Apr 21, 2011 inohio commented on Too Early?.
Well, I'm glad I'm not the only one who thought, "wtf?" The dog wandering into the frame and looking backwards at her made me have to stop watching. And take a shower.
Feb 25, 2011 inohio commented on A Fag Hag Demands Payback.
That's a keeper, Dan; THANKS!!
Jan 21, 2011 inohio commented on Keith Olbermann Quits MSNBC.
What 8 said.
Jan 20, 2011 inohio commented on SL Letter of the Day: She Who Will Not Be Ignored.
I have to confess: I stopped reading at, "I won't be IGNORED, Dan."
Jan 8, 2011 inohio commented on Giffords Discusses Threats on MSNBC Last March.
Everytime I hear someone on the news say, "Tuscon, Arizona," I think of your bit on This American Life's, "Return to the Scene of the Crime," Dan. Makes me sad for you.
Nov 25, 2010 inohio commented on O They Will Know We Are Christians....
Quite certainly the letter writer and the troll are self-loathing gays.
Nov 24, 2010 inohio commented on Air Trans & Buttsore Christians.
I firmly believe that being hated by the sort of folks who read such a site (and certainly those who commented) is a profound affirmation of both your character and the validity of your position. I'd be terrified if they liked me, I can tell ya.

Happy Thanksgiving!!
Nov 24, 2010 inohio commented on Savage Love.
@ 72: I soooo wanna hang out with you! ;)
Nov 23, 2010 inohio commented on A Midwesterner's Snow Shoveling DOs and DON'Ts For Clueless Seattleites.
@ 51-- In Dayton, those who clear street-parking spaces often put lawn chairs in the space while they're gone to keep others from parking there. I had heard of this before I moved here, but hadn't actually *seen* it.
Oct 25, 2010 inohio commented on No One Could Have Predicted.
@3: Do you really not see what thinking people dislike so thoroughly about today's GOP? Right there in your comment? Instead of talking about actual ideas and issues, you immediately turn into the equivalent of a second grader on a playground--using both, "neener, neener, neener," and parroting other people's words rather than relying on independent thought. I'm sad for you.