By Melissa Janisin of Goodness Madness
Anger. Appalled disbelief. Righteous indignation. Extreme umbrage. OUTRAGE. Whatever you want to call it, if you feel it boiling within you on even a semi-regular basis, then we have the event you’ve been waiting for!
VENOM (Vent Every Nasty Opinion this Minute) is a once-in-a-lifetime experience where you can meet like-minded individuals and complain to your heart’s content, all while preserving – and even enhancing! – your well-earned sense of moral superiority.
Join us for a vitriol-filled weekend of events sure to get your bitter blood pumping. Some of the weekend’s exciting programs will include:
- Toxicity on the Internet – 10 Ways to Make Sure Yours Gets Noticed
- Self-Worth and Inner Peace: Identifying Those That Deserve Neither
- How to Write Caustic Comments That Will Really Ruin Someone’s Day
- Opinions: Know Who’s Entitled to Them (and Who Isn’t!)
- How to Change People Simply by Belittling Them Online
- And So Much More!
Listen, we’ve all been there. Something or someone is wrong, and you JUST CAN’T stand for it. Sure, it may not impact your life directly. It may not even be occurring in your time zone. Doesn’t matter, because you don’t have to lie down and accept all those “differing perspectives”! Your voice should be heard, and not only that, it should drown out all the others whenever possible. Consider:
- Imperfect parents
- Troublesome teachers
- Women who think leggings are pants
- Coaches who don’t get it
- Companies who don’t appreciate you
- The list goes on, because let’s face it, the world is full of those who don’t understand how they should be
Can there possibly be good news amidst all this horror? Of course there can! The good news is that there are people like YOU to set things straight. Together, we can eliminate the nonsense, fight the forces of evil, and fix the unfixable. WE CAN DO IT. So register for VENOM now for a chance to truly let your smug flag fly.
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About the Author
Melissa Janisin has been writing since 2nd grade, though her earliest works are lost due to the stubborn unavailability of the internet throughout the 1970’s and 80’s. Find more recent essay-ish material at her blog, Goodness Madness. You can also find her on Facebook and Twitter. Melissa currently lives with her husband and sons, and believes Minecraft should be an elementary school requirement.