Thursday, December 07, 2006

Things that drive EE crazy

Thanks for the new thread on your blog. The other stuff was getting boring and this new stuff is just hysterical.


Scrap this entire idea. This is a good blog, I hope you don't ruin it with this folly.

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Both of these are valid concerns; however, I'm not sure I agree with either one.

Anonymous said...

Now that’s funny.

I guess that's why you da man, EE. Decisions, decisions. -JTC

Anonymous said...

Different is just...different. Ignore the dissenting opinions just because you can, EE! (Besides, you probably don't mind a change of pace, or you wouldn't have sponsored the MiPetWriMo.)

Stephen Parrish said...

Nonsense! Take risks, try new things, stumble once in a while. EE wouldn't have the unique blog he has if he didn't shake a tree now and then.

HawkOwl said...

Whenever I get this kind of irrelevant opinion I always say "piss off, it's my blog."

Kate Thornton said...

I'm with Hawkowl - you can do whatever you want on your own blog!

Zany Mom said...

That's why I like some blogs -- you never know what you're going to get. :)

If only I had something to yak about daily...

Anonymous said...

So now you know why WRITERS want to pull their hair out when one agent or editor says, "Loved X in your story" and another says "Hated X in your story"...

For heaven's sake, man, it's your blog. Blow 'em a raspberry and do what you damned well want.

jbyyhv said...

There's your challenge, right there, EE. You have to learn to be a unificaterer, not a divider-upper.

Anonymous said...

Hey, that's the thing with the States. People will jump in a car for the shortest journey...

GutterBall said...

It's like that jury trial about a burned-out warehouse. The electric company admitted liability, and the jury was to assign a value to the contents because the owner's and utility's estimates were light years away from each other.

Anyway, one of the facts of the case was that the building burned for eight hours. That is the pure, undiluted fact, and it apparently brought into question the flammability of the contents, which might up or down their value.

One juror argued that the contents must be very flammable because they burned for a solid 8 hours. Another--directly across the table and not one minute later--said, "How flammable can they be? They took 8 hours to burn."

People are weird.

Anonymous said...

I think that all dissenters should be shot. Expressing an opinion is a dangerous thing and it should be stopped!

Chumplet said...

I thought both comments were from the same contributor and he was just being sarcastic in the first paragraph. I'm awake now.

Anonymous said...

Now, now. Everyone's entitled to express their opinion.


How else would we weed out the dickwits?