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March 22, 2010

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~Yes, I know most words in a title are capitalized. I just don't always care to do it. It's a whim thing. And yes, the lower case y in "Saying yes..." was on purpose. It was not because I didn't know better. Do I care if you capitalize it? No, not really, but it irks me when I am corrected. Look up poetic/artistic license.

I actually dislike the capitalized titles habit. I prefer French conventions for titling, or better yet, just the first letter capitalized. A title is just another sentence.

Well THAT post ought to help a few people with college assignment.

nicely done.

LOL!! Yes Zombie... I'm sure it will.

Mandos- you know though... if we allow too many lowercase letters in titles, pretty soon a man will be allowed to marry his horse. It's just WRONG! :)

speaking of which, do you recall Wilbur's profession in the old telebision show Mr. Ed?

ARCHITECT!!!!

I am glad you wrote this. I do not receive any blog related emails - perhaps I'm a little too, um scary? - but I can see the frustration.
Go get 'em!!
p.s. i also like to not use capital letters a lot.
'k bye

Too scary! LOL! The Voninator!

I've gotten them pretty much since day 1. Not an avalanche, but they have been a regular part of my blogging experience. Most of the time I ignore, but every once in awhile... I rant... not at them, but in a post.

At least they're not mean.

Hey, Zombie Rotten Wilbur McDonald... have you changed your FB status yet to include your horse?

O, nice.

good luck with all the bestiality Goggle searches now.

Hey! I'm not the one who brought up architects in connection with horses... Also, I'm sure your addition of "bestiality" helped with the Google searches...

Furthermore... I'll probably get an email now suggesting that as a mother, I should not be joking about a man wedding his horse, but should be keeping this blog at a higher level of discourse... of course... that is unless it's a talking horse discourse... and now, having written talking horse discourse, I'll no doubt get an email saying talking/discourse is redundant. Not only am I encouraging the marriage between a man and his horse, but I'm encouraging redundancy!

That would be redonkulous... which neither supports nor judges the redundancy of donkeys.

wait til fish stops by with an appalling link.

Oh, I think I'm safe...

"I really like it when you put up YouTube clips!! You put them up better than anyone I know!"

wait til fish stops by with an appalling link.

Okay I found one, but not sure I can even post it. Let's just say, Smut Clyde approved.

Ix-nay on the Alther-way Lemm-klay links, fish.

Thanks Kathleen! You win a bag of gently-used Peeps!!!

hdb- fish can't understand unless the igpay atinlay is yabsdrawkca.

yabsdrawkca.

Hey! I know that guy!

(there's a lot of Polish heritage up here)

If people really want to help you out, they should put on their heaviest shoes and start kicking some spider ass.

I almost never get e-mail about the blog, which is really disappointing, because I love trolls. One exception: actually got an e-mail from someone who was in the documentary Trekkies because I made a joke at his expense.

If people really want to help you out, they should put on their heaviest shoes and start kicking some spider ass.

Now that help, I would gladly take!!

You have to share the Trekkies email, Brando. It's not fair to toss that out there and then not share.

LOL, it was really early it the life of CJSD, back when about three people were looking at my blog. I made a throwaway joke about "that dork from Trekkies." Shortly thereafter, I got an e-mail with the subject, "So the dork from Trekkies loves your blog...."

He told he liked the blog and actually got a chuckle out of the joke, but asked "Who isn't a dork when they're 14?" I wrote back and said I was glad he didn't take it to heart and that I certainly was a major dork when I was 14. It was a good learning experience for me.

I am glad you, and I , both grew out of our dorkitude, Brando...

You haven't seen me play Rock Band, ZRM. You know what looks even dumber than holding a guitar to your crotch while rocking out? Holding a fake toy guitar to your crotch while rocking out.

"Who isn't a dork when they're 14?"

Everyone needs a dork phase. It makes us more human.

I feel your pain, Jennifer. I also can totally relate to not caring all that much. But, it does irk sometimes.

I may have told this one already, but I got an email from a guy awhile back correcting me on my spelling or grammar, whatever, and told me not to be so high and mighty. Whatever that meant. I wrote him back (which I shouldn't have) and I was nice enough, I guess. Nice enough for what? For him to then think I wanted to have email sex with him. LOLOL I'm not sure we should respond to these emails.

