Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Fan Fix

For those who are dissatisfied with the rate of output from the Land of Yajeev, I encourage you to consider that which has brought satisfaction to readers who have wanted more from their favorite literary universes than the authors have provided (e.g. Rowling's Hogwarts, Cuse and Lindelof's mystical island, Albert's Molecular Biology of the Cell): Fan Fiction.

I authorize you, dear loyal readers, you heartbreaking few who visit the blog twice or thrice daily in hopes of espying a new (mis)adventure from your humble narrator, to imagine for yourselves and document the antics in which I might find myself. Feel free to take liberties as to the (alternate) universe(s) you imagine me to inhabit and negotiate. Crossover interactions with characters from other narratives (e.g. fantasy novels, blogs, reality shows, scholarly research) are wholeheartedly endorsed.

Monetization of the Land of Yajeev without Yajeev's written consent is expressly prohibited. Please be charitable in your extra-canonical depictions.

Sunday, January 9, 2011

Response to Recent Comments

In the great blog post drought of 2010, I have received many comments that have, until now, gone unaddressed. Here, I will respond to a representative few.

My November 16, 2009 entry entitled "Dear Bob Gunton..." generated a lot of buzz in the comments section. Anonymous wrote:
Hello, I think this is the coollest blog I`ve seen. I really like your theme.
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Anonymous, thank you for your kind words. I know you've read a lot of blogs with a variety of interesting themes. To think that mine is the coollest you've seen really means a lot. Best of luck with your online Tramadol sales.

Another anonymous reader commented on the same post:
Hello! Excellent site, keep up the good work!
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Thanks, Anonymous! I will do my best not to let you down. I'm sorry it's been so long between posts. Best of luck with your cheap Accutane sales.

A third anonymous respondent shared:
I usually don't post in blogs but your blog forced me to, amazing work.. beautiful !
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Anonymous, I don't know what to say. I am honored that, after reading my blog, you felt compelled to share your positive feedback. Might I say that I admire your creative punctuation usage. Best of luck with your cheap Ultram sales.

The December 13, 2009 post, "A Cold Day in Hell" resonated with a lot of readers, many of whom left comments.

オテモヤン wrote:
I'm speechless. オテモヤン, I hope you know that you are welcome to comment here any time, but please remember that this blog is family entertainment, so keep it clean.

Anonymous wrote, quite flatteringly,
nice post. I would love to follow you on twitter.
You're in luck, Anonymous. During my extended blog hiatus, I have been sharing 140-or-fewer-character morsels of wit and wisdom. Check it out here!

Yet another anonymous commenter chimed in:
Hi all. How are you?
Hello. I am fine, thank you. How are you?

Finally, Mark wrote:
Isn't that the final irony of life -- isn't it????
Mark, I have no idea what that even means. In the future, if you wish to comment on the blog, have a point. It makes it so much more interesting for the reader.

Thank you, everyone (except Mark--you can do better), for your comments. It brings me great pleasure that such high-caliber conversation continues at the Land of Yajeev even when new blog posts aren't forthcoming. The comments section at the end of each post represents the leading edge of intellectual discourse of our society. Keep your comments coming!