I once was a faithful listener and had a hard time stopping because you guys were very entertaining. What helped me stop listening was the consant ignorance that is spewed on here by two uninformed and very sheltered people that truly do not know whtat they are talking about. I am talking about Neeley in particular. It is easy to hide your lack of compassion, among other issues involving intimacy, behind the mask of ''You're just an SJW or special snowflake'' but seriously. Are people with compassion truly at fault or is it you?You can not deny the responsibilty that you hold when you have a podcast. You are resonsible for the lies that you spew on here and that's just what they are LIES. Guys it's okay to admit when you do not know what it is you are talking about there is no harm in admitting fault and changing some things about yourself. This world could benefit greatly from people who did self evaluations and introspections. Maybe it's not the ''snowflakes'' that are at fault. Maybe it is you?Throwing fuel on the fire of our political climate does not make you look strong or funny. It makes you look weak and emotionally immature. Like little toddlers speaking to an audience that is just as lost and immature. As a Black woman you most certainly lost me as a listener. We do exsist in this community. We do love metal. No I am NOT too sensitive. You are at fault for disrespecting me and people that look like me constantly. Both of you behave like little boys that can not stand to be held responsible for what you say it is always someone else's fault. Is it truly my fault for not wanting to listen to your negativity when it is directed at me? Would you let someone punch you in the face repeatedly and keep coming back to be hit again?Am I too sensitive or are you two just emotionally immature, lacking compassion, and completely disconnected from your feelings?It takes a strong man to admit when he's wrong guys... I wish you guys well in life. I just can not have you in my life. Blessings love and light.
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