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What is your FF Comments/Likes Ratio? (Comments divided by Likes to 2nd decimal place - as of now) -
What is your FF Comments/Likes Ratio? (Comments divided by Likes to 2nd decimal place - as of now)
1.05 (670/633) - Micah from Bookmarklet
Can you remind me again where to find those stats? - Brian Johns
Brian, go to "Me" link ( which defaults to the Feed tab. Look at the sidebar on the right, below Discussion. - Micah
0.75 (926/1226) - still relatively new here - mikepk
I only see my stats for the last week (17/14 = 1.21) Please tell me your 670 number is for more than just a week! - Brian Johns
1.44 (566/391) for brianjohns (after week tally you should see a comma then 'all time' count - I can see it on your page) - Micah
OK, sorry. I'm a total dumbass. I stopped reading after the weekly totals... - Brian Johns
3.74, which seems way off of everybody else's. I wonder what that says. I comment a lot more than I like. - Cyrus Lendvay
FFers use FF with their own strategy or simply default tendencies. The ratio is an interesting snapshot of behaviour. Thanks for joining in everyone, hope more keep flowing in. - Micah from twhirl
0.79 - Brian Roy
0.77 - Shey
0.76 - FFing Enigma
1.39. - Rochelle
1.61 - I only 'like' when I want to throw my support behind a topic but don't have anything constructive to add. - Bjorn Stromberg
1.12 - Tinfoil 2.0
5.08 (3181/626) ! - ◄ani625Ξ ಠ_ಠ
0.66 - I tend to 'like' things without needing to comment further, I guess, and I notice I usually like the things upon which I comment. Well, frequently. - ɐ ɯıʞ sıɹɥɔ
.39 (2457/6242) I guess I don't comment much. I do 'like' a lot of things, it would seem. - Bren
0.62 then again i have over 11,000 comments - Cee Bee
1.23 (5287/4229) - I am put to shame by Cee Bee's participation, good grief! - Lindsay
@Cee Bee I think you meant 0.62 - ◄ani625Ξ ಠ_ಠ
1.27 (902/705) - Leandro Ardissone ⍨
yes, thanks for the correction. lindsay, you're making me feel bad. lol - Cee Bee
0.8576, I only like mostly when I'm going to comment - Molly Song ;)
1.55 endlessly repeating. This Like/Comment included. - Dana D
before this comment: .69 I kid you not. - InPerpetualMotion(Gina k)
So far: Average: 1.27 | Median: 0.81 ... (if you average 1 comment per like, you'd be 1.0 ... if you're 0.xx you might herd content more than discuss ... if you're whole numbers above 1 you may not 'like' much or discuss plenty or both) - Micah
CSV_A: 1.05,0.75,1.44,0.81,3.74,0.79,0.77,0.67,0.77,0.76,1.39,1.8,1.61,1.12,0.141,5.08,2.41,0.66,.39,0.62,.62,1.27,0.8576,1.551,0.69 - Micah
1.83 - Grant Bierman
I tend to like allot of photos which really don't need comments. - InPerpetualMotion(Gina k)
InPerpetualMotion(Gina k), I really liked this 'Like' of yours (in a series of pics, so I flickr fav'd it): and commented. Thanks! - Micah
.37 1002/2708 - Michael Fidler
this is what scobes walls would like if he didnt have FF - sean percival
I haven't seen Marc Canter's fabled fence (just heard about it), but I imagine this but on wood pickets :) - Micah
This week: 2.48 (1162:467) but this is not the norm, my likes usually match or are higher than comments, overall: 0.95 (14228:14846). - Kol Tregaskes
Thanks Michael, Kol! I'll recalculate average/median when we build up some more data points here. - Micah
1.03 748/723 - Keith - @tsudo
.68 6986/10194 Someone wrote a great article on the comment-like ratio a few months ago. Search on FriendFeed is crashing on me... I'll try to get the link. - Mitchell Tsai
Thanks Mitchell (btw, search crashing on me too - lots) - Micah
1316 comments/20221 likes (0.06), according to Windows Calculator, although I probably screwed up. - Tyson Key
*bump* - Micah
Thanks, Mark! - Micah
Thanks Spidra! - Micah
0.95 (1520/1604) - it's 2+ months later, and my ratio flipped (more Likes by .05) - Micah
.7 (1204/1724) - before this comment at least. - Rachel Lea Fox
Thanks, Rachel! - Micah
3.46 (3665/1057) before this comment and like. - Kevin Fox
Thanks, Kevin. 3+ is quite the comment on your commenting activities :) - Micah
I've got stuff to say. - Kevin Fox
3.98 (900/226) - Richard Lawler
1.02 (3538/3484) for sofarsofarshaun - Micah
.34 (600/1747, not counting this comment) - Michael Hocter
Thank you, Siavash and Michael - Micah
.52 overall, but .68 this week. - Rebecca Lasley
Nice, thanks Rebecca. - Micah
1.31 - Rahsheen
0.56 - imabonehead
Rah and imabonehead - rock on! (Richard too!) - Micah
0.16 - Anne Bouey
4.62 (287/62) -- Yikes! I'm chatty. - Ted Roden
Thank you kindly, Anne, jcunwired and Ted. - Micah
2.63 - Bryce Roney
Thanks for joining in, Bryce. - Micah
.15 all time, .13 this week. - Alix May
Thank you, Alix and David! (and Alix, you're tied with Siavash for the Highest Like ratio. Wow). - Micah
2.94 - j1m
Thank you, j1m. Ok, I'm gonna roll this up into a csv and call it a night. - Micah
CSV_B: 0.95,0.7,3.46,3.98,1.02,0.15,0.34,0.52,1.31,0.56,0.16,1.39,4.62,2.63,0.15,0.52,2.94 - Micah
this week = 0.45%, alltime = 6.43% - chaz2b
CSV_B Mean: 1.49 (previous mean for CVS_A: 1.27) - Micah
Of course the numbers can easily lie, but I'm gonna say it anyway: "We're getting more conversational, people!" - Micah
0.49 (493/988) - Bluesun 2600
816 / 2502 = 0.326139089 overall | 50 / 233 = 0.214592275 this week I like much more than I comment. (maths via google) - Chris Loft
3026/5013 = 0.6036 - Roger Chen
chaz2b, Bluesun 2600, Roger, Nicholas — thank you! - Micah
5.25 but I don't know what this *means, yet. maybe I'm just stingy with my "likes" compared to others? - Marg Uerite
Thanks jamar78 and Marg! - Micah
A recent change in FF: now the comment count shows total number of comments (previously multiple comments in one thread only counted as one) so all the numbers above are from the old methodology.... - David HC Soul
My new ratio: 0.76 all time (old methodology .52).... this week 1.39 - David HC Soul
*bump* - Micah
1.26 (2965/2346) - Micah
Thanks, Glen and pea! - Micah
Looks like my ratio as flipped again (comments back to dominating again). Seems to match my own awareness I've lately been commenting without Liking (commenting is my inherent recognition of value to me and the additional Like is when it merits an extra bump to help discovery by others). - Micah
.38 - Ryan Dadey
Ryan, I have to say, that's one high caliber ratio ;) - Micah
An update it's .44 which is an improvement from .36 - Michael Fidler
2.94 1040/354 I have likes set to post to twitter automatically, so I'm careful with them. :) - guruvan (Rob Nelson)
0.85 - Steven Perez
0.73 up from 0.66 on Jan 08 - ɐ ɯıʞ sıɹɥɔ
0.37 for the week past, 0.45 on the whole. - Parth Awasthi
Michael, Anthony, Ahsan, guruvan Steven, sıɹɥɔ and Parth - thanks for dropping in your stats! - Micah
5.81 i'm not using it as does everyone else here. that is fer sure. - Marg Uerite
Ahsan, huh, I'd never considered that. - Micah
17942/30571=.59 - Scoble, Alex Scoble
Alex, thank you, sir. - Micah
ALmost 2:1 exactly. - Amani
Much obliged, Amani. - Micah
3062/5777 you do the maths. - Will Higgins™
.53 (3062/5777) for Will Higgins #math-on-demand-services - Micah
Thank you, amin/gnu - Micah
1.45 (4374/3026) - Micah
0.92 now. I think the movie reviews have been getting me closer to a 1 to 1 ratio. - Steven Perez
Steven, yep, you were a 0.85 in April. - Micah
2.10 now ... - Amani
0.97 now. - Eric Johnson
Amani, so your comments have climbed a bit. - Micah
Thanks, Eric. - Micah
yes, but i am not consciously "not liking" things - Amani from IM
Probably, just chattier then :) - Micah
I'm down from 7.16 to 6.94 :-) - Ken Sheppardson
the live NBA playoff threads have ALOT to do with it. - Amani from IM
Ken, the FCC may be interested to explore how your "I'm down" may be offensively self-deprecating ;) - Micah
.56 eeep, must try harder - Threepwood
4.52. I don't bother to like things I've commented on, since commenting already flags it as interesting. - Andy Bakun
0.46 (1698/3638) - Glenn Slaven
Threepwood, Andy, Glenn - thanks (Andy, that's my mo too; then I'll Like if it warrants a "double vote"). - Micah
1.31 (4,471/3,401) - Karoli
Thanks, Karoli. And the both of us have a _very_ similar ratio and absolute numbers. wow. - Micah
Thanks, Ryo! - Micah
Andy, scroll upward and you'll see a couple calculations from before (January: Average: 1.27 | Median: 0.81) - Micah
In March the Mean was: 1.49 - Micah
1.021276595744680851063829787234042553191489361702127659... via Wolfram Alpha - tom murphy
Thanks, tom. And though a bit verbose, your friend Wolfram is resourceful :D - Micah
0.55 (254/444) - Willem (@wim66) ☠
Thank you, Willem. - Micah
In April you were 0.97, so you're liking more / commenting less. - Micah
1.88 (779/414) - Ton Zijp
Thanks, Ton. - Micah
0.43 (3597/8305). - Parth Awasthi
0.74 (1970/2667) - Kristin of Two Everything
And thank you Parth, Scott. - Micah
Parth, compared to your April numbers, you've been consistent. - Micah
Thanks, Rick! - Micah
.54 (4148/7674) Updated! - Michael Fidler
Rick, you mean that face with glasses I photoshopped tint into with an apparently disembodied arm which is actually very much attached to my eldest son? It's mostly just me :) - Micah
