The effects of my tampering with the site still lingered this week. But you all managed to get some comments in, and this is your weekly comments of the week post below.
Cardstand asked, "Did you hack your own site?" Yes. I am an idiot. I usually mess around in the development site and did not have the courage to tell tech that I screwed up so I spent all day trying to fix it. Pure genius I tell you.
Our favorite comments from the week:
Cardstand gave us an encyclopedic comment on a hallway that does not exist anymore:
200 Water Street. It has since been dismantled. This is the building with the digital clock on the outside. That barely functions most of the time nowadays.
What it looked like then: http://www.thecityreview.com/downtown/seaport/john127e.jpg
Corrugated steel and fluorescent lights. Who knew the future look was so cheap.
The Livid Librarian gave us an alternative poem of the day:
It chops the air
then lays bare
Its constant whirring
is cause for stirring
and in the end, slain
by a crane
AsFarAsImConcernedNelliesStillFantastic offered an alternative poem and some commentary:
Mine is a two part haiku. I am making revolutionary poetry here people!
Blah blah blah blah blah
Let’s kill some more foreigners
and the news plays on
And nobody cares
Their favorite shows are on
blah blah blah blah blah
Now some people may accuse me of cheating of not being able to come up with anything for line 1 in Act I and line 3 in Act II and my response to that is blah blah blah blah blah.
AsFarAsImConcernedNelliesStillFantastic responded to WilltheDill's, "Maybe I should submit some shit to the Review of Books." with:
Is this “shit” you speak of literal or figurative?
Sarahb asked an important question:
So let’s say for example, if someone wanted to stockpile rocks for a future attack, would that be considered intent or foresight?