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Ooooh....I've kinda been waiting for you to weigh in on that subject, being an Howell native and all.


Lisa, I love your blog. If I ever start (and keep up with) a blog, you will be my inspiration. Why? Because you were inspired by someone else, and then went and did your own Lisa thing, which inspires me to do my own thing someday. Make sense? I think you're brave to take your inspiration from Loretta since she is so prolific. But I love your voice. You are so... pithy. Keep it up, and thanks.


I love your blog...I am not sure how I got here, thru Nanea I think. I am a true crime buff, I swear like a sailor, and I love your writing. Check mine out. nicolemarie.typepad.com. I once ordered a banana split when I was 2 from the man at Swensen's by calling him a son of a bitch! Fuck yeah!


I was thinking about talking about that too... I'll let you take it!
I'm glad you are covering it.


There is a KKK robe up for auction in Howell?!? I suppose that really shouldn't surpise me. Are they holding the auction in the Jones Road Cemetery or maybe on Robert Miles' old complex? Disgusting. I was just reading last night about the arrest in the "Mississippi Burning" murders, and that got me to thinking about the research I did on the Klan in high school for the story I did for the Main Four. (aka the Main Bore) It was so creepy. They sent me all this propaganda including stickers and cards that said "Get on the Klan Van! Join the Klan Youth Corps!" Sick. Anyway, can't wait to hear the details about this robe for auction.

Sain't Christopher

I'm so fucking jealous- I wish I'd come up with that header for a post.

Keep the faith, kiddo!


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