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No offence but some people have just got it, and some people haven't. But the maine thing is that you are enjoying yourself.I have tried to get into your writing, but it just doesn't do it for me. I really find your swearing, a bit attention seeking for shock value. Loretta has a very good blog, and she manages to do that without swearing.


There is a really simple solution to your problem, Sierra, with the fake email, if you "don't get into my writing" find the profanity offensive, etc.

Don't read it.

By the way, Maine is a state, not a descriptive word.

So, utilize that little X up in the top right hand corner of your screen.

What does it say about you, that you waste your time reading blogs you don't like?

Buh Bye, now!


They have a "love boat" Type experience for all of us, possibly with more alcohol...


Some of my regular reads ( ie. http://weetabix.diaryland.com ) are even guest speakers...

I can see it now... "Journalcon 2010 - Detroit - Join us in the Murder Capital of the world"
What's weirder is we could organize our own little get together since we all for the most part live relatively close...
Scary thought isn't it...??? =)


I wanna come to Journalcon -- but only if we call it a circle jerk.

And hey, "sierra"? I'd skip my blog, if I were you. The profanity is even worse.


Sierra: Piece of advice. SHUT UP ALREADY. Don't read this blog if you "can't get into it" and the profanity offends you. I think you will find a lot of bloggers tend to use profanity. Just a word of warning in case you surf the Net and decide to "enlighten" somebody else with your comments.


Sierra bugger off ,you troll. We don't need your kind here anyway!

Love ya Lis! Love the post too. We are a bunch of cannibals aren't we?! We devour each other's links, stories,ideas and pictures! And we love it!

Sain't Christopher

Well, seeing as how I am only one of two guys in our circle jerk, I am totally willing to refer to it as a daisy chain . . .as soon as someone explains to me how one actually works.


Well, I'm not an official part of the blog circle jerk/daisy chain, but I have known Lisa forever (since the days when she spelled her name Lissa - hehe) and I too went to high school with Holly's husband and once worked with her mother-in-law, and Michelle is my new crime friend, so I feel I can chime in about Sierra's stupid comment too - I would write something scathing and witty, but I'm too drained from baby care, so I will just say - "yeah, what they all said."

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