Thanks, Michael. Yes, you have a rising tide of comment percentage (oh, wow, you were one of the originals from January - cool!) - Micah
1.82 from 798 comments / 438 likes - David Damore
Thanks, nivé and David! - Micah
2027/1594 = 1.27 - Brome
0.58 - Marc Dong
2.9 (3,242/1,116) mhhh.. time to straighten my use of FF a bit.. thanks for this entry - Thierry R. Andriamirado
Brome, Marc and Thierry - thank you! - Micah
Thierry - yeah, 2.9 is fairly high - got to pick the pace on like side :) [but hey, whatever works for you is fine] - Micah
1.91 - MiniMage
Thank you Nicholas and MiniMage! - Micah
Yeah, that's a decent upward rise in comments, Nicholas. - Micah
.6 (6,000/10,000) 3rd update - Now it's time to flip this on its head. My goal is to have (16,000/16,000) next time I post here. Regardless of what happens, I'm just looking forward to the next 10,000 comments, likes, posts, and new relationships I make here. It's all good! - Michael Fidler
1.76 (7539/4290) My commenting habits haven't chanced much, but it felt like I clicked Like a lot less, and this ratio confirms that for me. - Micah
It's that time again. - Micah
Thanks, Laura! (you're a 50-caliber gal!) - Micah
0.64 - Imabug
Thank you, Imabug. - Micah
4.67 (I'm greedy :p) - directeur
0.99 - Steven Perez
About 1:2 comment to likes at this time - RAPatton from iPod
.63 - metalerik
Thanks Imabug, directeur, Steven, RAPatton, Jim, Brent and metalerik! - Micah
0.78 - Pete D
.82 as of right now. edit: on January 8th it was 0.39 -- when I saw that, I decided to make more of an effort to comment. When I hit 10k "likes" I decided I wouldn't "like" anything else until I also had 10k comments. - Bren
And thank you Jimminy, Pete, Bren and Penguin! - Micah
2.47 as of right now. - Jonas, Leper of FF
Micah, are you doing something with these numbers? If so sounds interesting. - NOT THE CRICKET
0.58 - Absentee
Jimminy, I'm copyrighting every single number. It's kind of a honeypot ;) Actually, it was curiosity mostly, but I also hope to build a sampling (small and self-selecting as it may be) for anyone who might want to analyze it. - Micah
Jonas, James and Kurt - thanks you! - Micah
You're welcome. I hope the results do some good. :-) - Absentee
.31. I have almost 4 times as many likes as comments. - edythe
Thank you edythe and Eric! - Micah
195/245 makes 0.8 rounded not including this one which would be 196/245 making 0.8 unrounded, - tom murphy
Thanks, Tom. - Micah
1.98 (588/297) - Bryan Zirkel
1.67 (19,550/11,684) - Mitchell Tsai
Bryan, Mitchell and Jeff P. - thanks, guys! - Micah
1.18 - it's always been close to 1, since day one, for some reason. - Laura Norvig
Wow, Penguin is a prolific liker! - Laura Norvig
2.67 (875/328) - Nathalie
Thank you, Nathalie! - Micah
Thanks, Spidra and Mark! - Micah
0.49 - Jammy Lee
Jammy and Mathew, thank you very much. - Micah
I don't know I just like that picture - Brian Hendrickson
.40 - Ben Hanten
Mine was exactly 2:1 about a week ago. Did a screenshot when I had 2,000 comments and 1,000 likes. - Joe from iPod
SuezanneC, Brian, B E N and Joe - thank you all very much! - Micah
Joe, it's like see the odometer click through a nice round number - it's just inexplicably engaging. :) - Micah
1.40, nearly the square root of two. - Vezquex
Thanks, Raphael and Andy! - Micah
12.23 (844 / 69 ) I guess I take my likes seriously ;) - Chris Myles
Wow I didn't realize I was so out of whack!! 12.23 that's got to be a record (and I don't even import my feeds with the summary as a comment)!! - Chris Myles
Thanks JA, Chris (wow, 12+ is unusual :), Serkan and Nine! - Micah
Micah.. I told you I take my likes seriously; ). You *might* want to ask (in a separate post) what percentage of likes were used to "bookmark" a post or save it for later VS actually "liking it". I NEVER used like for that.. but I did use a private group that if filled with my own topics (and comments).. - Chris Myles
1.78 (8529/4782) - Micah
Likes are down relative to comments, which matches my much lower frequency of liking. I'm a more selective liker than ever. - Micah
I don't think I could argue that any particular kind of ratio is "best", because if Lurkers like to Lurk and cultivate (via Likes) and the Chatty-ites love to chat, to pump out much many more comments than Likes, each can be happy and make for a great social experience. - Micah
383/372 - Ashish
'Just clicking "Like" seems too easy' — Jason, that's because you're from the Chatty-ite tribe :) - Micah
Thanks, ashish. - Micah
wow, what a difference time makes, when i 1st posted on this thread, 6.43%, now = 1.25%, for a 5.18% difference, :o (and this is the earliest post to date i've recovered of my activity on ff) - chaz2b
chaz, I think there's been a big fluctuation for most people (maybe not that much). This is the oldest post on which you commented that you've recovered? - Micah
When I first saw this: 1.91 Sept 28: 1.94 - MiniMage
536 comments in the last month has me at .8736...still creeping toward 1.00 - Bren
Thanks, MiniMage (2x participant!), Bren (3x!) and Shannon (your inaugural visit!) - Micah
Thank you, SustainedEuphoria. - Micah
Thanks, Mark. - Micah
1.45 - Brett Kelly
Thanks, Brett :) - Micah
5.67 all time. Second highest ratio on here. Woot! I love to talk. - Kevin L
Thank you both, Kevin and mridul (the two of you balance it each well :) - Micah
1.80 (10,189 / 5,666) [compared to Likes, my Comments still continue to rise] - Micah
1.02 (10323/10161) - Bren
.5666 currently (30,084/53,093) - Scoble, Alex Scoble
Thanks, Bren. - Micah
Thank you, Alex :) - Micah
that was my third post... It's interesting to see how the number has changed. of course, I manipulated the number to a degree, because I stopped "liking" things for a while... - Bren
Bren, the other thing that can seriously throw off someone's stats is a feed that upon each item it imports adds a comment automatically. - Micah
true. that can seriously inflate comment stats, of course. Then you have someone like RAPatton, who posts a gazillion comments, in part because of his playlist posts where he will list each song in a separate comment. I found, after this post in fact, that I tended to "like" things much more frequently than comment on them, that I was lurking instead of participating. I have changed the way I use ff rather considerably, and I think for the better. - Bren
Thanks, Sarah, Tutivillus. - Micah
1.19 - Joe Bonner
Micah this is like 11 months ago, I see you have almost doubled your rate. lets make a graph for everybody now, :) - ۳۰ مرغ Loves Y'ALLLLL
Quick, someone write a greasemonkey script to inline some google charts! (tap-tap-tap...wut? don't look at me ;) - Micah
Thanks, Joe. And you thank you, Mahmood :) - Micah
Thanks, Glen! Your comments in the ratio have gone up too. - Micah
1.70 (it was 1.41 on Jan 8) - WoH: Professor MOTHRA
WorldofHiglet, thank you :) The comments are strong in this one. - Micah
0.64 (2,589/4,051) - Chieze Okoye
0.58 - Thomas Page
Chieze and Thomas - thank you! - Micah
*bumpage* - Micah
So, Micah, we never did find out what you were doing with this info.... - WoH: Professor MOTHRA
0.27 (5637/20234) - I only see a couple people lower than me. - John (bird whisperer)
4.06 (747/184) - Jan Ole Peek
WoH, World Domination. - Micah
Rene, John and Jan - thank you, all three! :) - Micah
0.97 (6,694/6,929) - NOT THE CRICKET
Thank you J., Jimminy and آقای تلخک :) - Micah
2.23 - Paola Bonomo
0.71 (8,200/11,551) updated - Michael Fidler
0.03 (284 / 10378)! - Daniel Rowley
Thanks Paola, Michael, Artemko, J. and Daniel! - Micah
*thanks Christopher thoroughly* - Micah
14.86 (1442/97) I'm going the wrong way!! - Chris Myles
1.77 (11831/6622) - Micah
0.56 (2059/3703) - Joel Webber
0.89 (1,766/1,986) - chrisofspades
Thanks, Joel and Chris! - Micah
In 4 days it will be 1 year since my first recorded stat here. My comments/like were almost a 1:1 ratio then. Now comments are almost double likes for me. - Micah
jamar78, same trend for you, it looks. :) - Micah
1.00 a year later. {edit -- screwed it up the first time. not telling what I did.} - Jim #teamFFrank
Thanks, Jim! - Micah
.52 this year. - Prairie & I Know It
Thank you, Laura =) - Micah
75,415 comments/1,286 likes = 58.64 - i wish the auto inserted comments didn't get counted... the true number is probably much much close ot my number of likes - Chris Heath
1.09 (11910/10953) - Bren
1.97%. thanks again micah, this has been a great metric to measure my first year here on ff. As the year went (this being the first record of me being here that i've found): , 6.43%:1.25%:1.97% - chaz2b
Chris, Bren, thank you. And chaz2b, thank you too - glad it's a special marker for you. :) - Micah
1.79 (13620/7618) - Micah from iPhone
0.91 - Bruce Lewis
0.13 - Morton Fox
1.69 now (1.70 on Nov 10th and 1.41 on Jan 8, 2009) - - WoH: Professor MOTHRA
0.23 - Mark H
Thanks Bruce, Morton, Higlet, Brent and Mark! - Micah from iPhone
How is this thread doing in the longest-lived-ff-comment-thresds-ever contest? - j1m
5.76 right now - Kevin L
0.53 - Rodfather
