Comments: Things You Did Not Know

Ooh I didn't know who Joyce Carol Oates was. I'll have to visit the library to read her prolific sexual er um.. but respected writings. :)

Sorry to hear your sick with the flu and one of the nasty kinds. Ouch on that. I hope you get better.

If it makes you feel better I got low blood pressure and I'm now a bit overweight. And get no love or pity from heart related sites. I get a come back when your dead type feeling mr. calm and over relaxed boy. On the plus side my morning reading indicates a pre-hypertension (very low) but it's something..though I think it's the stress of having a diastolic pressure between 30 and 38. :P :( I'm a pity party I know.

Anyway chin up high for me. I'm off to learn more about Joyce Carol Oates. woo hoo! ;)

hmm I wonder if I could go to work with artsy purple circles under my eyes. :)

Posted by Klint at October 7, 2004 9:21 AM

Do I have permission to be critical?
Considering I OWN the flu problem in our state, I just have to point out that there is no such thing as actual Stomach Flu.
*puts infectious disease guide back on shelf*

As for your spider problem.
#1. that page just may be keyed with a particular bot.

#2. someone may have clicked through from your page to smutville, verifying the your page exist and have active purveyors of fine non-tradional hobbyist. This would augment #1

#3. Have you read your entry? It is chock full of innuendo. Here is a partial list (please cover the eyes of minors that may be reading this entry):
Mutant, Oates, squatted, rolled, skirts, wets self, sterile, chick, screaming ecstatically, Dingo, child, school girl, wet clothes, offspring, dope, dogfood.
So much spam food.... hehe.... kidding.

Posted by Shawn B. at October 7, 2004 10:22 AM

You're right. I did not know those things.

And, isn't it a good feeling when we relaize how much we trust God and our husbands? Er.. husband. I only have one.

Posted by Heather at October 7, 2004 3:02 PM

not that i'm an expert, but i highly suspect the use of the term "hardback" followed closely by the verb "squatted." it certainly kept me reading. have you considered doing a blog entry that consists of only "joyce carol oates" to see if the name is, in fact , the culprit? (ah, true science.)


Posted by kim luke at October 7, 2004 7:22 PM

Poor Joyce. Perhaps she is just trying to get the word out about the Yellow Fever Festival, but finds it too abhorrent to speak about, directly, and so figures that a liberal smattering of even less pleasant topics will cause your readers to say, "Yellow Fever, huh? Well, that doesn't sound so bad. In comparison."


Posted by Mir at October 7, 2004 8:23 PM