“What the F Happened?”
What the F Happened (WTFH) is a blog site that attracts and invites people of all walks to participate in open public discourse on matters that affects us all.
My name is Zalee Harris. I am an author and web site blogger for “What the F Happened.net”.
Welcome to my new blog web site. I am so excited about establishing a relationship with you. Not only are we going to get to know each other, but we are going to teach and learn from each other. I look forward to that.
You can visit this site as often as you’d like to connect with me and people from around the world to keep the dialog going concerning breaking news or that nagging issue that keeps raising its ugly head.
You can contact me to inquire about my opinion on a matter, to request that I create a blog on a particular topic, or to comment on an active blog. Don’t be surprised to learn that one blog might be linked to more than one category. Due to the cross-functional nature of the issue, some topics need to be looked at several different ways.
We can dialog about each topic I write about in my blog categories. Regardless to the level of controversy and/or whether you agree or disagree with me, I will enjoy your reading and responding to the comments and feedback you will post on this web site.
As you get to know me, you will learn that I have opinions on just about everything. While I am more passionate about some issues than others, it will not take you long to figure out where my passions are. Oh yeah, and allow me to make something very clear; I do not like political correctness. I believe there is a way to say something, be truthful about that something without skirting around feelings.
My favorite artist Prince says in his song “KISS” “act your age; not your shoe size”. If we all acted our age and learned how to have honest open dialog, we would not only get along here, but our personal relationships would be better as a result. So let’s be honest without hurting feelings or without worrying that someone is not big enough to learn how someone feels about their behavior and/or an issue that directly affects their life.
There is no charge to comment or participate in on this blog site. There will never be a membership fee associated with this site.
This site is for educational purposes only.
Again, I ask you to please do not hate or spew negative comments about me, my opinions, or anyone else and their comments. Yes, you can be opinionated without being nasty or hateful.
As much as I will do everything in my power to support your First Amendment Right, remember, this is my site. I do have the final say on whether your post remains open to the public.
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Zalee Harris, author, blogger
“What the F Happened”
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