This brings to light an issue many people are dealing with, in the Anonymous Internet age - how do you protect and defend your name and/or likeness?
What causes some to be so vocal to complete strangers?
Why is it OK to say anything and everything?
What happened to good manners?
What attracts the type of person who is willing to be abusive and venomous to someone they don't know?
What makes an individual jump to conclusions based on a small sampling of who you are?
I don't expect to answer most of these questions but I hope it starts a discussion. What probably got to me the most is the reference to me being a mail order bride spending my husband's money. If only this poor schmuck knew the truth - I am gainfully employed, I've been in this country for 34 years and only met my husband when I was 27, I earn more money that he does so technically he is more likely to be spending 'my' money.
Silliness and rude behavior is prevalent. I don't post drunk pictures of myself on Facebook because, well I don't get drunk but if I did, I would be sure to have an app on my ever present cell phone that stops me from making a fool of myself. Is it really necessary to swear in every post/comment? Are there no other words in the English language that could convey the point across?
I addressed this by blocking the user from ever posting on my YouTube channel.