j1m, I wonder how many threads over a year old are regularly updated by an asoetment of users. - Micah from iPhone
Kevin, Cecily and Rodfather - thanks! - Micah from iPhone
1.49 (2,222/1488) - DB, Lil LB's Dad
"I must not ask Micah questions" written out a bajillion times.... :) - WoH: Professor MOTHRA
LOL @Higlet - Correct. (but Brent, you can also ask the Mathematics Dept of West Bohemian University in Pilsen, Czech [via ]) - Micah
0.32 (2011/6291) Looks like I need to comment more. =) - Beau Liening
Thank you, Beau. And, by stating you want to comment more you're already helping the cause :) - Micah
2.09329564 (10366:4952) I don't think that I'm the norm here - See-ming Lee 李思明 SML
*bump* - It's that time again, folks. - Micah
1.71 (16,017/9,357) - Micah
0.91 (13,933/15,222) - NOT THE CRICKET
2.66 - Marissa
1.48 (2,469/1,669) - DB, Lil LB's Dad
Thanks, Jimminy, Marissa and Daryl. :) - Micah
1.21 - Jenny
Thanks, Jenny! - Micah
1.10 (4874/4448) - DGentry
2.13(7957/3734) - Melanie Reed
Thank you, Denton, Glen and Melanie! - Micah
63.58 (97,534/1,534) -- interesting that my last three digits are the same there, eh? (note, i already posted a month or two ago when i first saw this thread) - Chris Heath
Thanks, Chris! - Micah
0.87 (3770/4312), so I'm either getting more commenty or less likey. [0.74 (1970/2667) was what I previously reported back in June] - Kristin of Two Everything
Thanks Scott, pea and T. Brent. - Micah
Brent, interesting. Look forward to more commentary. :) - Micah
1433/1161 = 1.23 - cdogzilla | downgraded
1.19 (5132/4316) - Ruchira S. Datta
Thank you, cdogzilla and Ruchira! - Micah
0.94(15045/15978) 0.83, (28.August.2009); 0.97, (11.Nov.2009); 0.91, (17.April.2010); 0.94, (11.May.2010). - NOT THE CRICKET
1.65 (18,070 / 10,970) - Micah
*bump* It's that time again, folks. - Micah
1.05 (1710/1625) - cdogzilla | downgraded
1.66 here. Chattyites 4ever! - Lo
Thanks cdogzilla and Lo! - Micah
Last year my comments were around 7000 and likes around 2500, for a ratio of 2.80. I consciously chose to do more liking over the last year. As of today my comments number 10,782 and likes number 7,666, for a ratio of 1.41. - Stephen Mack
Jason, Stephen - cool. Thanks for keeping updated here. :) - Micah
Thanks, RG - Micah
1.03. Micah you've made over 18000 comments since you first posted this. - chrisofspades
0.76 (3,624/4,766) Egad that's only .1 improvement since 2009-01-08 :-P but at least it's moving in the right direction. - ɐ ɯıʞ sıɹɥɔ
3.25 No wonder I always had to stand in the hall in school for talking ;-) - Shannon - GlassMistress
Still right at 1:1. W00t. - Jim #teamFFrank
1.15 (14662/12739) - Bren
chrisofspades, crazy isn't it. :) - Micah
kima, tortoise wins and all that ;) Thanks, Shannon. Jim, you have maintained balanced in the force you have. Thanks, Bren. - Micah
2.33 :( my new yr's resolution was to "like" more, imma not doing sucha good job, :( - chaz2b
Thanks, Mark, and chaz, you'll get there. :) - Micah
1.61 (20,661 / 12,818) - Micah
*BUMP* - It's that time again. THANKS! - Micah
1.76 (15,652/8,886) - Jenny
Thanks, Jenny and hollyrai! - Micah
Thank you, Glen. - Micah
0.77 - Steven Perez
0.31 (14566/47299) - John (bird whisperer)
John, you're a 'liking' fool! :D - Jenny
Apparently I'm the human version of FALOB - John (bird whisperer)
Ha! (and thanks, John) - Micah
Double ha! - Jenny
Thank you Steven. - Micah
2.28 - Jesse Stay
1.66 (updated) - Eric - Let Me Know
Thanks Scott, Jesse, Eric and holly! - Micah
58,144/3,749=15.509, basically due to multiple feed imports. - Daniel Mietchen
*BUMP* - Micah
1.60 (22,066/13,819) - Micah
:) @Jason. - Micah
0.69 - Absentee
0.76 - Steven Perez
slightly off of my usual this time: 1.01 - Jim #teamFFrank
Thanks James, Steven and Jim "STAY-ON-TAR-GET" Jannotti. :) - Micah
.98(20,405/20,834) - NOT THE CRICKET
1.36 (20684/15224) - Bren from iPhone
Thank you, Jimminy, Greg and Bren! - Micah
1.88 (21954/11691) Chatty Cathy, apparently. - Jenny
11289/9010 = 1.25 (wonder if some comments are from imported feeds) - Mike Chelen
Thanks Jenny and Mike. :) - Micah
Sorry - Micah .... but the math is just too complicated :) - Charlie Anzman
Charlie, I'm make it simple. I'll do the talking, you drive the get-away car—we'll split it even: 80/20. - Micah
Damn, More Homework. - Brent - Yes I am
including this comment (119,119C/1677L) ... 71.03 - Chris Heath
1.21 - Joe Bonner
1.56 (24,076/15,472) - Micah
*BUMP* - it's that time again. Also, I passed 24K comments recently. - Micah
Thanks, Micahel. - Micah
113,457 comments / 166,887 likes = .68 - RAPatton
2.02 (31627/15675) I need to start liking more and shut the hell up. - Jenny
1:1.618, of course. - Josh Haley from iPhone
2.60 - Jack&Cleo
I was waiting for that from you, Mr. Haley. - Lisa L. Seifert from Android
Those are some heavy hitter numbers there, RAPatton. Thanks. :) - Micah
I've been on FF for a long time, Michah, because I am really, really old. - RAPatton
LOL Josh. These aren't the maths you looking for. [lateral hand wave] - Micah
Jenny, do not take your own advice; not advisable. - Micah
Thanks, Jack & Cleo. - Micah
RAPatton, you're not old—you triple-comment-excerpt every bookmarklet post :)) - Micah
Cristo, this post is an ancient relic. Handle with care. - Micah
0.13 - Morton Fox
Okay, Micah. <----I had to resist the urge not to post that because I know it's going to up my comment count. ;) - Jenny
But how many of those primordial, high interest posts are still active. Uh huh. :) - Micah
Thanks, Morton. BTW, when you posted in February, it was exactly 0.13 also. - Micah
Jenny, resistance is futile; embrace the rising tide of comments. - Micah
Comments are more difficult and time consuming than Likes. I'd be happy about a high comment:likes ratio except that many are surely imported from feeds, while every Like is manual. - Mike Chelen
it has changed to 2.2256 now as Sep, 6 2010.Labor Day. :) I added the date for future references. - ۳۰ مرغ Loves Y'ALLLLL
IN HONOUR OF DERRICK'S 100,000th LIKE: - Micah
1.54 (25,102/16,257) - Micah
Thanks, Alex. - Micah
2.29.... 26 HR, 89 RBI - .LAG liked that
.15 on March 21, 2009. Now .19. - Alix May
Thanks, MarkJ, .LAG and Alix! :) - Micah
Thank you, Deepak! - Micah
1.47 (24757/16749) - Bren
I make a lot of comments but no one like me, so I guess the ratio is infinite or undefined. - Sue - Friendfeed is best
1.45 (29653/20444) *BUMP* - Micah
1.22 (31900/26233) - holly #ravingfangirl
.59 (58,923/99,251) - Scoble, Alex Scoble
6.61 (2825/427 )... I'm a wee bit chatty - Shannon - GlassMistress
I had exactly a 2:1 ratio as previously reported [Aug 30, '09], now I am at: 1.7241:1 ratio. 6,067 comments to 3,519 likes. - Joe
0.79 as of 6 Jan 2011. - John E. Bredehoft
my brain hurts - Morgan
Two years later and my ratio has climbed from 3.4 to 4.675. I've got a lot to say, apparently. - Kevin Fox
Funnily, I didn't notice until after leaving that comment that when I reported my stat in 2009 I also followed it up with "I've got stuff to say." I didn't say it was *new* stuff... - Kevin Fox
1.000 (27093/27080) - NOT THE CRICKET
I've had an improvement since the last few times this has come up. I was .49 or close to it, now I'm running a .57 ratio - Bluesun 2600
1.68 (55826/33281) - Jenny
81.1 - rising consistently - Chris Heath
I think this is the oldest thread I see that still gets new comments added. - Sue - Friendfeed is best
*BUMP* - Micah
1.40 (32175/22968) - Micah
I dunno, I'm not good with math - sofarsoShawn
0.35 ... Apparently I'm not very talkative. - John (bird whisperer)
Thanks, John and Shawn. - Micah from FFHound(roid)!
1.459 (33067/22667) - Bren from iPhone
looks familiar... - WoH: Professor MOTHRA
2.6 (wow, this thread is like my yearly checkup; thanks micah and friendfeed, 3+years and going strong [6.4%, 2.33%]) - chaz2b
1.02 (38,615, 37,927) 9/27/11 - NOT THE CRICKET
1.29 (36,959 / 28,580) - Micah
Thanks, Jimminy, Bren, WoH, and chaz2b. :) - Micah
.46 now. :) - Prairie & I Know It
Thank you, LB. - Micah
0.33 (34741/105115) - John (bird whisperer)
Thanks John. Gracias, caj. - Micah
1.57 (24,460/15,624). It was 1.12 the day after the OP. - Tinfoil 2.0
The likes dim and comms brim. - Micah
2.91; 6.43% (@ 2yrs ago) 2.33% (@ 1yr ago). for history's sake, this thread was started shortly after i found friendfeed, or friendfeed found me, so it holds a special place in my heart. thanks for keeping it around mr micah - chaz2b
You're certainly welcome, chaz2b. In some way it feels like a living heirloom to me. :) - Micah
*BUMP* - Micah
1.25 (40,008/31,895) - Micah
1.15 - Kristin
1.41 - Melly
5.12 - Julian
3 (2.991) (and now the list has become too lengthy for me to track my progress, ;) [dumb me, i have a post not 10 lines ago in history, from 090711 2.91; 6.43% (@ 2yrs ago) 2.33% (@ 1yr ago) ;) ] - chaz2b
.79 - Shevonne
24 072 / 35 095 = 0.685909674 - AJ Batac
0,77 (before and after this comment) - loi
2.65 (69,814 comments/26,281 likes) - Spidra Webster
1.51 = 28,196/18,717. Was 1.57 in Sept 2011 and 1.12 in Jan 2009. - Tinfoil 2.0
*BUMP* - Micah
0.174 (6966/40022) - Not much of a talker. - Kevin Johnson
1.23 (41,476 / 33,845) - Micah
1.43 - Tamara J. B.