And then there was the scary guy who sent me a photo of his gun and how he was going to use it. He was irked because the name of my blog, I guess. Those are the ones I can live without. No pun intended.

:)

I spelled helmet "helmut" again the other day and laughed cuz typos always remind me of ZRM.

POWER TO THE TYPO THAT MAKES YOU SMILE!

Also, I'm really mad at myself that I started my blog initial capping my headlines. Makes my life harder since there are some words I don't know whether they should be capped or not!

For him to then think I wanted to have email sex with him.

This has to be the least interesting form of sex I have ever heard about.

BG- I remember you talking of those two in particular. I'm lucky in that I don't get anger... and I don't think I've ever gotten any e-solicitations.

I love the one correcting your grammar and wanting to pull you down a notch, only to want email antics! How freaking twisted. Did he want to show you who was boss?? Make you spout out spelling words while you're taking care of his manliness? :) E-farking-gads.

No, I don't get those. They probably want to correct my grammar while I make them a meatloaf. :)

My BGB prefers helmut. :)

I don't know whether they should be capped or not!

I say cap them all with a helmut.

"They probably want to correct my grammar while I make them a meatloaf." LOL

My name's not Helmut, Beege

But you could be a typo.

Note to self: Send Jennifer an email written entirely in the explaining voice.
~

If I rarely receive advice via email can I assume that I'm really terrific? Or should I cry?

Note to self: Send Jennifer an email written entirely in the explaining voice.

LOL! I'll look forward to that one. :)

If I rarely receive advice via email can I assume that I'm really terrific? Or should I cry?

You have to ask? You obviously need some advice.

Is this a rerun?

Anyhow, we never get these e-mails. Why do people not care to correct us?

You see, Jennifer, I think that people e-mail you because....

Good God... I had no idea the brain police were in control of blog criticism. All I can say is BUZZKILL!!
Oh.. and get a life, or better yet a blog of your own.
Who the hell cares about rules of grammar for crying out loud... I actually enjoy creating my own way of expressing myself. Rules are for 5th graders... and yes... I am smarter than one.

I've never gotten a random blog email. I had some Asian porn spam comments for awhile, but that's as good as it got. Although I don't read Japanese, so perhaps they really were corrected my grammar.

Oh, for the love of God, that should be "correcting my grammar."

I'm lucky, because -- except for the occasional reader who doesn't quite get that my blog is a fiction blog -- my e-mailers have been the nice kind, and you know who you are!

Every week Another Kiwi e-mails me with the visitor stats.

No Pinko... unfortunately not a rerun... just a recurring theme in my blog experience.

Miss Jane- while I generally attempt to remember how to spell correctly- being very good at it at one time- life is too short to spend it emailing spelling/style/life suggestions to strangers.

Snag- you need more bourbon.

Dan- :)

hdb- you lead an exciting life...

Why do people not care to correct us?


because they can't figure out what you're trying to say in the first place, so there's no way of telling what needs correcting.

except fish. fish needs correcting.

But you could be a typo.

my whole life's a typo.

Although I don't read Japanese, so perhaps they really were corrected my grammar.

maybe they were correcting your porn.

Oh, for the love of God, that should be "correcting my grammar."

Self-zombie.

life is too short to spend it emailing spelling/style/life suggestions to strangers.

Speak for yourself. What about post-life?

because they can't figure out what you're trying to say in the first place, so there's no way of telling what needs correcting.

except fish. fish needs correcting.

I heartily agree with all of the above.

my whole life's a typo.

Perhaps you should start your own religion. The followers of the typo. What the typo really means. What the typo is saying to us. There's truth in the typo. The typo will lead you to freedom!!!@!

As for Snag... perhaps the Japanese porn is telling him to turn Japanese.

Snag... For sure — More bourbon...
{Oh, for the love of God, that should be "correcting my grammar."}
Clearly that should be... "correcting my gramma"

At least we all agree on more bourbon.

At least we all agree on more bourbon.

so, you'll be delivering this to the zombie? I will expect you in sixish hours.

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