A challenge to readers who vote my posts as ‘Poor’


For your vote to have any meaning at all, it would be useful if accompanied by a comment explaining your reason(s).

Do you not have the courage of your convictions?

Are you a troll paid to disparage my opinions.

Without a reason, your vote has no influence on me, nor, I expect, on other readers who hopefully have the intelligence to form their own opinions.

So it is up to you – please stop wasting my time and abusing my blog, and wasting your own time, or contribute some constructive criticism and play a useful part in the blogging world.

It may be of interest to you that there are well over 700 followers of my blog, regularly increasing in number, but occasionally one drops off the list. That’s another way of expressing dissatisfaction with a published issue. Again, it would be constructive to offer a comment.  Disappointing!

Thank You!

PS. Heartfelt thanks to all followers, especially those who contribute comments, pros and cons.

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About Ken McMurtrie

Retired Electronics Engineer, most recently installing and maintaining medical X-Ray equipment. A mature age "student" of Life and Nature, an advocate of Truth, Justice and Humanity, promoting awareness of the injustices in the world.
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9 Responses to A challenge to readers who vote my posts as ‘Poor’

  1. David Stakes says:

    You are rather right wing in your stance to things, dont have a problem with it,entitled to your opinion. But I sometimes wonder at the reasoning behind your opinions.

    • Wonderful, thanks for this comment.
      Right or Left wing, is judgmental and compartmental, perhaps overused. What I care about is truth, justice and exploitation. Sometimes very socialistic, always a pacifist,
      It follows that many do not agree with my opinions. At least I have the opportunity to air them in public. They are generally based on other sources, mostly well supported by credible evidence. So opinions are inherently, arguably right or wrong.
      What should not be arguable are facts, for which I try to express my support.
      Of course, people’s interpretation of facts vary.
      My reasoning is based on factual information, as far as I can understand and interpret it.
      Any bias could be due to a tendency to be anti-establishment, anti-war, anti-exploitation of the masses, that sort of thing.
      It would be great and really appreciated if you can be bothered to comment on any of my posts regarding credibility and failure to make my reasoning clear.
      Once again, thanks David.

  2. hirundine608 says:

    One thing I try never to do; is dislike any posts. Of yours, or anyone. If I don’t care for the subject or the manner in which it’s written. I just move on. Others should do that. Instead they sit like a troll under the little bridge trying to sandbag those who pass over. Cheers Jamie.

  3. omanuel says:

    Ken, I appreciate your commitment to truth in a world that has lost its values.

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