Who is Ajax?

Paulina Nayra
Posted December 27, 2020 from Philippines
Ajax
This is Ajax.

Dear Sisters,

I am writing to tell you about an issue that has been bothering me today while I am on encouraging mode.

It is Ajax. He/it is the culprit that prevented me from sending some inspiration your way. Actually not just today but also in the past. What does he/it has against women who are lifting up women. I tell you, you have to avoid him/it at all cost. He/it is sneaky and sly. He/it appears to be friendly at the start by letting you express your thoughts and feelings about a story and when you click “comment”, he/it will suddenly appear and stop you from sending your cheers to  our sisters here. It happened to me 7 times today. Seven times, I gave myself a chance to connect with sisters and only to be aborted by Ajax. Seven times I forgave him/it, thinking that he/it will change. Well, he/it did for some. Quite friendly with a few. He/it is playing favorites. Those moments where he/it allowed me to send my comments gave me hope that he/it has reformed. But alas, he/it did it again. He/it stopped me from connecting with you. So with firm conviction, I decided that I will report him/it to authorities. I will get support from my sisters to stop him/it from ruining my encourager life. Enough is enough.

But who is this Ajax?

I will send his/it picture so you can identify him/it. And when he appears at your doorstep, report to authorities at once.

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Tamarack Verrall
Dec 27, 2020
Dec 27, 2020

Dear Paulina,
What a sneak Ajax is. Just looking for trouble when none is there. I bet that he/it is unilingual and fixated on causing unnecessary trouble. Seems to be irregular and unfair in how this treatment is applied. I have not come across an Ajax censorship (yet) even though I have noticed and had to fix typos. Will definitely report this if I come across it. A nitpicking discriminatory character. I hope he/it leaves you alone. These nitpickers have to be stopped from causing problems for important writers like you.

Paulina Nayra
Dec 28, 2020
Dec 28, 2020

Thank you for the sympathy Tam. Could it be that Ajax picked me coz of my poor internet connection? I wonder if others with same problem as mine is ever bothered by Ajax.

Tamarack Verrall
Dec 28, 2020
Dec 28, 2020

Yes, I'm glad you posted it. It is extremely rare for me. I hope that reporting it fixes it!

Dawn Arteaga
Dec 27, 2020
Dec 27, 2020

Thank you for this very important report Paulina. I will be on the lookout for this troublemaker -- and admire you for your patience and diligence in spite of frustrating Ajax woes.

Paulina Nayra
Dec 28, 2020
Dec 28, 2020

Thanks Dawn . Ajax could be trembling by now.

Nini Mappo
Dec 29, 2020
Dec 29, 2020

Hello Paulina,
I laughed so much reading your description of this troublemaker. I really don't want to spell its name incase it's lurking around just waiting to be mentioned. If I had a laser weapon I'd send it to you so you could immobilize the annoying character whenever it shows up. Good on your for your persistence, and thank you for the laughs!

Karen Quiñones-Axalan
Dec 29, 2020
Dec 29, 2020

Dear Ate Pauline,

You are super hilarious! Hahaha. You always make light of the situation and finding humor in it. I meet this always when I try to post or comment. So what I do is I copy the words I try to post (where an article or comment) then refresh the tab, then paste it. It usually works that way.

Thank you for the laugh! You are so brave to do just that. I tried not to joke around on World Pulse because I thought this is a serious platform, but you made it look OK to inject humor wherever you are. Thank you for doing that. I will not prevent the Filipino side of me that laughs out loud on World Pulse. That's a new year's resolution.

May your 2021 be filled with love, joy, peace, grace, and abundance!