This all started over language that had me spitting soda all over my keyboard. And it's progressed to "meanie meano."
Q. I mean, you're supposed to be a Christian and everything. You quote Ephesians in your sidebar and everything.
A. I'm human. I believe I said I wanted to be more like Jerome Lejeune: Brilliant, devout, gentle, humble. Which I'm not. I'm the first to admit that.
Q. Well then isn't there an apology in order?
A. I have to concede yes. But it sticks in my craw. My mind screams, "How can anybody post 'My vagina is angry' in a public forum and then be hurt, offended, or otherwise troubled when that brings down a Moonbat Alert? It's like somebody toking down in a public park, explaining to the squirrels how the number 12 is the secret of the universe, and them being hurt, offended, or otherwise troubled at being called a stoner."
Q. Shouldn't you look past stuff that strikes you as odd, wrong, or even crazy to try to understand the human being saying/writing the words?
A. Yes. There you're 100% right. It's not hard to concede that a different approach to "My vagina is angry" would have been far more polite, devout, gentle, humble, productive, etc. That's 100% right. I am sorry I did it. I guess that to somebody to whom The Vagina Monologues makes sense, "My vagina is angry" is probably a pithy, witty thing to say. I can't see it. But evidently there's a whole population of people to whom it makes perfect sense.
Q. Then what's the problem with apologizing?
A. Ego. Screaming, "But I was provoked!"
Q. Is that a legitimate excuse?
A. No. You're right there. It's not.
Q. So what are you gonna do?
A. Well, I'm posting this. Posting, "Okay, you're right. And I'll make the effort to do differently in the future. And in the mean time I'll wrestle privately with my pride." Good enough?