Not to forget all the advertisment they seem to possess :p
Man…you’ll be popular during Easter…LOL
– christa 2006-04-14 10:40 UTC
popular schmopular! He’s spot on though
– publicenergy 2006-04-14 22:04 UTC
heh heh heh
it may have something to do with the fact that they don’t seem to have any good musicians either.
– L 2006-04-14 22:48 UTC
Hello again to a most provocative den.
Check out my site and tell me what I need to do. I’m serious. I want you to do that.
While you’re there, you may congratulate me on my 2000th hit. I promise this is the last invitation, though, to celebrate my stats. Might get boring.
Seriously, your site is wonderful.
A blessed Easter.
– Shirley Buxton 2006-04-14 23:05 UTC
Once upon the time we used to build cathedrals for the greater glory of God. Now we build terrible, garish websites much for the same reason: God must delight in our work, because clearly nobody else does.
– Tudor 2006-04-14 23:05 UTC
Shirley, you’re blog is beautiful. You don’t need to change anything on
there, just ignore him. We’ve been talking about this on and off, because it
goes for a lot of political blogs too, and the majority have a lot of ads,
terrible colour choices and overall what Robin wrote here.
But it doesn’t have to apply to everyone.
So keep your blog the way it is. I know I would
– christa 2006-04-15 08:51 UTC
Shirley, your site IS one of the few exceptions, I promise! No offence (in your case) intended.
There is nothing you need to change, seriously. If only the other countless thousands out there followed your example, I’d have nothing to write about.
Have a great Easter.
– GreyWulf 2006-04-15 08:55 UTC
Just came across these comments about my blog. Thank you for the compliment. I will follow your advice and keep it the way it is.
– Shirley Buxton 2006-04-18 05:26 UTC