Bad Comment on This Blog

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Today is Labor Day in the USA, but just another day here in Mahahual.  I got up this morning thinking of some thing to write about.  So I was checking the blog’s statistics, and I noticed that sometime this week this blog, http://www.costamayalife.com will go over 200,000 readers for the little over three years since it was started.  I never would have thought it would have gotten this popular when we started it.  I was expecting 40-50 readers a day, like my first blog I started in Belize.

As I was looking through the statistics I noticed two comments that I had gotten real early this morning about 4:45 am.  I read them and I noticed they were from the same guy, and I can’t figure out if he is trying to insult me, or the town of Mahahual and Costa Maya.

So I will let you guys read his comments and see what you think….

“Is everyone on this site illiterate or only Mr. Rogers?”

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“Is everyone in the area illiterate or only Mr. Rogers?”

Robert Martin
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ammex999@hotmail.com

Now I notice it is the same guy, because of the same email address.  I can’t figure out if he is saying I can’t read and write, or everybody that lives here in Mahahual can’t read and write.  So if one of you wants to send him an email and ask him what he means no problem with me.  Let me know what he says.

I have had my share of detractors and critics since I have been writing this blog, I have even had a couple of stalkers.  I had one guy trash so much on this blog, WordPress had to block him.   He then went and started trashing me on the Yucatan Times when I wrote something there.  But until today I had not had a comment trashing everybody in Mahahual and the area.  There is a first for everything.

Happy Labor Day to everyone in the USA, that is about all I have at the moment.

Thanks for reading,

Stewart Rogers USA-South Carolina

 

 

14 thoughts on “Bad Comment on This Blog

  1. Steve Heide says:

    As they say in New York, forget about it. There are a large group of people in the United States that watch Fox News. I refer to Fox as the low information voter and viewer, foreign owned, lying tabloid on TV. But Fox does us nose breathers a real service by keeping the mouth breathers out of Mexico where they will ruin the country for all of us. Your Blog is an informational portal in to Mexico, the customs of Mexico, the food of Mexico, the Holidays of Mexico, Travel Information in Mexico, the list goes on and on. I am not surprised at the 200,000 figure, I am surprised it is not higher. Remember, Mexico is full of “rapists and murderers” so the ignorant are always going to question comments by a Gringo in Paradise. Best tweet I read when Trump visited the President of Mexico was, “Trumps in Mexico, hurry and build the wall now!” Keep up the good work Stewart and ignore the morons please, just pray they don’t visit Mexico anytime before they die.

  2. As we say in Rhode Island, fuggedahboutit. How about something more interesting — that corn liquor made down in Xcalak? What’s it like? “Corn whiskey” covers a lot of ground — white lightning to fine bourbon. Go forth and research, sez I.

  3. I like your blog, Stewart. Keep up the good work. I also like how you keep it pretty much politics free. Ignore the guy/gal, and start intentionally misusing grammar. That’ll teach them, and it might come out pretty funny.

      • Here’s a subject, my CFE was too high, meter was replaced, I had to take a pic each day, same time for 4 days, on my 4th day, I was checking to be sure the image was readable and send it to my assistant, a guy sprinted down the street, gabbed my iPhone 6 plus, ran to the end and jumped on the back of a waiting scooter. I live in Centro de Tlaquepaque, 4 bicycle cops were there and on radio in 3 or 4 minutes. Lost cause. Lucky to have recorded iTunes, cloud, and numbers so Apple cut it down, keep phones close to your body, always record all data, don’t depend on location services. These guys were not targeting me, if not me then someone or something else.

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