An explanation

My post “Hell hath no fury” is the end result of numerous changes to an earlier post variously entitled “Enraged,” “Apoplectic,” “Infuriated” and perhaps several others. It was originally published on June 24, the day the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, and I struggled for several days to adequately express my intense feelings. Hence all the changes.

Eventually I settled on what is now titled “Hell hath no fury.” At that point, nothing of the original post remained — except the Likes and comments. I’ve debated whether to delete them all since they now accompany what is essentially a different post even though the sentiment is the same. Further complicating the issue is that apparently “Hell hath no fury” did not appear as a new post and readers might not be aware of all the changes.

If you “Liked” the original post and don’t want your “Like” to appear on the new version, just click “Like” again. If you want to remove a comment, let me know and I’ll remove it.

I apologize for my clumsiness and lack of forethought.

Banner image: “Deliberation” by Mario Sanchez Nevado

... and that's my two cents

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