What People Are Saying

“Drunk Southern Belle with an acid tongue.” —Mark Blankenship

“Everyone’s favorite gravedigger.” —Regan Hofmann

“My new favorite blog… Prepare to lose hours of your life.” —Anna Margaret Hollyman

“C’est délicieusement vintage.” —moekultim

“Just enough edge but showing a wide range of interests, reasonably open-minded, and not quite as exploitative as the self-advertising would first lead you to believe.” —Don Malcolm

“Odd. Interesting but odd.” —mstaft

“All butch appreciations of butch, camp appreciations of butch, butch appreciations of camp, and camp appreciations of camp.” —LD

“For real, most offensive website name EVER! Jesus Christ died for our sins, and to mock that is blasphemy! Unbelievable this day in age how little care and respect we show our LORD AND SAVIOR who was beaten and hung on a cross so that we may enjoy eternal life! My God please forgive us!” —k tangeman

5 thoughts on “What People Are Saying

  1. moekultim says:

    Nice 😉 Enfin un blog qui nous absous de tous nos péchés ! LOve it

  2. k tangeman says:

    For real, most offensive website name EVER! Jesus Christ died for our sins, and to mock that is blasphemy! Unbelievable this day in age how little care and respect we show our LORD AND SAVIOR who was beaten and hung on a cross so that we may enjoy eternal life! My God please forgive us!

  3. jane says:

    I love this blog. Its smart, sassy and full of interesting trivia. Glad I stumbled across it.

  4. Karen Folques says:

    I came across this blog while I was searching for articles about the Wayne Lonergan case. I had been looking through some old clippings I inherited from my parents and came across the obituary for Lonergan. My father worked for decades with Wayne’s brother William…Bill…he and his wife Vera (she was a Real Estate agent, helped my brother and sister-in-law find a house once). Anyway, point is…my dad knew all about the intricacies of the murder and my mother mentioned it to me when I was in my mid-teens…she did not, however, go into detail and I really hadn’t any idea re: the gay parts until several years later when I kind of put two and two together. Your blog was very interesting to come across. In Toronto, Wayne lived with a well-known actress, Barbara Hamilton…who ‘just loved him’. What a weird tale. Love this blog.

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