.15 on March 21, 2009, .19. on September 18, 2010, and .22 today (March 8, 2012). - Alix May
*BUMP* for Ross - Micah
2.83 - Ross Miller
1.97 on 2012-04-24 - ؛ patrick
0.99 (44,752, 45,200) 4/24/11 || 0.83, (?, ?), (28.August.2009); 0.97, (6,694, 6,929), (11.Nov.2009); 0.91, (13,933, 15,222), (17.April.2010); 0.94, (15,045, 15,978), (11.May.2010); .98, (20,405, 20,834), (03.August.2010); 1.00, (27,093, 27,080), (06.January.2011); 1.02, (38,615, 37,927), (27.September.2011); 0.99 (44,752, 45,200), (24.April.2012); - NOT THE CRICKET
1.6 - AJ Batac
1.34 Did you finish all your profiling yet, Micah? - WoH: Professor MOTHRA
1.22 (42,526 / 34,975) - Micah
Glad to see you here, Ross. Thanks for the updates everyone. WoH, the master plan is coming together nicely. - Micah
Excellent *steeples fingers* - WoH: Professor MOTHRA
*staples fingers* - John (bird whisperer)
Hmm, can you order finger-steeples on Amazon? - Micah
*readies the Band-Aids* - WoH: Professor MOTHRA
Micah: I can sell you some, cheap. Just fax your credit card, SIN and maiden name to the usual number. - WoH: Professor MOTHRA
My facsimile machine is in dry dock at the moment, but I'll pigeon over a small scroll with all the requisite datums. - Micah
Done and done. - WoH: Professor MOTHRA
0.31 <-- about the same as usual - John (bird whisperer)
After the last 19+ hours, it's high time to log-in your stats again. - Micah
1.20 (45878 / 38084) - Micah
1.54 (32,913 comments / 21,412 likes) - Tinfoil 2.0
Thanks, Tinfoil. - Micah
Try dividing by zero and find out ( ) - Micah
1.04 (10778 / 10303) - DB, Lil LB's Dad
Thanks, DB. - Micah
Currently 0.3. - John (bird whisperer)
Thanks, John. - Micah
1.01 (47,240, 46,956) 9/13/12 || 0.83, (?, ?), (28.August.2009); 0.97, (6,694, 6,929), (11.Nov.2009); 0.91, (13,933, 15,222), (17.April.2010); 0.94, (15,045, 15,978), (11.May.2010); .98, (20,405, 20,834), (03.August.2010); 1.00, (27,093, 27,080), (06.January.2011); 1.02, (38,615, 37,927), (27.September.2011); 0.99 (44,752, 45,200), (24.April.2012); 1.01, (47,240, 46,956), (14.September.2012); - NOT THE CRICKET
Thanks, Jimminy and Zulema. - Micah
BUMP - in honor of Kevin's 8K comment threshold. - Micah from FFHound(roid)!
.38 - March 15, 2013 - Jennifer Dittrich
0.279 (58096/208087) - John (bird whisperer)
0.172283 (8005/46464) - Kevin Johnson
0.75 (38,250 comments / 50,175 likes) (My entry above from 2 years ago said I had 10,782 comments and 7,666 likes for a ratio of 1.41. I've been busy, and my pattern seems to have changed.) - Stephen Mack
Thanks, Jennifer, John, Kevin and Stephen. :) - Micah from FFHound(roid)!
0.51 (6,883/13,438) - Stephan from iPhone
5.72, though I deleted my first account, like, 3 years ago - Meg VMeg
1.03 (51,436, 50,018) 3/15/13 || 0.83, (?, ?), (28.August.2009); 0.97, (6,694, 6,929), (11.Nov.2009); 0.91, (13,933, 15,222), (17.April.2010); 0.94, (15,045, 15,978), (11.May.2010); .98, (20,405, 20,834), (03.August.2010); 1.00, (27,093, 27,080), (06.January.2011); 1.02, (38,615, 37,927), (27.September.2011); 0.99 (44,752, 45,200), (24.April.2012); 1.01, (47,240, 46,956), (14.September.2012); 1.03 (51,436, 50,018), (15.March.2013); - NOT THE CRICKET
.44. I guess I'm getting lazy. - Prairie & I Know It
2.22. I use YouFeed a lot, and liking takes an inordinate amount of time on the app.... - RudĩϐЯaЯïan
3.10 up from 2.83 a year ago. - Ross Miller
Thanks, Ross. - Micah from FFHound(roid)!
BUMP - Micah from FFHound(roid)!
1.07 - Kristin
1.03 - Bren from iPhone
This thread is amazing. What a treasure trove of information - Bren from iPhone
0.62 (5077/8197) as of 4/29/13 - bentley
2.49 today - Marissa
1.0591 Comments per like (16,230 / 15,324). - Joe
0.47 (10,057/21,354) - Zu from AOD
0.98 (48000/48933) - Bren
1.08 (53,901/50,006) — this is over 6 years old now. - Micah
1.45 - Melly
1.16 - Friar Will
7.04. I'd bet italians must have values way above the average non-italian user. - mentegatto
Thanks, Melly, Friar. Thanks, mentegatto—you're probably right. - Micah
0.63 (12948/20268) as of 2/28/2015. I'm consistent. My previous comment of 4/29/13 has my ratio at 0.62. - bentley
Thanks, bently. - Micah
Compiled a little stat of my comments over the years. Averaged 4,600/year in the last three years. In the year 2010 I made 30,000 comments. - Micah
14,613:11,129 (prior to posting this comment) - COMPLICATED MR. NOODLE
Thanks, cgrymala. - Micah
Currently I'm at 0.223 (68214/306389). - John (bird whisperer)
1.09 (25689/23595) on 03/01/15 - Previously 1.07 (04/29/13) & 1.15 (01/04/12) - Kristin
Currently (2015-0301): 0.658 (74,615:113,471) - Michael W. May
.15 on March 21, 2009, .19. on September 18, 2010, .22 March 8, 2012, and 0.25 today (March 1, 2015). - Alix May
0.36 on March 01, 2015... I've become a lurker! - Brent Schaus
35,56 on March 02, 2015 - Snowdog ★ ★ ★
who would have imagined dita von teese baking cookies? but here she is with her "spiced mice butter cookies" recipe:
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yok, halis muhlis ditacığım fırının önündeki :) şu linki de verelim hatta, hatırı kalmasın: - grizabella
kardes feed olarak, marilyn'den stuffing recipe: - grizabella
cok guzeller yemege kiyamam be..buttercookies rocks - elixir
@elixir facebook'ta bir arkadasimin kucuk kiziyla birliikte yaptigi kurabiyelerin resmini gorup, "kuyrugunu neden yaptinız, noodle mi?" diye sorunca ogrendim ben de tarifin dita'nin oldugunu :) onlarinki biraz daha az cici duruyordu gerci, kiyip yemesi daha kolay gibiydi. - grizabella
gündüz dita von teyze, gece dita von teese. (ahhh vurmayın! birileri yazacaktı nasılsa :P) - grizabella
niye, fare diye mi? - grizabella
ben de benzer hisler icindeyim. belki cok cok sevimli olusa. resimdekiler ciciş mesela. ama kuyrugunu her halukarda yemem. - grizabella
oyy yazik ona be! :) - grizabella
Ah, this is easier to get when compared to cazzocuore ;) (though now I know what that one meant as well) - grizabella
we have a somewhat similar one among turkish friendfeeders, so when mario explained the word, it felt quite familiar :) - grizabella
up! - grizabella
oh hi there. want a mouse cookie? :) - grizabella
:) - Derrick
eskiden resimlere tıklıyınca açılıyormuş. - hia
acilmiyor mu simdi? - grizabella
açılıyor, yeni yüklenen resimler iniyor ya direkt. - hia
ondan kurtulmak icin hokus pokus yapan bi link olacak, bulup atayim sana :) - grizabella
hop hop! - grizabella
aaa hakkaten! fark etmemistim daha once. - grizabella
hop! - grizabella
bunu alanlar sunu da alti kontenjanindan: - grizabella
Culinary Flavors » Dolmàdes Gialatzì -
Culinary Flavors » Dolmàdes Gialatzì
Culinary Flavors » Dolmàdes Gialatzì
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وااای دلمههههه - فاجعه from iPhone
sarma olmamış... serçe parmaği kadar olacak en fazla. - bychemist
لطفا دلمه باشید نه کوفته, رونوشت به وارش :دی - Mahdi
امروز هوس کرده بودم دلمه بپزم خوب شد یادم انداختی لوله ای درست کنم - Noosha
نوش جان :) - Mahdi
Yunan mutfağından seçmeler - Terra Barselonevî from Android
Did you steal this food too? This is OUR food, it's called sarma, Turkish delight. - cek bauer
Dolmaki helendir helen kalacak. Barbar Türkler nerden yemek yapmayı bilir - Terra Barselonevî from Android
And that bread over there, that's ours either. It's called pide, mostly Ramadan pide, American people call it pizza, it's also wrong. - cek bauer
I have never claimed that dolma belong to my country and any other countries. Dolma is a family of stuffed vegetable dishes common in the Middle East and surrounding regions including Balkans, the Caucasus, Russia and Central Asia . You can find dolma in many countries like Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Iran, Iraq, Sweden and Turkey. - Mahdi
Dear Mahdi, I know cylon from Turkish Friendfeed community , she is extremely nationalist. Dont think about her. - Terra Barselonevî from Android
Dear Terra Barselonevî, Thank you for clarification. By the way I love Turkish foods. I have been in Turkey last few months. Turkish people are so kind and humble. - Mahdi
آه نع!!!!!!!!! دلمه !!!!!!!!!!!!! مهدی خیلی نامرتی :| - Dr.RoHo
Dear Mahdi , these foods baklava, dolma, kebap , humus etc. I cant write all of them here. These foods belong to this geographical sphere ( İran, balkans, Turkey , Syria, Lebanon) we share foods and our friendship. I have been also Iran two times and it was fantastic!!! - Terra Barselonevî from Android
Damn true as I have seen all kind of foods that you mentioned above in these countries. I am very happy to communicate with such a nice person like you. - Mahdi
دکتر روحوالان فصل برگ مو باید باشه. زود آستین ها رو بالا بزن یک دلمه درست کن :) - Mahdi
چیکار کنم ؟!! کی الان حال و حوصله ش رو داره :| - Dr.RoHo
من لوله‌ای بلد نیستم، فقط بقچه :دی - وارَش
بادمجان یا فلفل چی؟ بلدی؟ :)) - Mahdi
قرار شد فقط برگ مو باشه :دی این لوله ای رو هم رفتم یاد گرفتم از همین لینک :دی - وارَش
شما کوفته نباش, هر چی میخواهی باش :)) - Mahdi
اووووووف همین روزا می‌رم تو کارش :-) - HomeiraV from FFHound(roid)!
برگ مو از کجا پیدا کردی حمیرا خانم ؟ - Mahdi
من که از ایران آوردم ولی تو بقالی عربی هم دیدم هست :-) - HomeiraV from FFHound(roid)!
