You know, with all these Sailormoon
web pages making up their own little editorials, it's gives
me a whole new view of people I'm glad I'm not. What is
wrong with some of these SM online people? Talking about
"getting a break in the online SM community" and "how hard
and tedious it is to maintain a SM page" and "feeling bad
about all the online SM pressure". Am I the only person
that thinks that some people are taking this way too
seriously? For the love of- IT'S THE INTERNET! Your webpage
is not a reflection of your soul! It's something you make
for fun. WHY in the world would you make a page if you
don't like taking care of it?
What is it with all these
"gods" of web pages? What are all these "rules" you have to
follow in order to make a Sailormoon page now days? You
can't have a vital chart because everyone has that, you
can't dislike a senshi and HEAVEN FORBID you would say
ANYTHING bad about someone with a popular webpage! Oh! That
sends you straight to hell!
The internet should be a
VERY small part of your life. You shouldn't think that
having a well liked web page makes you a cool person.You do
not have a wonderful life just because people like your
webpage. You can be loved by the online "SM community" (I'm
sorry, but the idea that all SM pages belong to a community
is monkey crap!) and still be a LOSER in real life. Am I
saying that all people with good Sailor pages are losers?
No, but face it, don't you think some of them are? Does
this mean you shouldn't care about what you say on your
webpage and be a big old meanie to everyone? No! Use your
own judgement, no one listens to me anyway.
GET OFF THE
COMPUTER! Stop worrying about your online life! Make some
REAL LIFE friends. Stop caring so much about you social
class on the internet. Like I said, if you care about your
social class on the internet, I've got a pretty good guess
about how people see you in real life. So go outside, play
some baseball. Or if you don't like baseball, play football
or soccer, go see a hockey game. Finish the conversation
with your online boyfriend, who for all you know could be a
nine year old transsexual vampire, and see a movie with
someone who's not a screen name. Go to a concert, get
tickets for a WWF event, do something that doesn't involve
a computer! Instead of uploading images that you don't want
people to take, call your best friend from 3rd grade. See
how they're doing. Hug a dog, listen to music, buy your
parents lunch, go to China Town, anything! Have some REAL fun.
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