I have a drama-free add/remove policy. If you don't want me on your friends list, take me off - really, it's fine. Do what you have to do, because I damned sure am going to do what I have to do. If that includes saying things you may not agree with, then that's cool too. Everyone has a choice and different/varying levels of what they find acceptable. Bottom line - MY blog, MY content, MY rules. I'll post whatever I feel like posting and I give -0- thought to who might take issue with it or who might jump on my bandwagon. That is what I encourage in everyone. If something resonates with you, great - if it pisses you off, that's great too as far as I'm concerned. I do not and will not make apologies to anyone for who I am. It took a long time for me to be able to say that, and I'll be goddamned if I'm turning my back on that.
I've recently had a big flood of folks add me to their friends lists (288 I've not added back), but I'm not at all opposed to adding you back as long as you'll do me the courtesy of commenting to this post and making it easier on me. It would also be nice if you'd let me know exactly why you read this blog as I'm curious. If you're on my friends list, you'll have access to all of my music posts and such, which are locked down.
Here's the thing, though. If I read everything on my friends list, I'd never have time for anything else. I never ever read my normal friends list, I have it divided up into filters of close personal friends, politics, RSS feeds, news, smut, art, & music. It varies which filter I read at any given time depending on my mood. If ever there's something you'd like to direct my attention to, reply to any of my posts with a link and a subject line that reads "Check this out" or "Thought you might be interested in ____" or something like that. If you don't then chances are I won't see some things you may like me to read.