خوب پس خیالم راحت شد. فکر کردم که درختش رو کاشتی :)) - Mahdi
از من که حالا نه ولی از این بچه بعید نی - HomeiraV from FFHound(roid)!
اگر کاشتی من رو خبر کن :) - Mahdi
فکر کنم ده سالی هست دلمه نخوردم:( - آلیوشا
من هشت سالی میشه که دلمه نخوردم :| - Mahdi
خودتون بسازید. کاری نداره که - Assal from Android
برگ مو ندارم :| - Mahdi
فروشگاه های ترکیه ای و هند پاکستانی دارن خیلی وقتا - oZee
بله دیدم اما تازه نیست. - Mahdi
The Other Yvonne
I've been totally procrastinating buying plane tickets back east for this summer. Every year it gets more and more complicated for me to visit the family and friends I want to see. Of course, the longer I wait, the more expensive the tickets get, which paralyzes me and only makes things worse. I start cursing the fact that I did this to myself. =(
I hear ya. - Mary Carmen
doing this right now. - edythe
Good job edythe! - The Other Yvonne from FFHound!
RT @garbage: A rise and sparkling explanation mark, Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Calvin & Hobbes' creator has been secretly drawing this comic strip!
Calvin & Hobbes' creator has been secretly drawing this comic strip!
my day has been made. - MoTO Boychick Devil
Jason Toney
Pre-game breakfast with the Brown women. (@ Bottega Louie w/ 5 others)
Pre-game breakfast with the Brown women. (@ Bottega Louie w/ 5 others)
Ginger Makela Riker
Stumped? Invoke the 5-Minute Rule. "Don't try to figure it out all by yourself" @nytimes
Jason Toney
My mother in law is more excited for @LA_Sparks than we are and we have season tickets.
Simply Caroline
Mom-book just got real
Morton Fox
If it were any lower, I'd bump my head on the highway! @ Tyler State Park
If it were any lower, I'd bump my head on the highway! @ Tyler State Park
We can neither confirm nor deny etc. #Panau #JustCause2
Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart
I need to work at a smaller company where responsive design is understood because corporate America doesnt.
We responsive the shit out of stuff. - SAM
Recent one: - SAM
What do you think about Spokane? - SAM
:) - SAM
And WOW is our portfolio out of date... #threadjack - SAM
I need to finish and release my page on responsive basics. I still use it as a ref. when I run into unwanted flows. - NOT THE CRICKET from iPhone
Spokane? What do I look like, some disloyal to Chicago type of person?! C'mon son! ;) - Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart from Android
We have better pizza. :-p - SAM
*gauntlet thrown down* :D - Victor Ganata
Our motto is also: "Near nature, near perfect." Which is nice. *eats glorious pizza on top of a mountain* *codes responsibly* - SAM
Z, I'm not surprised. I had to look through the ENTIRE WordPress Showcase to find four responsive sites for my talk Sunday. - Mary B: #TeamMonique
Scott, are you hiring? How do you feel about remote folks? - Mary B: #TeamMonique
Could move to Adelaide, where they're still blindsided by the amazing invention of electricity >.> - Mo Kargas
Yep. We're hiring a marketing coordinator within the next 30 days and looking for another partner or two in the next 3-6 months. But we're going to go with someone local or willing to move to the area. - SAM
#threadjackdeux I really need to sit down and figure out what functions my wife's business website needs so I can send some work to a FFer's company on the west coast. :) - That's So CAJ!
BUTTONS! Go with buttons! - SAM
Heh, it's more than just buttons. Live streaming with chat, forum that supports photos, online store that can autorespond with appropriate emails containing links, archived videos (viewable online or downloadable)...and...well, I think that's the big chunks. Probably should write this down. EDIT: MUST work with iPads. - That's So CAJ!
And sorry for that awful threadjacking. :( - That's So CAJ!
[hyper-threadjack] - interesting story, Slippy, thanks. - Micah from FFHound(roid)!
Spidra Webster
El Sereno resident organizes ‘Riff Raff Ride Into San Marino’ event -
El Sereno resident organizes ‘Riff Raff Ride Into San Marino’ event
"Linked by Huntington Drive, neighborhoods in San Marino and El Sereno may be a mere six miles apart and about the same age, but the communities have little else in common. Differences in education, income levels and ethnic makeup have created a steep divide in places that were once fairly similar and familiar with each other. A 121-page draft bicycle plan now before the San Marino City Council could either widen the divide or bring the disparate citizenry closer. Much of what happens next depends on two events. “The community in El Sereno, they’re a blue-collar, working-class community,” resident Carlos Morales said. “In San Marino, I would describe them as a white-collar community. The income level drastically changes.” On June 16, San Marino staff may bring a draft bicycle and pedestrian plan by Ryan Snyder and Associates back to the Traffic Advisory Commission for review, Assistant City Manager Lucy Garcia said. Staffers plan to re-introduce the proposal in a piecemeal way to... more... - Spidra Webster from Bookmarklet
Stephen Mack
!#%% # #@@ !@#%@#$@#$ MICROSOFT @#$@#(*&+#&$ OUTLOOK is the worst !@#%&#% piece of %#$$%&!@# !@#%^^&&.
Meeting request sent to me by my boss last night. Doesn't show up in my calendar until 23 minutes after the start of the meeting. - Stephen Mack
Trying to adjust a meeting this afternoon. It's sitting there updating the folder and not letting me open the meeting. Going on 5 minutes now. - Stephen Mack
I can't believe software this bad is so ubiquitously used. - Stephen Mack
Oh good. It's not just me. Outlook is always mis-scheduling, not reminding, or otherwise screwing up. It's even dropped people off the invitation and then I end up looking stupid. - Nine DataAngel Ferdinand
What a bloated miserable piece of jacked up failure. - Stephen Mack
Nine, you have my sympathy. - Stephen Mack
And you have mine. Of all the Microsoft stuff I hate, Outlook is absolutely the top. - Nine DataAngel Ferdinand
Once I couldn't accept a meeting because I was the "Sender" when I wasn't, it was the project manager. She would have to call me to let me know about it beforehand so I'd be there. She couldn't remove me and re-add me either. Outlook is so appallingly bad. - Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart
My favorite is when I cancel a series and then the room resource doesn't get the cancellation and stays booked, and I can't re-cancel it because it's no longer in my calendar. - Stephen Mack
The IT dept just moved everyone to a new system BUT they didn't move the rooms yet. Scheduling meetings in conferences has been FUN! Not that I book meetings, but I've heard about it in every meeting I've been to lately. - Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart
Scott had some choice words for it the past few days. - Mary Carmen from iPhone
Your IT Dept has exchange setup incorrectly then. Correctly configured Exchange server will auto configure Outlook to work appropriately. When they start to "mickey mouse" the system is when it goes wonky. - Me
Outlook annoyance of the day: Reminder to a meeting from yesterday pops up. I click dismiss. CPU consumption rockets to 100% for about 3 minutes, locking up my laptop. Eventually Outlook presents an error message: "Cannot turn off the reminder. You may be reminded again. The operation failed. The messaging interfaces have returned an unknown error. If the problem persists, restart... more... - Stephen Mack
I feel your pain. You know what is worse? The web client. - Mary Carmen
I'm pretty sure that hidden in its code is some sort of dark magic that feeds on the hate, loathing, and frustration of the person who invokes it every day. With each minor annoyance, it gains strength, abiding against the opening of the gates when it will rise to take its place as Lord of the Blood Plains of Eternal Suffering. Or something like that. - Jennifer Dittrich
^ AWESOME - Stephen Mack
Another day, another disaster with Outlook. F'ing POS. - Stephen Mack
Today's Outlook annoyance: Senior engineer asks me if his staff can attend my meeting this afternoon, I agree, he forwards my calendar entry to his team's alias. Outlook makes it look like *I* forwarded the meeting -- his name is nowhere on the e-mail. Exec is on the alias, so gets invited. Exec's admin sends me a snippy note asking me what the hell I'm doing. - Stephen Mack
Boooooo - Georgia
What kind of janky-assed version of Outlook are you using? I've rarely encountered issues with it. Sounds like someone or something needs to be set on fire. - Hookuh Tinypants
I typically don't consider missing a meeting a problem. :) - Stephan from iPhone
Stephen Mack is such a sweetheart that when I saw all the ASCII invective, I was wondering who could have pissed him off that much. I should have known... - Spidra Webster
Thanks, Spidra, but I do get mad at actual people too: - Stephen Mack
It's so adorable when Stephen gets mad. Like good and proper mad. Because he's literally the sweetest human being I have ever met. So you figure when he gets mad, it's REALLY bad. - Hookuh Tinypants
Psh. You're still adorable when you're angry, so yeah. We would. :) - Hookuh Tinypants
What the fuck is wrong with your Outlook/Exchange environment? This is not normal. I admit, there can be issues because I admin the damned thing at my job, but it sounds like yours is borked. - Eric - Let Me Know
Funny, Outlook is the one Microsoft product I find useful. Agree w/Eric must be a borked exchange setup. Ours works pretty darn good. - Laura Norvig
you will have to pry Outlook from my cold, dead hands. - holly #ravingfangirl
We've had Outlook since 1997 and I absolutely love it. The only times I've ever had a problem with it are when our server admin team has jacked up a setting during an upgrade. (at which point the sound of 50K+ shrieking employees gets the problem resolved pretty fast) Unfortunately, when you hire network/server people who either lack a proper foundation of knowledge for managing it or have outright disdain for it, you end up with a borked end result. - Hookuh Tinypants
Yeah, Hookuh, good point -- it's quite possible our configuration is borked, but it's been a disaster for me for the entire time we've used it (about nine years), and my general assessment of the network/admin people here is that they're very good -- plus we've had many different admins and consultants over those nine years, including MS coming in to address performance issues. I have... more... - Stephen Mack
Migrating our company to Office365 today. I'm not a huge Microsoft fan. So this should be interesting. - Kevin (aka ThreadKilla)
Shall we talk about how Outlook renders HTML? :P - Ken Morley
Only if we can talk about how much I despise HTML e-mails. - Hookuh Tinypants
I am so so with you on that. - Stephen Mack from iPhone
We're supposed to get Office365 next year. I wish we would just switch to Google Apps - we can get it for free as we are part of the Google for Nonprofits program. But no, such a drastic change would be unfathomable, I'm sure. - Laura Norvig
I dunno, Google vs. MSFT is kind of toss-up when it comes to corporate-level apps. Google doesn't scale well IMHO. Of course, the counter argument is, well, Microsoft. - Kevin (aka ThreadKilla)
Paul Buchheit
If you uncheck "Accept third-party cookies", Firefox will no longer send any cookies to iframes (even if set outside of an iframe), which breaks the FriendFeed Facebook app. Has Firefox always been like this?
