Good, good. Anyways, just wanted to let you know that my heart was warmed by your generosity. In these tough economic times when hundreds of thousands are being forced out of their homes and thousands more are losing their jobs, while greed and insensitivity ravage the upper classes, it’s good to hear of someone with such a kind, generous heart like yours.
Look, I just watched an episode of your programme and I really appreciate what you guys are doing.
It’s just so hard to raise awareness of important issues among today’s youth. They seem to become more and more apathetic everyday, choosing consumerism and celebrity gossip over world issues and real news. In a sea of disgusting, shameful, garbage that is our television show selection, it’s so refreshing to see a wholesome, for-the-whole-family, raise awareness programme that attempts to teach a good solid set of morals.
I must say, nothing says “Hey guys, smoking is terribly dangerous to your health and therefore maybe you shouldn’t smoke!” quite like the countless pictures of you guys smoking. Hell, I saw a picture of one of you guys smoking two cigarettes. TWO!
I believe I say this on behalf of society when I say, thank you for trying to raise awareness about the health effects of smoking. You’re truly doing us all a service.
I do not attempt to hide my distaste for the “Church” of Scientology (I put “Church” in sarcastic, internet-douche quotes because I don’t believe they deserve to be called a church). In fact, I have already typed out two posts on the subject which can be found here and here. I was quite pleased to read that Wikipedia, the free online encyclopedia, has banned any member of the “Church” from editing articles about their “Church.” It was discovered that members created accounts on the encyclopedia’s website for the specific reason of editing articles concerning Scientology in order to convey a more favourable view of the “Church.”
So kudos to Wikipedia for standing up to this cult “Church” and clamping down on their propaganda machine.
A news article about this subject can be found here.
This is a sad, sad day ladies and gentlemen. This is a complete disgrace to the music industry and music fans everywhere.
This is also a slap in the face of Canada. Polka is as Canadian as perogies, Oktoberfest sausage, tiramisu, or the taco so to remove the “Best Polka Album” from the Grammy’s is an insult to Canadian society. What’s next, scraping the “Best clarinet concerto album” award?!
When will the madness end, Grammy’s? When will it end?!
It is hard to gather words to describe how you feel while you are in shock. I need to do my best to accomplish this feat thanks to oh no megan.
While looking through my tumblr dashboard I see, sitting among pictures of hipsters and shelves of books, a post in which blogger “Oh no megan” describes her favourite blog. Intrigued, I click the link to see the blog that has been described and find myself shocked at what I see. Before me, on my screen, is my own blog.
As a Lutheran I am programmed to deny appraisal and be disgustingly modest. Due to this intrinsic downplay of anything I do I chuckle to myself and believe that I had accidentally clicked the wrong link or perhaps pushed “back” on my internet browser. Again, clicking the link on the post, I find myself at my own page.
I am deeply humbled that someone would consider my little blog to be their favourite. I can not think of any words (besides humbled, of course) to describe just how I feel right now. There is an overwhelming urge boiling within for me to downplay everything that had been written, so is the way of the Lutheran, but I’ll hold it back because in my years of living amongst non-Lutherans I have learned it’s impolite not to accept a compliment.
Thank you, Oh no megan. I appreciate your kind words.