Well, my fellow DA'ers, it finally happened, and even sooner than I thought it would: I officially pissed off someone so bad that I got blocked! I will not give the person that blocked me the satisfaction of naming them in this post. I just think it's funny that someone would get so butthurt that they would go to the legnth of blocking me. I will say that when I questioned this person about a particular action, said individual got snotty with me. Now, keep in mind that I wasn't accusing this individual of anything when I first asked. But this person's response did in fact tick me off and I said as much. I got an answer back saying that it occurred some time in the past and that it was none of my business. And perhaps that's true. Sometimes, this girl just gets a bit more curious than she should have a right to. But if there's one thing I've learned in almost 50 years of living on planet earth, it's to question things. Maybe not everything (or maybe so), but not asking about things that pique your interests does you very little good, and just keeps you in that much more ignorance.
Now, I realize in this situation, this wasn't a life or death thing. But it tickles me to no end that this person would really think I was such a pain that I needed to be blocked by him/her. I'm sure this individual may have his/her own side of this story, and that's okay too. But my gramps told me something once that I've never forgotten. He said it in partial jest, but I took to this, and he said, "Jenny, always make it a goal to piss off one person a day by asking 'Why?' And if that's not possible, just go for the gusto, and piss 'em off outright."
To the individual that blocked me: If I pissed you off, so be it. I am not sorry for this. If one cannot ask questions, one cannot know answers. You may feel I attacked your personal character, and perhaps I did. It wasn't planned, but when you said what you did, it did stoke the coals of anger in my heart. I am letting this go now. As you have said, this is over. And I agree.