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Yeah, I wasn't aware I had any "comment guidelines" -- whoops.

So the infi­nite­ly awe­some Mike Doe left me a com­ment, ques­tion­ing the con­ser­v­a­tive nature of my “com­ment pol­i­cy.”

Yeah, I was­n’t aware I had any “com­ment guide­lines” — whoops. So I’ve tak­en it upon myself to make them much more accu­rate. If the whole “Keep it PG-13 peo­ple!” refrain was pre­vent­ing you from com­ment­ing, you now have no excuse!




February 2008

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Mike Doe - Gravatar

Mike Doe said:

Your response time is faster than Damone’s ses­sion with Elis­a­beth Shue in Fast Times at Ridge­mont High!

And speak­ing of which, you MUST sign onto Stum­ble­Upon. It is the promised land, I promise. And I am, uh, “infi­nite­ly awe­some,” at least accord­ing to one (and only one!) wise and learned indi­vid­ual.

Posted on: February 29, 2008 at 2:40 pmQuote this Comment
Christi­na - Gravatar

Christi­na said:

You mean Jen­nifer Jason Leigh. She was the pro­tag­o­nist in Fast Times. Shue’s first big role was in the Karate Kid.

Posted on: February 29, 2008 at 2:48 pmQuote this Comment
Lin­da Sher­man - Gravatar

Lin­da Sher­man said:

Christi­na, I am drop­ping by your blog to give you a big Leap Day hug!
xoxo Lin­da

Posted on: February 29, 2008 at 9:32 pmQuote this Comment
Mike Doe - Gravatar

Mike Doe said:

That’s the last time I write an actu­al name instead of just say­ing “that chick!” For some rea­son I had Karate Kid on the tube yes­ter­day. And they do look alike, kin­da, in the same way that the crazy dude from “Silence of the Lambs” looks like the mean-as-hell prison guard from “Shaw­shank Redemp­tion.”

Posted on: March 1, 2008 at 3:36 pmQuote this Comment