The thought might never have occurred to them that the author might have thought this would be a fun break away from reading Paul Avrich books, worrying about peak oil production, or watching the latest disaster that was formed by neo-liberal capitalism.
They may feel the need to point out every single detail left out by the blog Things Anarchists Like. For instance there’s a very popular FAQ arguing against anarcho-capitalism, but it didn’t occur to them that by mentioning “there’s a comprehensive argument against anarcho-capitalism from an anarchist perspective on the internet” that might have detracted from the post.
They may also feel the need to point out every single use of hyperbole in the blog. Their Food Not Bombs group may get a whopping ten anarchists almost every week, this makes them feel as though they must point when the author makes up a fictional five person protest. This may be due to being too dense to realise that the fictional protest was merely an illustration that sometimes anarchist events aren’t very well attended.
An anarchist may feel the need to accuse the blog of being “reactionary.” Anarchists aren’t very creative when it comes to insults. If an anarchist friend ever accuses you of being reactionary, reformist, or bourgeois, you know you are in trouble. It’s best to de-escalate the situation immediately, or leave them alone so they can cool off with their zine collection.