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These "privacy" features end up hurting privacy, because then web sites switch to signed urls and such, which are much worse (they leak out in referrer headers). - Paul Buchheit
Yup, this was exactly my problem. I accidentally unchecked it while messing around with cookies while programming...occupational hazard... - Emmett Shear
This breaks Feedly as well. I've always unchecked third-party cookies because I was under the impression that's where most click-trackers and ad-servers lived. Am I wrong? - Akiva
Yes, for exactly the same reasons. You are not wrong. - Sam Pullara
Isn't this the default policy in IE7, unless you enable p3p for the sites? - Michael Herf
I'm not pretty sure I agree with @paul - there are enough examples of manipulations by 3rd party cookies, from ads tuning and down to other nasty tricks. You may dislike it but it is there to protect us. And it is there for years. - A. T.
It's irritating enough that I have to allow cookies on sites I want to share through the bookmarklet. Luckily, I use CS Lite. - Akiva
Please see this bugzilla entry for a quick overview: - Reading the entire bug is a good idea. This is also a relevant bug if you're interested: - Christopher Blizzard
These sorts of gimmicks are to privacy what a paper mache motorcycle helmet is to safety. They interfere with legitimate functionality while giving a false sense of security. - Paul Buchheit
you should accept authentication using facebook params, and set a cookie if you can. you have the user info right there - no need for a cookie - Ivan Kirigin
For the record, I was part of the IE team when we implemented the IE third party cookie P3P support. It was a feature completely designed by a set of State Attorneys General. They specified everything down to the UI in the IE control panel. It was a disaster. - Joe Beda
Ivan, those facebook params leak through referrer headers, meaning that other people can steal your login. Joe, the P3P thing is kind of dumb, but at least I can set the right headers to make the problem go away. That's an amusing back-story though. - Paul Buchheit
from bug report above "b) the ability to make decisions based on p3p policies was removed for firefox 3, because p3p isn't an effective way to establish trust with a site. it's a one-way system; anyone can say they're the good guy" - A. T.
FFing Enigma
HAHAHA! It's funneh because it's true! - WoH: Professor MOTHRA
*likelikelikelikelike* - Ayşe E.
This is the most awesome thing I have seen in a long, long time. - Michael McKean
I was going to put a bandolier on the bunneh and have it say "VIVA LA REVOLUCION!!" but the bunneh was too small. Seriously, though: that bunneh with the carrot bandolier from the PETA ad? PURE WIN. - FFing Enigma
Bunnehs. Ho! Also, the word bandolier seems underutilized. Oh. right: :D - Micah
NOPE. - Steven Perez
embrace the bunneh, Steven. you know you want to... - holly #ravingfangirl
YOU embrace the bunneh. I don't want rabies. :p - Steven Perez from IM
and the bunneh strikes back... - Joel Robert Perez
NOPE NOPE NOPE. - Steven Perez
Yup - FFing Enigma
SuperDuperMegaUltraAwesome LOVE! - Ordinarybug Heather
I've realized how I could have made this even better, so I might redo in the future. - FFing Enigma
LOL You guys ----> always good for taking the edge off a difficult day Thanks :D - comix aka martha
That bunneh is a pikachu lookalike :) or is it just me?? - Roberto Bonini
I can see it, Roberto... - FFing Enigma
Pika? Pika-pika? Pika----CHHUUUUU! - WoH: Professor MOTHRA
Wait, Steven Perez is PIKACHU?!? I'm so confused! (and prefer Togepi, myself. Togi-Togi!) - Ordinarybug Heather
*bumpity bump bump* - FFing Enigma
Bwahahahaha - John (bird whisperer)
Eek. - Steven Perez
lol - کاوه
o_O - Steven Perez
hahahahahaha - Marissa
makes me laugh every time - Imabug
IT NEVER GOES AWAY. - Steven Perez
BUMP! - AJ Batac
Oh, Lord. I forgot all about this. - Steven Perez
Bump - Mike Nencetti
OH NOEZ! - Steven Perez
Does this still bump? (It still bangs, fo' sho'.) - Prairie & I Know It from Android
OH NOEZ! :) - Steven Perez
Yay! I got to see Tina last week. :) - Prairie & I Know It from Android
Albert Moonstone
Are there any boundaries on friendfeed? Do people just masturbate and tell everyone about it?
Sure there are boundaries, but if I told you about them I'd have to kill you. - NOT THE CRICKET
I'll take my chances. - Albert Moonstone
I do, but most people don't. And it's unusual even for me :P - Lo
I was speaking figuratively. :) - Albert Moonstone
I was speaking literally. - Lo
This guy is still here. - NOT THE CRICKET
Stephen Mack
I want to make guacamole tomorrow. But the avocados I bought are like a rock. Is there anything I can do to make them ripen faster?
Like is it better to put them in the fridge, or outside, or wrapped in a paper towel, or sacrifice a goat? - Stephen Mack
(Posted in the form of an avocado man saying hi because generally speaking I have the maturity of a 12 year old.) - Stephen Mack
Anecdotally, I've put some in a plastic bag with a couple of apples, and that seemed to make the process go a little faster. (Non-refrigerated.) - Jennifer Dittrich
Hahaha! Avocado Man! :D - WoH: Professor MOTHRA
Bananas in a brown paper bag - Johnny from iPhone
You can make almost any fruit ripen faster by exposing it to apples or bananas, which give off ethylene gas. Definitely leave them out of the fridge. Don't put them in the fridge until you're trying to slow down ripening. - Spidra Webster
Many thanks, all! For a perverse second I felt like being scientific about it and trying each suggested method separately for each avocado (along with a control avocado not being futzed with at all) to then establish which method was best, but the problem with that is there's no objective way for me to easily measure the firmness of each avocado, so I quickly realized I'd need a lot more data points to draw proper conclusions. - Stephen Mack
...down to the store to get more avocados, by the sound of it - WoH: Professor MOTHRA
No matter what you decide, I think you should sacrifice a goat. You know what they say: Trust in God, but tie your camel. - Eivind
I thought the saying was: Trust your camel, but tie down your God. - Kristin
I'm sacrificing some chicken and baby back ribs; that'll have to approximate. - Stephen Mack from iPhone
I think babies are considered even larger sacrifices than goats, so that should be fine. I think the sacrificial value is about ten chickens to a goat and two goats to a (male) baby. - Eivind
I have sliced avocados in half & put them in a paper bag for a while to ripen them for guacamole. - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
If you do your avocado experiment, these people would love to have some evidence: But I suspect the goat is key. - Jenica
The word "avocado" comes from the Spanish aguacate which in turn comes from the Nahuatl word āhuacatl [aː'wakat͡ɬ] (testicle, a reference to the shape of the fruit). - Greg GuitarBuster
Greg, that is good to know. - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Jenica, awesome link. - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Thanks all! Much riper this morning. I went with bananas in a plastic bag. - Stephen Mack from iPhone
good to know plastic worked -- I always heard close up in a paper bag to ripen avocadoes, but almost never have paper bags - RudĩϐЯaЯïan
How did it turn out? - Tamara J. B. from FFHound(roid)!
Tam, turned out very well! I was happy. - Stephen Mack
My working theory is that a plastic bag should work better for short term ripening (like 1 day) since there is no airflow, but a bad idea for longer than overnight because of moisture/mold issues; so for non-urgent ripening, brown paper bags are best. The link Jenica put in earlier had an interesting discussion about why brown paper vs. white paper: No bleach. - Stephen Mack
I place them in a paper bag, roll it up, and stick it in a corner. That seems to ripen them up nicely after a day (or two if they were really green and hard). - Steve
No ...only the goat sacrifice works.. ! - Peter Dawson
Amit Patel
Graffiti Labs - Jobs -
Graffiti Labs - Jobs
Graffiti Labs - Jobs
"We're making a browser-based game that lets people build anything they can imagine. It's like virtual Lego, except anyone can contribute a new piece simply by drawing it. The 2D drawings are bounding-boxed into 2.5D objects that can be used to build in 3D space." - Amit Patel from Bookmarklet
Another awesome YC company coincidentally :) - Paul Buchheit
Oooh :) - Amit Patel
Coming soon? *taps foot* - Laura Norvig from iPhone
Holly's favorite Anna
Can you direct me to the worst library website you've seen? Looking for an academic library, but will take other examples. My Google-fu is failing me.
Here's what one person thinks! - Rochelle *boom* Hartman
I love the folks at UW-Oshkosh, so I feel like a traitor, but: - RepoRat
And if you want a nice linkfarm, - RepoRat
This guy doesn't name names, but I wonder if you could figure out who he's talking about? - Rochelle *boom* Hartman
Like Oshkosh, we're doing a re-design soon, but our site is terri-bad: - Jen
Gotta admit, when I encounter a blog that's light-grey type on a dark-grey background, I take the advice on bad websites with a whole bushel of salt. Or would, if I was even willing to punish my eyes all the way through. - Walt Crawford
So one criteria for the worst website is number of links on the home page? we have 18 links, 13 buttons, not counting search tabs and menubar (mouse over drop down menu) - aaron
I think UW-Oshkosh best illustrates my point. Thanks, all! - Holly's favorite Anna
Aaron, we've got you beat by a mile for links. I remember counting 50 links on it a few years ago, and I thinks some have been added since then... I'd never suggest that it's among the worst library websites out there, though. - JffKrlsn
Right. Is not just the number of links. I wouldn't suggest ours is among the worst either. At least the current version. But i think our libguides home might almost rank as that and it's mostly my fault. - aaron
regarding that blog post, apart from gray on black problems, there's this: libraries that don't have a discovery layer are just plain stupid. "If finances are so bad, and there’s no other viable way, they should get rid of a member of library staff and invest instead in improving the services that are actually needed." Because as we all know, Primo and Summon work without any need for staff whatsoever. - barbara fister
...and that member of the library staff certainly isn't responsible for any services that are actually needed. :-/ - Catherine Pellegrino
ours is.... not so good. - Sarah
Might a before/after look help? See: (before) and (after - not completely there yet) Tried to move from link overkill to most important stuff you need and more visual content - steven bell
Public libraries are awesome at having bad websites! - Miriella
Made on a Mac, using Dreamweaver. This one is OK... - Julian
Adam Lasnik
Am I Right or Not time: I was thinking about buying a piece of software for $250. Company's policy (and DRM) restricts it to 2 computers (I have 2 desktops + a laptop which I use regularly).
