Wendy Ramsey (AKA Cutie) March 3, 1942 – November 4, 2015

Since the days of No Dogs or Anglophones, I have been in communication with one of the blog’s most prolific commenters, Wendy Ramsey, better known under the handle Cutie. She was going by the handle Brodie when commenting on this blog.

Unfortunately, Wendy had been diagnosed with cancer last year.

She managed to fight the disease off for a lot longer than expected. Since we emailed each other semi-frequently, I noticed that the last email I had sent her had not been responded to.

Finally, after three weeks, I feared the worst and decided to check.

Some people both on No Dogs and here would come down on Wendy for being so terse in her stance. Had they gotten to know her better, they would have seen that this stance stems from very strong convictions.

She was ardently opposed to the separatist movement for the very fact that it was designed to breed resentment and suspicion of ‘les autres’.  She was a remarkably sweet woman who held her family close to her heart.

Wendy Ramsey  – March 3, 1942 – November 4, 2015


4 thoughts on “Wendy Ramsey (AKA Cutie) March 3, 1942 – November 4, 2015

    • I understand.

      The thing with Wendy is that she worked, live and loved in earnest and that’s why I get her frustration.

      She was raised to respect the rights and choices of others and to be as kind and outgoing to others as possible.

      Seeing the unfair, spiteful tactics the separatist movement is so well known for was frustrating to her simply for the fact
      that she couldn’t understand why others would do these things. And for that she’s right.

      It’s really not that hard to be kind and courteous to others.

      Our society continues to become more selfish with each new generation and technology is not helping.

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