Arun has been saying this a lot lately as an affirmation after stating something as fact. As in "Mama, cat says meow. Right?"
So, as you can see in my last post, my inappropriate use of sarcastic hyperbole may have been a bit too much. I do not really harbor the desire to go around punching folks in the face. I promise. Eeks, y'all. In my defense, here in the KC area, our gas pumps are littered with dire warnings and pretty pictures about the dangers of gasoline vapors and static electricity. I guess my assumption was that folks are ignoring those warnings in lieu of warming their booties while re-fueling.
Because Segues Are An Over-Rated Literary Device.
Awhile back, I asked for opinions about responding to comments. Lately, this topic has come up again. Scribbit has an excellent post about how she deals with comments. Zoot also has a post today about responding to comments. I still feel bad that I do not respond to comments. If you are a frequent commenter, chances are that you're one of my RL friends or you are a blog friend anyway, so that means I am either seeing you in person or am reading/commenting on your blog. I am hoping that is okay. In the past 2 months, as I notice new comments from new readers, I have been automatically adding those folks to my feed reader. Unfortunately, I do not usually get an email address with comments, so it is not a matter of hitting "reply" and responding. Replying within the comment section itself does not seem a good method because folks do not come back to check for a response (I know that I do not do this myself.) Anyway, I hope the status quo is working for all of us. If not, let me know. I also encourage you to read Zoot's post and comment there - this seems to be a great way to get some consensus on what folks think about the whole topic of responding to comments.
Peace. Right? Right.