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I always enjoy reader feedback. It is nice to know that out in blogland you can touch so many lives.

Hello Jack,

I just started reading your blog last weekI really enjoyed your post about Polite conversation. Are you always so polite?

Warm regards,

Dear Sheri,

Nope. I swear like a sailor and have been told by two different women that I “bring out the bitch in them.” I tried to explain that I was just helping them live up to their potential but they didn’t appreciate it. Wonder why.


If I were you I’d start looking for new material because you lost your funny bone.


When you sat down on the couch did you feel anything, because I think I know where that bone got to. 😉

Hello Jack,

If you could be a superhero which one would you be?

Hi Donald,

Pizza Man


I am tired of seeing you say that you do not support Bush and then blogging about how good he is. He is the worst president ever and there is a reason that people hate him.

Wake up!



I am not sure what you have read or where but I believe in specifics. You give me some specifics and I’ll be happpy to address them. And afterwards I’ll even lick the envelopes and stamp them too. In the meantime spend an hour or so reading my blog and then tell me what you think.

Hi Jack,

A while ago you blogged about travelling for work. Are you interested in meeting other bloggers? There are a group of us who’d like to say hello in person.



Well Chris, all things are possible. I think that the first step in any meeting is telling me where you live so that I can tell you if I ever get out to your area. Because there are some places I never venture such as cleveland, Detroit, Omaha and Versailles, Kentucky.

That’s it for now. More to come on a different day.

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  1. mquest August 11, 2005 at 6:59 pm

    I am pizza man!

  2. Stacey August 11, 2005 at 4:31 pm

    “I’ll take my perfect winter mornings, when the world is so white and quiet and perfect you’d think you were in paradise.”

    Yes, yes, yes. How true.

    And don’t forget autumn. Californians think they have this season, but it is a joke.

    And Air time’s got a point about the air.

  3. Air Time August 11, 2005 at 4:07 pm

    its your blog, you can have the last word

  4. Air Time August 11, 2005 at 3:58 pm

    I’ll take my perfect winter mornings, when the world is so white and quiet and perfect you’d think you were in paradise. I like my traffic moving and my air clean. And I am glad that when the chick with perfect breasts turns quickly and slaps me on the side of my haed with them, that they weren’t rock hard, filled with silicone and leaving a bruise.

    More people watch the Lions at Ford Field on a single sunday than watch LA football teams in an entire season. And that has been going on for years. 😉

  5. Jack's Shack August 11, 2005 at 3:07 pm

    Hi Lejend,

    Had a good friend from Versailles. She used to tell stories about it.


    You don’t have any beaches, but if it makes you feel good you can claim too. Just remember that a mule can call itself anything it wants but it is still a mule. The sports teams are happy that you support them because they need all six fans to show up for the nightly fight.

    You can take the two white boys who think that they are Black, a city that has three good months of weather, not consecutive and the inferiority complex that detroit and cleveland share. It doesn’t bother me.

    I’ll be glad to live in a place that leads the nation in technology, both computer and biotech. I’ll take rolling hills of green, amazing vineyards that produce fine wine, the roar of the ocean and a true beach, the mountains, the desert and endless opportunity. I’ll take a place that people claim not to want to live in yet still visit in droves.

    It is a fabulous place to live which leads to the only downside which is there is such demand to be here that the housing market is tighter than it should be.

    You can have slush and grey skies and the like. 😉

    Rav Fleischmann,

    I remember some of those episodes.

  6. rabbifleischmann August 11, 2005 at 1:48 pm

    Reminds me of the old days when letterman used to do viewer mail and they were funny and he’d say “people ask if this is real mail. Yes it is. If it wasn’t real mail, could I do THIS?” (then he’d fan the letters back and forth.)

  7. Stacey August 11, 2005 at 1:23 pm

    Yeah, we’re not plastic and pretentious. 😉

  8. Air Time August 11, 2005 at 1:22 pm

    I’d rather be in Cleveland than California. People are more real in the midwest.

  9. Stacey August 11, 2005 at 1:15 pm

    Detroit rocks!! (Almost as much as Cleveland)!

  10. Air Time August 11, 2005 at 1:03 pm

    I don’t come by for a few days, and I miss two attacks on the D.

    Don’t worry Jack, we don’t need any more soft-in-the-head Californians rolling through Detroit.

    I’ll take Eminem, Kid Rock, the Pistons, Wings, Lions and Tigers, lakefront beaches and seasons that change over some mindless California lifestyle.

    Remember, ain’t no party like a detroit party cuz a detroit party never stops.

  11. bornfool August 11, 2005 at 12:09 pm

    Good call to stay out of Versailles, KY. I highly recommend to anyone with a modicum of intelligence to stay out of the whole state. Of course, anyone with a modicum of intelligence already knows that.

  12. Jack's Shack August 11, 2005 at 6:46 am

    Hi NJ,

    I am just another blogger, but thanks, I appreciate it.

    Shmata woman, I know how to spell cleveland. It is M-O-N-K-E-Y-T-O-W-N.

  13. Stacey August 11, 2005 at 2:50 am

    Reader Feeback? If you grew up in Cleveland, you’d know how to spell.

  14. fsgsf August 11, 2005 at 12:21 am

    Jack, you are a blogland idol!! Keep up the good work sailor!


    NJ from NJ

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