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name: Kevin Moroso  kevin_morso@hotmail.com
from: Deep within the forest
comments: I've somehow stumbled upon your site and its a little gem. I'll be reading as much as I can - boy do I know how to procrastinate when I'm supposed to be studying. How did I end up on here? Was it the references to queer Davie St (next time I'm there, I'll try to take a break for ogling the biceps and give a quick up and down look to a beautiful woman). Is it the references to Doukhobors - I've been grappling with the spirit all my life and have always been a piece of grass pushing against the prevailing wind. Or is it the desire to wander but always held back by practicalities. Anyways, I will keep reading on - nice to see thoughts I can relate to at times. - September 2, 2008, 1:41 pm


name: Judy  ddakzi@yahoo.co.kr
from: earth
comments: Hi..Nadya.. It's always fascinating to know someone unique and so talented... I really enjoyed your class and want to know more about you.. ^^ hope you never lose your energy and enthusiasm in life. ciao~~ - February 14, 2007, 1:25 am


name: Banan  ziggy_starwoman@yahoo.ca
from: Coquitlam, B.C Canada
comments: Where are my lists? WHERE ARE THEY!?!And I'd like to know what neanderthal mongoloid is saying you can do better? On what basis or comparison or subject do they figure may be "better"? Keep doing exactly what you're doing. Being able to write well has absolutely nothing to do with the topic you provide. - November 9, 2006, 2:43 pm


name: Nathan Moyer  sourceseeker2006@hotmail.com
from: Abbotsford/Victoria/Nakusp
comments: This sight is majorly thought provoking And it's author is thinking on a level that exercises my brain. It is refreshing considering all the mind numbing conversationalists out there fixated on the social sphere. Here is a person who fractures the norm and attempts to show me that I am alive. - November 7, 2006, 5:56 pm


name: katie  kate_163@hotmail.com
comments: Girlfriend, your piece on teaching ESL was priceless. I was crying with laughter and slapping my knees, shouting "That's SO true!" , much to the alarm of my significant other. Any critics of yours are pompous arsepicks. You have followed in the grand Canadian spirit of writing about what you know, rather than writing about what you think will impress other people. I would rather read your writing than milton's or chaucer's any day. Crusty old Europeans have nothing on modern social analysts like yourself. Rock on sister! - November 3, 2006, 7:54 pm


name: caz  ambertides@canada.com
from: cruzio
comments: i'm so porud of your wonderful work my dearest. i alwyas knew you could do it! can't awit to see you in a under a month!! caz - October 26, 2006, 6:47 pm


name: Danielle Marleau
from: Vancouver
comments: Thanks for being interesting and interested. - October 11, 2006, 10:58 pm


name: Danielle Marleau
from: Vancouver
comments: "You can make more friends in two months by becoming interested in other people than you can in two years by trying to get other people interested in you." Dale Carnegie, author of "How to Win Friends and Influence People" - October 11, 2006, 10:54 pm


name: Bunun  ziggy_starwoman@hotmail.com
from: Coquitlam
comments: I laughed...a lot. I even told a few friends to check it out. More lists, I love the lists! And I laughed my ass off about "With or Without You" by U2, every line I went, "IIII KNOW!" cuz I do, cuz I hate them so much, but just this year, for obvious reasons, I finally GOT that overplayed damn song I've heard but never listened to. Keep 'em coming. - October 11, 2006, 4:30 pm


name: Martin M
from: martropolitan@livejournal.com
comments: Well, N-Dawg, this site does (at least) two things exceptionally well. It charms us readers and makes us think good things about you, which any internet face should (and it does it with more food-for-thought than a myspace profile); and as a treat for us ourselves, it leaves us abuzz--get away from the computer! live hard until the sun runs out. hope is a moral necessity because despair is a self-fulfilling proposition--but the unexamined life is not worth living, nevertheless. blah blah blah. no lesions for MArtin! rad. - September 28, 2006, 9:38 pm

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