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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Air your Grievances! : You must have also missed that I don't like guns. <strong>I must have missed the part where I was supposed to impress people??</strong>
    Posted by kcullen37[/QUOTE]
    You weren't supposed to. But if you're going to hang out in a certain place it's much more fun for people to like you in that place, no?  You put strong opinions out there, so don't expect people to not have an opinion on your opinions or you as a poster. Don't take it so personally. I know that sounds silly when it looks like this is a personal attack, but I promise it's not. When you put yourself out there, particularly on the big, international boards, you get feedback (sometimes warranted, sometimes not) about yourself whether you want it or not.
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Air your Grievances! : You must have also missed that I don't like guns. I must have missed the part where I was supposed to impress people??
    Posted by kcullen37[/QUOTE]

    Not everyone. Just me ;)

    But for real, it just seemed like you came in, started posting and the asslicking commenced. It was strange.
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Air your Grievances! :<strong> I just don't get what makes people so mad</strong>. I think I just don't pay enough attention. I do think that some of the people that were jumping on her in that thread were doing so to be cool. I don't doubt your hatred for her, but I think some of the others are too new to have built up anything real yet.
    Posted by cew515[/QUOTE]

    Well, I can only speak for myself, but I get so mad because I obviously am not getting enough of the sweet, sweet lovin' at home.  Also, I'm a horrible, nagging shrew of a woman.  You should feel bad for my husband.
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Air your Grievances! : It was near the beginning of the SB manual.  DIDN'T YOU READ THE MANUAL???
    Posted by NuggetBrain[/QUOTE]

    First rule of the manual: Don't talk about the manual.
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Air your Grievances! : You weren't supposed to. But if you're going to hang out in a certain place it's much more fun for people to like you in that place, no?  You put strong opinions out there, so don't expect people to not have an opinion on your opinions or you as a poster. Don't take it so personally. I know that sounds silly when it looks like this is a personal attack, but I promise it's not. When you put yourself out there, particularly on the big, international boards, you get feedback (sometimes warranted, sometimes not) about yourself whether you want it or not.
    Posted by laurenclaire1386[/QUOTE]

    Stop it LC your logic is ruining EVERYTHING.

    Also, it's all her fault for not reading the manual.
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    I have a grievance with talking about Twilight and Harry Potter.  Sigh.

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    [QUOTE]I have a grievance with lumping HP in the same category as Twilight. I love HP (the books. the movies are ok.) JK Rowling did an amazing job writing them. Her story, details, imagery, everything was fantastic. Now, I can't actually bring myself to read Twilight, but I've heard from several people I respect for their writing abilities that it's terribly written. Also, I don't see nearly as much HP merch as Twilight nonsense all over the place. Regardless, if you were JK Rowling or Stephanie Meyer and had the opportunity to have your work all over the place, wouldn't you?
    Posted by LedZeppelin[/QUOTE]

    I agree with this. I also think Twilight is incredibly disturbing from a feminist point of view. If my teen were ever reading it... well, we'd have to talk.
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    Kcullen, if you had seent he responses in the thread, we were arguing with that assessment. I mentioned that HP is NOT children's literature - they are marketed to children because the main characters are children, but JK Rowling didn't have an audience in mind. It's obvious you've never read the books.
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Air your Grievances! : I agree with this. I also think Twilight is incredibly disturbing from a feminist point of view. If my teen were ever reading it... well, we'd have to talk.
    Posted by sarah0725[/QUOTE]

    Even though I've read all of the Twilight books and seen the movies, there's no way I'd let a child of mine read them. The absolutely atrocious and horrid way SM develops this 'relationship' between Bella and Edward is just... It makes me cringe to think that teenage girls everywhere are going to look at that relationship as an ideal one and try to follow it. God help us.
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      I read Goodnight Moon and My Very Own Potty everynight so I'm not in a place to judge what others read.

    That said, I don't really care what others choose to read, or what other money springs from that. Good for the authors, I say, they don't make enough money as it is.
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    I like the Twilight series............
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Air your Grievances! : Oh god. Please no.
    Posted by cew515[/QUOTE]

    You're a little late, love.  It's been going on for the past 3 pages.  Hence my grievance with it.

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    [QUOTE]Twilight IS terribly written. But hey, sometimes people read things for the escapism (especially when they read a LOT of books for school, ok?!) and sometimes people read things to see what the hype is about and then realize they are very badly written, or just terrible books in general. (cough*DanBrown*cough)
    Posted by msmerymac[/QUOTE]


    Haha. I actually did like the Da Vinci Code. I was extremely disappointed by the movie, though. I haven't not read any of his other books, so I can't comment on those.
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Air your Grievances! : No the cash cow I was refering to is the movies and merch. Still maintain my stance on the books. And I know TONS of people who love them and I know I'm in a minority on them (esp HP). I just don't get it. I tried to get into them too b/c so many people I know with really great taste in books reccomended them, but they fell flat. I can't find my original comment in the other thread, I'm sure it was bitchy though, but it's how *I* feel about the books. I'm pretty sure I said something along the lines of me<strong> not understand why otherwise intelligent adults read them</strong>. I realize *I*  have the issue, I've been scolded before about it IRL by my sisters, but I stick to my guns when it comes to HP.
    Posted by kcullen37[/QUOTE]

