I’ve made a new page for those who wish to complain. It is here Complaint Dept.
The disgruntled need as much consideration as anyone so hopefully I can accommodate them in this fashion. And often by putting down our complaints in writing we get a chance to examine in some depth not only what we are complaining about but the methods we choose to do so as well. When these things are taken out of our heads, so to speak, and presented to the world of consensual reality it lets us know exactly where our illusion status stands. It’s called reality testing and is a significant component in staying sane. So it is as a mental health barometer and public service that this page is now inaugurated.
This is the beta version. It may change a little depending upon what happens. Now if someone’s first complaint is about the complaint page that will just make my day. No really.
Here is the text from the page.
If you really hate this blog, dislike me even though we’ve never met, object to something that is written here, just generally need to have a wail about what’s happening on this flyspeck on the cybermap feel free to express it here.
You can even do it with html, videos and pictures if you want-but you have to format it first with code before you paste it into the comment box.
These complaints may be addressed with a variety of responses. Such responses may include:
City Hall style-which means it will be ignored
Campaign style-which means it will be debated
Academia style-which means the response will be at length and full of bafflegab
Martial arts style-which means I will not pull my punches
Public broadcast style-which means a panel of experts will be assembled to discuss the matter and it will be put into a blog post
Corporation style-which means you will be directed to a boiler-plate type document that covers complaints of your sort. The “You are a bad Buddhist” type complaints will likely receive this kind of response. When I finish writing said response I will link it here for your convenience and possibly save you the time of writing your complaint.
And of course I reserve the right to outsource responses at any time.
Be advised however that what you write here may appear in blog posts on this blog.