Reader Responses

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“Reader Responses” showcases selected comments from individual posts and emails received from subscribers through Contact in the navigation bar above.

  • “…trite…!”
  • “Just buy another espresso machine!”
  • “Are you kidding?”
  • “…deeply sensitive.”
  • “Insensitive!”
  • “You don’t know what your [sic] talking about.”
  • “Best blog on the internet…amazing!”
  • “Eliminating the grey-beards from an engineering team has its consequences.”
  • “I never said that. You must be thinking of someone else.”
  • “When it comes to floor mats, you can’t do any better than WeatherTech.”
  • “I had way too many students that fit right into this young woman’s thought process. Three very expensive years into college, and all of a sudden in their senior year they start to wonder what they might like to do for the rest of their lives.”
  • “What was that person even doing at a university?”
  • “This was so touching. I hope you see more chalk markings as well!”
  • “Why do you have a picture of a cow?”
  • “I ask[ed] my sainted mother why no one in…five generations… had ever been divorced…’We’re all too cheap and stubborn,’ she said….”
  • “This is one of the most dull stories I’ve ever read, give me the 2 minutes of my life back.”
  • “I have two little grandsons, who think I’m cool, smart and funny. I wish I could freeze them (and myself) so none of us will grow any older.”
  • “Lovely…that your grandchildren have that trust and confidence in you is a treasure. You are an entirely safe person for them. One of those treasures in a field, their presence unknown, thus their location, missed.”
  • “Why don’t you just admit that the evidence for aliens could not be more in your face. Unless you are part of the coverup, bro.”
  • “Loved the drycleaning joke!”
  • “This is why I don’t subscribe anymore.”
  • “Your [sic] a genius.”
  • “Seriously?”
  • “I just subscribed. Can I write a post about dog care?”
  • “Where do you get your ideas, an insane asylum?”

Like fiction? Check out the “Mercury trilogy” (The Gringo and Laura Fedora) as well as the autobiographical Nine Lives here. Also, go to Robert Brancatelli. The Brancatelli Blog is a member of The Free Media Alliance, which promotes “alternatives to software, culture, and hardware monopolies.”

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