Monday, May 31, 2010

Someone's Obsessed with my Blog

"Great minds discuss ideas. 
Average minds discuss events. 
Small minds discuss people." 

Well, I am not categorizing my little mind into any one of the three categories mentioned by Roosevelt above but in general I don't like talking about people a lot. Or even if I do, I talk about ideas way too much out of proportion. ( yes, I talk a lot )... But there are sometimes when some exceptional people push me to talk about them. Either their being outstandingly praiseworthy or being someone really turning off, makes me express my views about them. 

But again, while praising someone, one can go on and on about it in front of anyone but saying something negative isn't a good thing no matter how bad the person you are talking about is. So, the one good way of venting out one's feelings I find is to just talk about the kind of people who turn you off.

Here is one kind that ruin my mood...

Anonymous Stalker!

Its kind of strange. I have never been stalked before, neither in reality nor on cyberspace ( in fact I don't really know if I have..) ... but strange it is that my poor, improperly attended to, unattractive, uncontroversial, mediocre blog is being stalked just too badly ... poor baby

Someone in 'Islamabad' (Feedjit isn't good at locating individuals precisely withing a state or a country) who uses Windows XP and browses the internet through Internet Explorer visited my blog 11 times in the past 10 hours!! The 'Karachi, Sindh' person using Google Chrome and Vista is me, ya. 

How weird it feels... Imagine someone anonymous who has nothing to do in the entire wide world but to visit your poor little blog no less than an hour later, again and again... weird, weird feeling it is, I tell you :s

Another kind that turns me off is that of :

Fallacious Arguers 

 And this interesting person comments too using snide remarks and fallacious arguments filled with intended sarcasm... But again, its not about one person.

The point is that well, I have always loved diversity. Having lived for more than ten years where you can find people from all around the world...Palestinians, Malaysians, Britishers, Egyptians, Indians, Mexicans, Australians, etc... I have always loved diversity from the bottom of my heart. The very sight of people dressed in different ways, the very sound in a quiet shopping store filled with a soft humming mixture of different languages has always made me feel like home because that's how I was brought up. But no matter how diversity-loving I become some things will never cease to turn me off. People such as stalkers, and fallacious arguers, not to mention blamers, sarcastic fighters... they just destroy what little bit peace we have on earth.

And btw, I am no angel. In fact everyone of us has bits of these unwanted kinds of people in them in varying degrees. Right after criticizing someone, or a certain kind of people, I look back at my own self in the mirror and try to see my own errors and try to live up to the species I am, Human.


  1. nice post... you are right! :) nobody is perfect but we all should try to be one..

  2. Nice description of Fallacious Arguers ... n c .. the focal person is me :) ... no harsh feeling honestly ...

    if u r not convinced for something ... u just directly say a "Fallacious Arguers "...

    khair i dont want to further criticize...

    If u satisfied and happy on wat u say ... then I can just pray Allah to show me the right path... my apologies.....

    bless u :) ...

    thanx ....

  3. thanks Sara!! :)
    yeah try try and try again is the motto :)

  4. good for u... SISTER :P...

  5. Great minds discuss ideas.
    Average minds discuss events.
    Small minds discuss people

    rate urself mate :) ...

    u discussing a stalker

    n the stalker discussing the event

    tch tch

  6. i am not wise enough to judge people.

    we are not discussing anyone person. we are discussing the 'kinds' of people that turn me off...

    and btw, you really need a lesson in grammar, anonymous.

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  8. an anonymous taught me a me lesson? haha
    whoever this anonymous was, was a very cheap person whose arguments were full of fallacies..

    and who knows who it was (hope you get the hint!)

  9. and btw, just by changing your web browser from IE to Mozilla, don't think, you can dodge me haha...

    also, you don't have to google search 'maryam zahoor my other facets' all the time... just remember m-zahoor-blogspot-com

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  12. "I was hurt when was accused for no reason by you as was purely innocent and my character was assassinated for the first time ever in my life,i lost respect in the eyes of the people i care,now i thanked Allah that He raised an anonymous who taught you the lesson of how it feels when one is hurt"

    I can't stop crying. *in tears*
    You are a cruel lady, emzee.
    I don't like you anymore. lol

  13. lol palwasha...

    anyway, seems like i owe someone an apology nevertheless... its not a good idea to leave grudges behind.