OOOOKKKK. The train stuff at the beginning looked very familiar except it seemed pretty much empty. Sure would like to take the line in the last part, though. And where is the Statue of Liberty? They have a replica here?
Great to hear from you D. Your blog is required reading for the politically challenged like Our Man. Why don't you allow comments though? There would be good discussions I'm sure. Think the Statue of Liberty is in Odiaba. Ask Shane Sakata of Nihon Sun, bet she would know.
Thanks...I have been thinking about opening them up again and I may in the future. Don't know how much time I'd have to reply to comments though. Also, I suppose it sounds goofy, but I find it harder to write that way.
When Our Man was a whipper snapper of a reporter for the Log Cabin Democrat, Conway, Arkansas, the owner used to call the letters page the most important one. It gives the readers their right to reply and serves as a ballast or bullshitometer for the journos. Comments are the letters page virtual successor.You don't have to reply to the comments, that isn't the point, the point is the readers can make their voice heard.But, do what you want, you are good at it, don't fix what ain't broken.
Part of the charm of D's blog is his no comments policy. Please never change.That self-assurance, that swagger, that who gives a damn what you think, is what makes D's blog stand out.
Hmm, you're giving Our Man ideas Madam Armchair...
even trolls like me need a sense of purpose.have a heart
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