Mail Bag, pt. III

Looks like it’s that time again, friends. I get a lot of feedback on posts through email or people mentioning things to me, but the best way to react to posts is really through the comments at the bottom of the posts. Who knows what kind of intellectual chain reactions you’d spark if you’d only leave comments where they’re intended, instead of my inbox? That said, as always (and inexplicably), a few of the comments people leave end up in WordPress’s equivalent of a junk folder, so Mail Bag is to the rescue. Let’s answer some mail.

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Flat Iron

I won’t lie, you’re very complimentary, and that’s almost the way to my heart. Thank you for thanksing me. You were on the Cinema page, though, so I’m not sure what you’re talking about … I added snarky comments about funny and interesting content that other people have created. You can keep your bookmarks, but if you want to give me a pingback somewhere, that is always a good entree to something productive.

Hi there, just became aware of your blog through Google, and found that it’s truly informative. I am going to watch out for brussels. I will be grateful if you continue this in future. A lot of people will be benefited from your writing. Cheers!


Really, Malware Bytes Download 1? Thank goodness you took my warning against “brussels.” Maybe I’ve forgotten railing against the Belgians (or Van Damm?). But if you’re taking to heart any kind of warning against brussel sprouts, I have to tell you, I love them. Twenty minutes in the oven with a little olive oil and parmesan cheese and they’re wonderful. All I’m saying is, please don’t misunderstand me.

Maybe I'm wrong not to warn people ...

You really make it appear really easy with your presentation however I to find this topic to be actually one thing which I feel I might by no means understand. It kind of feels too complex and extremely large for me. I’m taking a look ahead to your subsequent post, I will attempt to get the hang of it!

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It’s a lot of work making something difficult look so easy, so thanks for that. If you think that my Cinema page is something that you “by no means understand,” you might want to rethink watching Youtube videos. That’s all that is there. One thing I will say, though — if you can’t grasp watching a video but your own site is “how to make money online,” I may be closer to believing that making money online is as easy as the spam makes it sound. Please send me a kit that will enable me to make $400k a month with only a few hours work per week.

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Romeo Unnold…

Jeebus. I enjoyed the write-up of the comment, and I’m happy to have you around … but seriously, Romeo? Couldn’t you wait until the comment was over to promote your hookers? Trust me, I know that pimpin’ ain’t easy. But goodness.

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So, here’s a really bad example of spam. And not just because “going several directions” on an issue presents all kinds of possible directional puns (zigging versus zagging, north versus south, heaven versus hell, etc). It’s bad spam because I’ve been reading and writing blog entries for a long time, and there are very few that actually advocate methods for anything. The blogs I’ve seen fall into a few major categories: travel experiences or tips, food and/or wine, relationship whines, professional notes to win business, or generally self-absorbed personal-public diaries. Every once in a long while, you run into a blog that is simply entertaining, like Alison’s. But what you seldom find is a blog whose entries are generally “methods that make sense.” If you’re going to draft a generic paragraph to try to convince people that you know how to read, Mr. Credito, come up with something better.

I truly learned about most of this, but that being said, I still believed it had been practical. Great work!


Silly Ljubica, learning is not practical. Didn’t you take calculus in high school? How many times since graduation have you taken the derivative of the price of Olestra at the supermarket? When you’re hanging out with your friends at school, do you find witty comparisons to make to poor little orphan Oliver’s situation? When hauling your fat ass around, do you stop to think about the coefficient of friction? No. You can forget about learning anything – just watch Fox News for a while, and learn nothing except to loathe people that don’t know anything and to hate programs that help people learn things. Pretty soon you’ll stop appreciating me and I’ll have lost one of thousands of fans, but I’m prepared to accept that as the end result of really good piece of advice.

Impress the folks at home with your new moves and learn Thai boxing from professional coaches on a tropical island paradise.

Men’s Watches

Okay, this one made the Mail Bag out of sheer awesomeness. Are you fucking kidding me? I’d put my Bank of America PIN into a website if I thought I was going to be whisked off to study Gong Fu on a “tropical island paradise.” Men’s Watches, you’ve clearly been watching Enter the Dragon. Promise me that the island is actually the secret volcanic lair of a evil villainous genius, who will take me on as his apprentice, and I will rename the blog, “The Popdialectic, brought to you by Men’s Watches.”

This. This is where I want to study martial arts and evilness.

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Bland, but you’re welcome. I’m including this note to generally let people know: I will consider requests. You have to understand, there is so much I know about so many things, you may find yourself monitoring the site for quite a while before I address the issue about which you particularly want to know. Don’t leave it up to statistics, dear Consultor. Drop me a line and let me know the topic on which you want to be impressed by my opinions.

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The dot over the letter “I” is called a “tittle.” A female ferret will die if she goes into heat and cannot find a mate. Ketchup was sold in the 1830s as medicine. The first product to have a bar code was Wrigley’s gum. Venus is the only planet that rotates clockwise. Most dust particles in your house are made of dead skin. The almond is a member of the peach family. An ostrich’s eye is bigger than its brain. On average, 100 people choke to death on ballpoint pens every year. Rubber bands last longer when refrigerated.

Any or all of that true? Who cares. The point is, don’t try to out-trivialize the Popdialectic, bitch.

Good read. You ok if i add this info to my blog ?

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If by that you mean, “Do you mind if I link to your content?”, the answer is no, of course not. If the question is, “Do you mind if I copy and paste your content into Babelfish, translate it into Turkish, and post it verbatim to another site that I’ll take credit for?”, then the answer is definitely yes. I’m getting tired of that – it’s surprisingly frequent.

It is appropriate time to make some plans for the future and it’s time to be happy. I have read this post and if I could I wish to suggest you some interesting things or advice. Perhaps you could write next articles referring to this article. I desire to read more things about it!

Janise Kirner

Thank you for your concern, Janise. My plans for happiness in the future include planning out my next posts, which was a very perceptive suggestion on your part. Keep watching this space.

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2 Responses to Mail Bag, pt. III

  1. Paul says:

    Clearly, weird people (where’s Gary Larsen when you really need him?) outnumber the sane folks by a wide margin. Good retorts. And, do they reallty think they can gain any advantage by responding to your posts?

  2. Pingback: Mailbag: Because I couldn’t resist. (Sorry, Alan!) « pithypants

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