As people worldwide choose today between Raymond Nonnatus and John of Nepomuk, an unseemly event has taken place to rock the placid sanctity of everybody’s favorite online Lenten devotion.
In the first great controversy of Lent Madness 2017, the Supreme Executive Committee has learned that someone gave Lent Madness a 2 out of 5 star rating on our Facebook page. This shocking development comes amid an average grade of 4.8 stars, with over 200 reviews already in.
Without using names, here is the actual review:
2 Stars — It’s fun as well as informative. I know you will enjoy reading each day’ s blog during the Lenton (sic) season. There is a diverse roster of celebrity blogers (sic).
Now, it’s conceivable that the reviewer in question simply clicked the wrong button on the star feature. The words don’t exactly match what you’d expect to see in a 2-star rating. But this doesn’t take away from the scandalous nature of this ignominious slander of the world’s most popular online Lenten devotion.
So, what can you do to help remedy this situation, dear friend of Lent Madness? Why, you can post your own review on the Lent Madness Facebook page! First “like” the page by clicking here. Then scroll down on the right side of the page to the section titled “Share your opinion about Lent Madness!” Click the number of stars you’d rate us (hint: five; but be honest) and leave a comment if you feel so moved.
Together, we can correct this travesty of justice and restore the reputation of Lent Madness. Your stars matter!