    See, this offends me, as if somehow reading HP somehow puts a tarnish on your ability to see someone as an intelligent adult. Why not just say you don't like the books, and then move on? I'd imagine that if we picked apart all of your taste in everything, we'd find some non-intellectual things.
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    KCullen I dont think anyone has a problem with your aversion to the YA books.  I think it was more your particular stance on adults reading childrens/YA books.  You had said something along the lines of "Adults who read them are (insert offensive part)"  Im too lazy to find the quote.

    People were just looking for clarification.  I tried to help you out in that thread by saying that maybe you meant adults who ONLY read YA books, but you just got really defensive.  Usually on this board, if you say something that comes off the wrong way, you clarify and all is forgiven.  But it seemed to others that you had no interest in clarifying what you meant, so people assume you wanted to be judgmental of their reading choices.

    And thats why you are getting flamed by them.
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    Cullen- The other day you said "I'm so sick of this crazy "Christians" and their irrational hatred of homosexuals. I know they're just internalizing their inability to accept their own same sex attractions and therefore lashing out at those of us who can, but really, grow the hell up or shut the fuuck up." in regards to the gay-bashing school board guy (link for anyone who's interested).  I feel like I should set you straight on this.

    1.  Not all Christians are crazy, nor are they all homophobes.
    2.  There are plenty of non-Christian homophobes in this world.
    3.  Not all homophobes are closet homosexuals who are just frustrated.  There are plenty of irrational reasons to hate someone without secretly wanting to be that person.
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    And betrothed, I'm disgusted with most of the comments that you have posted. I don't think I've ever read such judgmental comments in my life. I'm so lucky that the girls I speak to on theknot are nothing like you...I would've never come on here for ADVICE if I would've encountered a big a bitch as you. I genuinely feel awful for your children or your future children, and I think it would be irresponsible of YOU not to invest in their future therapy sessions starting now. Because trust me when I tell you honey, they're gonna need it. ~jcaruncho2010
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Air your Grievances! : Well, just as long as you know that it's possible to do other things than sit and moan and sigh about how you'll never be pretty enough for your perfect boyfriend, and then wait around for him to come and pick you up after you skinned your knee, you are probably okay. :)
    Posted by sarah0725[/QUOTE]

    You mean this isn't healthy??

    FWIW, I don't like the Twilight series at all. Or HP for that matter. But I would never question someone's intelligence for enjoying the books.

    Also, the Mr. Heatmiser song from the Year without a Santa Claus just came on my Pandora and it makes me very happy.
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Air your Grievances! : You weren't supposed to. But if you're going to hang out in a certain place it's much more fun for people to like you in that place, no?  You put strong opinions out there, so don't expect people to not have an opinion on your opinions or you as a poster. Don't take it so personally. I know that sounds silly when it looks like this is a personal attack, but I promise it's not. When you put yourself out there, particularly on the big, international boards, you get feedback (sometimes warranted, sometimes not) about yourself whether you want it or not.
    Posted by laurenclaire1386[/QUOTE]

    My sarcasm did not come across. I'm not taking it personally.


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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Air your Grievances! : Haha. I actually did like the Da Vinci Code. I was extremely disappointed by the movie, though. I haven't not read any of his other books, so I can't comment on those.
    Posted by LedZeppelin[/QUOTE]

    I didn't like the DaVinci Code, but that's because I thought his "ideas" were rehashed and not that controversial. And the main character was a misogynist diick. And the female character was poorly developed and too similar to a Bond girl. (I like Bond movies, don't get me wrong, but again, it's one of those fun escapism things - they don't take themselves too seriously. At least not the good ones.) Then my friend lent me Angels and Demons to read. I got to about page 40. It was the SAME damn story as DaVinci Code. Except he was looking for something else and was in Vatican City rather than Paris and there was a different girl.
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Air your Grievances! : No the cash cow I was refering to is the movies and merch. Still maintain my stance on the books. And I know TONS of people who love them and I know I'm in a minority on them (esp HP). I just don't get it. I tried to get into them too b/c so many people I know with really great taste in books reccomended them, but they fell flat. I can't find my original comment in the other thread, I'm sure it was bitchy though, but it's how *I* feel about the books.<strong> I'm pretty sure I said something along the lines of me not understand why otherwise intelligent adults read them</strong>. I realize *I*  have the issue, I've been scolded before about it IRL by my sisters, but I stick to my guns when it comes to HP.
    Posted by kcullen37[/QUOTE]