I wrote customer service twice, and was told, sorry, no exceptions... but you can put it on a USB drive to get around the restriction. So my question, before I include this company in a subsequent rant on my blog: am I being unreasonable in my request and my frustration? Related question: is this type of restriction typical? (two concurrent installs, no exceptions) - Adam Lasnik
Yes, that's normal. For instance, with Microsoft Office, you can install it on a desktop system and a laptop, but you can't use it on both places at the same time. - Scoble, Alex Scoble
The dilemma is -- since this is an information retrieval / organizer type product -- I really want/need it on my home, work, and laptop computers. I apparently can't do this unless I pay for two licenses ($500 instead of $250) or use the lame workaround of a USB key, with which I risk losing my data if I don't back it up all the time. To clarify, I don't want to use the software concurrently, I want it *installed* concurrently (e.g., don't want to have to install/uninstall every day). - Adam Lasnik
And torque, that's an interesting question. I think it's the principle even more than the money. I believe they're restricting it to two installs to prevent piracy, prevent people from sharing the software with a buddy and splitting the cost. I resent the lack of trust, especially after I wrote a nice note to customer service. I'm used to the honor system with software purchases, though admittedly, most of my purchases have been in the <$100 range the last years - Adam Lasnik
I've also seen where you have to go through customer service, and if you pass the smell test, they'll give you another license (on the assumption, I guess, that people pirating the software will just bittorrent stuff and won't bother contacting customer support). - Adam Lasnik
Careful with what you install on your work computer. Software companies frequently have different licensing for applications that are being used "for business." - EricaJoy
I was actually thinking of a different but related issue, Erica, which is why I didn't plan on putting work-related stuff in the program... which also means that (in good faith) I'd be still using it for personal stuff. - Adam Lasnik
I dunno, I've bought single licenses that allow for install on a second machine provided it's primarily used only by moi. So your scenario seems like that to me, just with the extra machine. And since you can't, without some really impressive juggling, use all three licenses at once, I don't fully understand why they want to make you buy two. I don't think they'd really be losing money by letting you do what you want. - Jaemi Kehoe
And in the event that you ever had a FOURTH machine, you might be more likely to buy another license if you were pleased with them. - Jaemi Kehoe
torque, I'm glad you like this conversation! I really do respect and appreciate the tough decisions that companies have to make when they've invested so much time and money into making a product that many might simply grab without paying for. In fact, while I'd typically shout "remove the DRM, dammit!", I then get jolted into reality when I read about how jerks have pirated even an amazing $20 game by an indie developer :\. - Adam Lasnik
If you do the install on a USB key, why do you have to keep the data on it? You weren't going to put the data on the flash drive if you installed the app on three different hard drives, were you? I would think something happening to the flash drive would lose that installation of the program, not the unique data, itself. Seems to me the solution would be to buy a new USB drive and do a new install. - MiniMage
Ah, very good point, MiniMage! Hadn't thought of that (I planned to keep the data files on Dropbox). Still, though, would be kinda a pain to always carry around the USB stick, not to mention be constantly plugging it in and out, no? - Adam Lasnik
Yes, that would be a pain. Do they license server installs? Do you have a server that could serve apps? - MiniMage
How on earth is a server going to help if the laptop is remote??? And I feel you Adam. - Roberto Bonini
If the licensing isn't differentiated, a server install could serve two computers at work, and the standalone at home could be the second install. Now, if two computers are remote, I suppose it won't help much; it'd probably be slow as molasses via VPN. Of course, I'm speculating about stuff I don't really know about; I'm just a desktop tech. I use server apps; I don't get to install/support them. That privilege is reserved for people other organizations have trained. :( - MiniMage
Licenses for similar software are similarly restrictive. The one for OneNote for example can go on 3 computers if you have the Student Edition, right? Lot of software isn't that upfront either; you find out when you activate that you can't take it with you. Honestly, i was happy to see my $250 got me two licenses: that's just 125/install instead of 250/install... TheBrain is well worth it & they've seen there product stolen already so... - Ruud Hein
It's interesting to ponder how the situation might be different if the software in question were a service (web-based or otherwise). Granted, you'd probably be paying per unit time, but there would be no question of "which" machine it was installed on -- probably just a prohibition on running it simultaneously on a single account. I've never understood why more desktop software vendors don't do that; perhaps just that people are used to paying a single fee for installed software? - Joel Webber
Ruud, I think that that model isn't going to survive. Young people today aren't (IMHO) buying office, buying PersonalBrain. They're doing everything online, where there are monthly fees (use anywhere) or no fees (directly or indirectly advertiser sponsored). I'm 37, and in all my geekiness and all my software/service experiences, I can't recall a single instance of a program that has such strictly limited installs. iTunes/Rhapsody songs are... 3 or 5 computers? Even even that DRM seems on the way out. - Adam Lasnik
I just don't think people, especially young people, can even fathom pay-by-install. And Joel, as for pay-per-use-hour, that's an intriguing idea, but IMHO also doomed to failure. For many products, the more use = the more one sees the value = the more evangelism. Pay-by-hour seems like such a relic of the time when computing power / bandwidth was crazy-expensive. In today's multi-tasking world, it'd also be infuriating (how many of us dedicate 100% of our personal CPUs to one web/software app at a time? :P - Adam Lasnik
Agreed: I think the software-sales model is broke - dot. Subscription is the way to go although in the Evernote forum some discuss how *that* keeps them hostage... I think PB should let me do with the install as I wish -- but failing that I do think they have the right ... and that it's worth it. - Ruud Hein
I can get two hamburgers for $2.50, should I steal a third one? Seriously Adam, it doesn't really matter if the model is broken or not, if software licensing has a future or not, those are just the restrictions that they have. It's how they have built their licensing system (and software costs money to make :-), especially software that is not used by gazillions of people). Going from... more... - John Mueller
John, normally I respect your brilliance, but I gotta heartily disagree with your analogies and reasoning here. 1) Hamburgers cost per item. Software does not. It would not cost the company any more if I used it on 3 computers instead of 2. In fact, their revenue would increase by possibly $250 ;). 2) I wasn't advocating a move from $ to ads. As I noted, I'm quite happy to pay for software and have done so frequently. 3) I see absolutely no relationship between size of a company and licensing model. - Adam Lasnik
Actually, hamburgers cost close to nothing per item; It does however cost quite a bit to be able to sell them to you. The thing is, these companies have built their business on being able to sell you a license for a certain number of computers. You might not like that model, but that's the way they are calculating costs, the way they're paying for overhead and the ability to provide the... more... - John Mueller
I used to run a software company so it's something I spent a lot of time on :-). Changing a licensing model is a lot of work and you can't just say $X/2PCs/user is unfair compared to $Y/user or $Z/year. In the end, the overhead (of creating, distributing & supporting the software) has to be paid for just the same -- how it's split up is (simplified) based on marketing. Marketing changes... more... - John Mueller
To clarify, John, while I have to admit to some temptation to bittorrenting in this case, I wasn't seriously planning (and do not plan) to violate the license agreement. Rather, I plan on not further evaluating the software and simply finding an alternative. And despite your arguments, I still think it's a lousy marketing decision, a lousy way to calculate costs. I mean, they could say "People should pay based upon the sum of the letters in their last name" and I'd see that as only slightly less arbitrary. - Adam Lasnik
This sort of thing makes my head hurt. There was a time, until recently, where My husband and I each had a desktop and a laptop. We like to travel, so we needed some software on our laptops. It was frustrating to run into this situation where we'd have the software on one laptop and one desktop. That meant a lot of switching seats in the office and travel sucked because we'd have to trade off laptop tops to finish our projects. This is one of the reasons we're trending more open source and cloud for our biz - Anika
I agree, Adam, in your case it sucks and to be honest, in your situation I'd think twice about it too. I don't think there is ever a perfect licensing model. When we sold software for $2000/user, we'd get people who say they're only working part-time and couldn't we give them a discount, etc. Sure, if you're working 30% it seems really unfair to pay the same as someone who's working... more... - John Mueller
I just noticed sharing files through dropbox is not working any more. I used to share free version files through dropbox, but recently found that all the links to pages drag-and-dropped into the app won't save the URL as it used to. And it won't even let you copy-paste the link into the Notes – whatever you posted disappears in a matter of seconds if you're adding it on one computer (at work) and forgot to close it leaving home. Their licensing really sucks. - earlyadopter
Hi guys!!! ^_^
Greetings! - Jim #teamFFrank
hello, Jim the great... (^_^) - Abhishek
hola to Mike and John - Abhishek
And to Anika and Derrick too. :D - Abhishek
Hey! - Anne Bouey
Hi Anne! - Abhishek
Merhaba! - Terra Barselonevî
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Jenny H.
Tanabata – Festival of Star Crossed Lovers | Japan | Japan Travel | Nihon Sun -
Tanabata – Festival of Star Crossed Lovers | Japan | Japan Travel | Nihon Sun
Tanabata – Festival of Star Crossed Lovers | Japan | Japan Travel | Nihon Sun
"Separated by the milky way, two star crossed lovers are only able to meet once a year on the seventh day of the seventh month based on the lunisolar calendar. The legend of Hikoboshi (the star known as Alter) and Orihime (the star known as Vega) has roots in China but has been associated with Japan’s Tanabata festival since the sixth century." - Jenny H. from Bookmarklet
"Orihime, the daughter of Emperor Tentei, was a skilled weaver and made lovely clothes for her father. On day as she sat alongside the the river of heaven ( amanogawa – the milky way) she was overcome with sadness as she had been so busy with her weaving that she hadn’t had time to fall in love. Tentei, believed to be the ruler of the heavens, witness her woeful state and arranged a... more... - Jenny H.
"The Tanabata festival (also know as the star festival) celebrates the reuniting of these lovers separated by the milky way and the word tanabata can be translated as “weaving with the loom (bata) placed on the shelf (tana)”. During the Tanabata festival sprigs of bamboo, sometimes small and sometimes the size of a tree, are hung with tanzuku, papers upon people write their wishes. Traditionally people wish for improved technical skills and abilities in homage to the legend of Hikoboshi and Orihime." - Jenny H.
Did you ever see the photos I took of our Tanabata Festival here? That was a fun time. Do they have a festival where you live? - Anika
I didn't, Anika, but I saw there was a page for it on FB when I was researching. I don't think we have a large enough Asian population for this festival, but I would love to attend one day. Do you have a link to your photos? - Jenny H.
