Brothers Campfire Addressing The Haters ( for some odd reason)

Hello Friends!

(And a couple haters)

Me, shocked that I Have Haters

I was given some guff about my post Galvin The Bard recently.

Galvin The Bard

I was told John, Paul, Richard, and George were totally absurd names to give Galvin’s helpers and Come Here Bee had no place in art. I have also heard it said that Gangster Butterfly was over the top and unrealistic.

Well, I am here to tell you these were among the songs that started it all. The first cut of the drunken bees can be heard here.

Next, I will have you know that in his early days, thrown into a portal by an angry Alchemist,

Galvin the Bard was transported to England where he basically mentored an insect themed band called the “Beatles.”

Insects have always had an important place in music.

And…Fortunately, Galvin somehow made it back to La Longi.

There are a few of you shaking your head in disbelief.

Want proof? Here you go!

The Beetles, Avid Fans Of Galvin The Bard

Author: Benjamin

Benjamin Thiel is a community leader, urban farmer, and author of The Ongoing Tale at Brothers Campfire. He might know a guy...

16 thoughts on “Brothers Campfire Addressing The Haters ( for some odd reason)

  1. Ishaan Sharma says:

    You can’t lead a city without making a few enemies. But don’t worry, as Gimli the dwarf (lord if the rings) would say, “YOU HAVE MY AXE!!”

  2. rue202 says:

    No matter what we do or say, there will ALWAYS be haters and ones who just want to criticize and argue. I just ignore them because everyone who reads my stuff (or at least mostly everyone, lol) tells me that my stuff is awesome.
    You can’t make an omelette without breaking a few eggs.

    1. Benjamin says:

      Thank you for your encouragement! I appreciate youand all you do! I hope you have a blessed day!!!!

  3. Ryan Callahan says:

    Haters gonna hate! I get haters too, here on WordPress and Twitter. You just keep being you and doing your thing, brother! God bless!


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