    I didn't read the thread or the actual post, but from that bolded part I can see why people would be upset. That comes off as rather condescending.
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    I really like Dan Brown books as well. Now Charlaine Harris however, I don't even know how she got picked up. She's terrible. (True Blood books).
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    And apparently this has turned into HP and Twilight :(  That shiit always ruins the fun.
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    And betrothed, I'm disgusted with most of the comments that you have posted. I don't think I've ever read such judgmental comments in my life. I'm so lucky that the girls I speak to on theknot are nothing like you...I would've never come on here for ADVICE if I would've encountered a big a bitch as you. I genuinely feel awful for your children or your future children, and I think it would be irresponsible of YOU not to invest in their future therapy sessions starting now. Because trust me when I tell you honey, they're gonna need it. ~jcaruncho2010
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Air your Grievances! : Well, just as long as you know that it's possible to do other things than sit and moan and sigh about how you'll never be pretty enough for your perfect boyfriend, and then wait around for him to come and pick you up after you skinned your knee, you are probably okay. :)
    Posted by sarah0725[/QUOTE]

    Jeez Sarah, why you gotta be such a dream killer?

    Im still holding out for my immortal sparkly vampire.
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Air your Grievances! : Yes. Plus, part of Stephanie Meyer's horrible writing is her "tell, don't show" approach. Bella is supposed to be really smart and interesting because SM TELLS us she is. Then she spend the subsequent 4 books doing nothing but obsessing over Edward and being really depressed and boring when he's not around. Like, clinically depressed. At age 17.
    Posted by msmerymac[/QUOTE]

    Bella's depression makes me depressed because I know there are teens who are all "Omg, this is the best relationship ever and I want to be just like Bella." It just makes my head spin and wonder what happened in SM's life that she could write this stuff, without a guilty conscience. I guess money is a big incentive.
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Air your Grievances! : Well, just as long as you know that it's possible to do other things than sit and moan and sigh about how you'll never be pretty enough for your perfect boyfriend, and then wait around for him to come and pick you up after you skinned your knee, you are probably okay. :)
    Posted by sarah0725[/QUOTE]

    Most teens do this without the assistance of a book telling them too. At least it might make them feel normal in their crazy hormonal-ness.

    Now the boyfriend biting neck thing is taking it a bit too far.
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Air your Grievances! : I didn't like the DaVinci Code, but that's because I thought his "ideas" were rehashed and not that controversial. And the main character was a misogynist diick. And the female character was poorly developed and too similar to a Bond girl. (I like Bond movies, don't get me wrong, but again, it's one of those fun escapism things - they don't take themselves too seriously. At least not the good ones.) Then my friend lent me Angels and Demons to read. I got to about page 40. It was the SAME damn story as DaVinci Code. Except he was looking for something else and was in Vatican City rather than Paris and there was a different girl.
    Posted by msmerymac[/QUOTE]

    Dan Brown hurts my organs, because I am an art historian.
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    Not liking HP is one thing, but questioning the intelligence of people who read them is completely farfetched. Enjoying HP as an adult =/= unintelligent, intellectually lazy, or any other negative connotation regarding mental capacity. You're entitled to your opinion, certainly, but making blanket statements like quesitoning people's intelligence over liking HP (which are generally agreed to be well written books) is just closed minded and ridiculous.
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    When I read, its only Dexter books and trashy romance novels. I read for pure enjoyment of hearing a story. I guess that makes me an idiot. Go figure. 

     I don't like HP or Twilight, but I don't judge people who do. Taste in literature and art is a very personal thing. kcullen, the judginess is what is being called out, not your opinion on the books. And if the merch gets kids to read, so be it. I remember having a Sweet Valley High Trapper Keeper, and a Babysitters Club backpack. Both were book series that I really enjoyed and having the merch only reinforced it and made me more excited about reading more. 
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    [QUOTE]Cullen- The other day you said "I'm so sick of this crazy "Christians" and their irrational hatred of homosexuals. I know they're just internalizing their inability to accept their own same sex attractions and therefore lashing out at those of us who can, but really, grow the hell up or shut the fuuck up." in regards to the gay-bashing school board guy ( link for anyone who's interested ).  I feel like I should set you straight on this. 1.  Not all Christians are crazy, nor are they all homophobes. 2.  There are plenty of non-Christian homophobes in this world. 3.  Not all homophobes are closet homosexuals who are just frustrated.  There are plenty of irrational reasons to hate someone without secretly wanting to be that person.
    Posted by betrothed123[/QUOTE]

    I really like when you say exactly what is in my head.
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    IVF #2 = BFP. Severe OHSS. 4 Drainings. TWINS!
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    In Response to <a href="http://forums.theknot.com/Sites/theknot/Pages/Main.aspx/wedding-boards_snarky-brides_air-grievances-1?plckFindPostKey=Cat:Wedding%20BoardsForum:17Discussion:da821c14-11d0-4080-9ef2-48a2a389013cPost:5014853e-dcf5-4ab0-ac51-33943105d80c">Re: Air your Grievances!</a>:
    [QUOTE]And apparently this has turned into HP and Twilight :(  That shiit always ruins the fun.
    Posted by betrothed123[/QUOTE]


    co-signed, me.
    panther
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