Every year takes photos of this festival -- I like 2010 best: - Bruce Lewis
Great; thanks for the link, Bruce! - Jenny H.
Nice article. I like the "technical skills" angle: "During the Tanabata festival sprigs of bamboo, sometimes small and sometimes the size of a tree, are hung with tanzuku, papers upon people write their wishes. Traditionally people wish for improved technical skills and abilities in homage to the legend of Hikoboshi and Orihime." - Bruce Lewis
So, it's a year later and I came across this post and realized you asked for pics of the Tanabata festival here. It seems I either missed it or the comment was deleted, so here are my pictures from the festival in Little Tokyo: - Anika
Juvenile, but it made me chuckle: Take the title of the last song you heard and add "in my ass".
Never Be The Same Again In My Ass - Melly
Kiss From a Rose...In My Ass. Wow. - Bill Mason
Paradise...In My Ass. :( - Hookuh Tinypants
Whoomp There It Is... In My Ass - Johnny from iPhone
Paradise by the Dashboard Light... in my ass. Most Meatloaf songs work quite well for this - Neal Krummell
Losing my Religion in My Ass - Steve C, Team Marina
Ballroom Blitz in My Ass - Jed from iPhone
Jump in My Ass - Steve C, Team Marina
Crayon in my ass. - Anika from Android
Merry Go Round in my ass. (ow) - ellbeecee
Don't Dream It's Over In My Ass - Big Joe Silence
Son of a Gun... in my asss. - Jason
She Thinks My Tractor's my ass. - ωαřмaiden ❤Bassetmom❤
Rhinestone Cowboy in My Ass - Steve C, Team Marina
Women (Make You Feel Alright) In My Ass - Big Joe Silence
When I'm Good And Ready in my ass. - Eithne Herd
mannnn so close. right before I listened to Nirvana - Son of a gun... I had just listened to Nirvana - Breed! lol - Jason
I Feel You In My Ass (Depeche Mode) - Big Joe Silence
Smells Like Teen Spirit in My Ass (courtesy Jason's ref) - Steve C, Team Marina
Trampled Under Foot In My Ass - Big Joe Silence
Endless Love In My Ass - Kristin
Rock Steady In My Ass. - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise In My Ass - Big Joe Silence
(I listened to this one just now to post this)... I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For In My Ass - Johnny
I Am The Walrus In My Ass - Big Joe Silence
You've Got to Hide Your Love Away In My Ass - Big Joe Silence
I've Just Seen a Face In My Ass - Big Joe Silence
(yah, i'm skipping through these in my playlist. so sue me.) - Big Joe Silence
Norwegian Wood In My Ass - Big Joe Silence
Stop and Stare... In My Ass - Heather
I Want to Hold You Hand in My Ass. - Steve C, Team Marina
Sexy Back in My Ass - Jed from iPhone
I'd do anything for Love (but I won't do that in my ass) - Brian Johns
Armageddonit In My Ass - Big Joe Silence
Hand in Your Head In My Ass - Stephen Mack
Turn Me On In My Ass (Norah Jones). - Stephan from iPhone
Desparado In My Ass (Eagles) - Janet
OMG, these are hilarious. - Melly
100% In My Ass - Melly
Even Flow in My Ass - Steve C, Team Marina
Ticket To Ride In My Ass - Johnny from iPhone
Man in the Moon in My Ass - Steve C, Team Marina
No Scrubs In My Ass...... - Johnny from iPhone
Ain't No Sunshine in My Ass - Steve C, Team Marina
Fat Bottomed Girls In My Ass - Melly
How Am I Suppose To Live Without You In my Ass - Johnny from iPhone
Froggy Went A Courtin In My Ass - Steve C, Team Marina
I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For in My Ass - Steve C, Team Marina
I've Got You Under My Skin In My Ass - Melly
That's What's Up in my ass... - Lisa L. Seifert
Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face Again In My Ass - Melly
The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face In My Ass - Melly
Heh - Deep and Wide in my ass... - WebGoddess
the wall, in my ass - chaz2b
Reptilectric in my ass? O_o - Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart from Android
Final Fantasy XII theme in my ass... - Kevin Johnson
Serenade for 13 Wind In My Ass - Micah from Android
The Storm King in my ass. - Alix May
I'll Take Care Of You in my ass (Etta James) - Michael W. May
Fashion Show... In my ass. Lol. :) - edythe from iPhone
Slow my ass. >_> - Jenny H. from Android
I'll Melt With my ass - DJ Stevie Steve
I got a my ass. - DJ Stevie Steve
I really want to play this game with hymns. I might be going to hell... :D - Lisa L. Seifert from Android
Heathen! - Melly
Takes one to know one! *pbbbbt* - Lisa L. Seifert from Android
Straight Lines ... In my ass .... - Penny
Crash In My Ass - Heather
Zebra ... In My Ass - Penny
Long train running... In my ass (Doobie Brothers) - Ivan Crema
hey hey were the monkeys, in my ass - chaz2b
Danger Zone, In My Ass - Joe "The Anvil" Pierce
Slow my ass - DJ Stevie Steve
You ruined (or made more awesome) my commute... all morning I kept adding "in my ass" to every song that came on... lol. - Jason
Psycho Killer In My Ass - Pete
Mogwai fear Satan in my ass - Pete
Rock the casbah in my ass - Pete
To know him is to love him in my ass - Pete
Sabotage in my ass - Pete
Play With Me In My Ass - Melly
*faints* - Big Joe Silence
when i saw the feed i thought "meeeh, this is terribly silly" but i admit i laughed out loud at quite a number of the examples above! :) - grizabella
Pumped Up Kicks in My Ass - Jed from iPhone
Stuck Like Glue in My Ass - Joe "The Anvil" Pierce
Advance Australia Fair In My Ass - Johnny
Something So Strong In My Ass - Big Joe Silence
Breaking Up In My Ass - Franc, a rememberer
The only thing I really found myself thinking about during this morning's root canal was: how did they cram all this stuff in my mouth? o_O
No. Comment. - Hookuh Tinypants
It's been a really long time since I've seen a dentist and thank the stars for the advances in technology that made the trip pretty effortless. I hope that after my face returns to normal, that any residual pain is fleeting. - Derrick
I recently narrowly escaped a root canal and got away with a filling instead (problem tooth since I was a kid). I too was impressed by the relative quickness and low-level discomfort of the process, despite the fact that lots of things seemed to be coming and going throughout. Wishing you a speedy recovery! Also, ibuprofen. - t-ra supports #LOLSpidra
I have found myself repeating loving-kindness phrases during root canal. keeps the mind busy. - Stephan!e•CogSc!L!brar!an
It's a little tender now that the novocaine's worn off, but certainly much better than the pain I can't believe I've been in for the past month. And yes, I did find myself meditating while I was under the drill. - Derrick
I'm proud of you, Derrick! Great job getting this done. - Stephen Mack
Most common dental procedures (fillings, crowns, root canals) are relatively painless these days -- more annoying than anything else. Ask for steroids (prednisone) to reduce swelling, or at the very least stock up on ibuprofen. - Tudor Bosman
It'll definitely be sore/tender for a day or so (jaw, too, obviously from staying open so long!) but you'll be much happier by comparison. <3 - Lola Bean (Penguin) from iPhone
Thanks, y'all. Tis a little tender but nothing that some ibuprofen won't take care of. Even though he gave me some Vicodin. - Derrick
Aw, I just saw this. I'm glad they gave you the good drugs in case you need them. Take care! - Katy S
I think of all the dental procedure's I've had, and there have been several, this was the most painless and easy going. Glad to have such a great dentist. - Derrick
Heal well, Derrick. :) - edythe from iPhone
Wow. - Derrick
Wouldn't be the first time. - Derrick
And what do I know, I just had a root canal. I should probably stay offline. - Derrick
Michael W. May
<3 <3 <3 - Jennifer Dittrich
Congrats :) - Rodfather
Thanks, all :D - Michael W. May
I don't have facebook. So what's the current status? :) - imabonehead
^^ I have the same question. - John (bird whisperer)
Congrats! - Katy S
Pixie asked, I said yes. I asked, she said yes. Rings are now worn on right hand of each *smile* - Michael W. May
Congrats, guys! :) - Eivind
photo forthcoming^ - Michael W. May
Congrats! <3 - John (bird whisperer)
congrats!! - imabonehead
Yay! *happy dance* :)))) - WoH: Professor MOTHRA <-- phone quality under other phone's flashlight pics. :D - Alix May
Congratulations, MWM & Alix! - Jenny H.
Congratulations! - Spidra Webster
Congratulations. I'm so happy for you two. Love you guys. - Tamara J. B. from FFHound(roid)!
Congratulations!! - Adrian
Congratulations! - Mary Carmen
Wow! - Anne Bouey
This made my heart smile <3 - Penny from iPhone
Wooooooooooooooooooo! - Pete
Congratulations Michael and Alix! Great news, very happy you two! - Stephan from iPhone
Congratulations! - MoTO Boychick Devil
Very cool! Congrats to you both! - Shannon - GlassMistress
Wooohoooo! - Kirsten
*griN* thanks all - Michael W. May
so happy together............ - VALZONE#NEWHIP
Congratulations! :-) - Maitani
Congratulations you two!!! - Greg GuitarBuster
SO happy for you both! <3 <3 - Half Pint
Congratulations, Alix and mwm!!! - edythe from iPhone
:)) - edythe from iPhone
Someone tell Richard Blanco to call me. #hellonurse
Not sold on his delivery. All poetry should be read by James Earl Jones or Maya Angelou. - Steve C, Team Marina
Okay. - Derrick
Or David Alan Grier as Maya Angelou - Jason from iPhone
I took a nap during. Awake now. - LoisMarketing
Wifey wasn't feeling it but I liked it. - DB, Lil LB's Dad
I liked it. - John (bird whisperer)
I liked it. - bentley
I did too. Need to find the text of it. - Derrick
\o/ Thanks, John. - Derrick
I liked it, thought it was cool working in really recent things - Steve C, Team Marina
He is a cool guy, too. Got his mfa just before me at Fiu. - edythe from iPhone
Oh wow, edythe. - Derrick
I just Googled him and thought for a second he was the youngest brother from Malcolm in the Middle. Dewey. - Rodfather
I missed the inauguration, but I did like the transcript of the poem. - Victor Ganata
I liked it. And I haven't seen many poets that can actually *read* a poem. Also, let me second Jason's suggestion. - MoTO Boychick Devil
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