Fresh sliced leeks
I’ve got to ask. What does it say about a person that goes into a chat room, any chat room on any service, and makes rude, cruel, unflattering, vulgar, uncalled for comments about a person that is in that chat room? We’ve seen this happen and not just with the advent of JTV, but all over the online world since chat was first introduced to the masses years ago.
Now, add Lifecasting into the mix and throw in some immature, uneducated, poorly raised, got messed up with the wrong kids in school JTV viewer and you have a recipe for some ugly with an unsuspecting broadcaster on the receiving end of a rock in a slingshot.
And what about the coward that makes comments about a person when they are not even in the same chat room? If the first sling thrower is just a weak wuss of a coward, what does that make one that doesn’t even have the chutzpah to do it where the target can read what is being said?
The poltroon that that makes the most vile of comments about someone behind their back is the lowest of the low. Clearly they lack the cajones, the chutzpah, the sisu to say what they want to the person, or with the person in the near vicinity of where they spew their venom. I suspect that in person, they are so weak that they have a timorous whisper of a voice that can barely be heard above the crowd in a room. But in a chat room, they have a puffed up chest and an emboldened sense of being and the false perception of strength and bravery that can only be exhibited behind 1’s and 0’s.
How fitting then that we are just a day away from what is most likely a favorite holiday of the miscreants that troll JTV channels looking for unsuspecting victims. One in which they can hide behind a mask and costume.
I’m waiting with anticipation for the return of EastCoastVegas. He has been teasing us a bit with updates to his JTV page, a link to a new eastcoastvegas.com site, videos, info about what’s to come on ECV and more I did not get a chance to pop into this channel when he was on this evening. I was wrist deep in potatoes, leeks, cheese, and most of all, pomegranates. If I didn’t pay close attention, I could have chopped off a finger with my incredibly sharp new Henckels knife that I was given at a training session last night and I may have ended up with red coloring from the pomegranate. Luckily I multitasked with great panache and didn’t seem to miss a beat.