Watching what I say

Obviously, I usually have no shame in what I say on my blog. After all, it is my blog, and I have the right to say what I want. Except when it comes to what I say about other people.

It’s not so much that I care if I offend some people. Most of the people who are offended by what I say I don’t care all that much about anyway. However, I don’t want to put something in writing that would get a friend in trouble. I don’t want to rat them out about how they acted at work (especially since I am usually have worse behavior). Getting my self in trouble is fine, in fact, probably a common occurrence. But that’s the difference; it’s me, not some other co-worker.

I also don’t want to say something about one person, and have a different person think I am talking about them. And that actually has happened in the past.

So, today’s post is more about the venting that could have been, not the venting that was. It’s short, to the point, and done.

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