With the success of last week's QOTD, I decided that I would probably make a point of dropping one of those on Facebook, email and yaddayaddayadda about every time I can think of one. Today's comes in the wake of Tiger Woods' epic bitch move in apologizing in the face of not having actually broken any laws. [Phlip note - more on that in a later post]
The question presented was
"in the wake of all this tiger talk... would you rather your significant other cheat on you or just leave?"
Of course, as with anything, when I am soliciting the opinions of others on these things, I asked people to be as specific as possible when answering. As usual, I emailed the question to some people who might not have access to my Facebook as well to get a full and well-rounded group of answers. Diversity, if you will.
My first respondent this time was the homie Tony Grands via email, with: "I'd rather she leave. I'm selfish, & don't generally play well with others. E…
I think I have created a monster… I personally invited those who are reading from FB some came at suggestion of those who did. I can see that people are reading but never
know who is actually reading until I get a comment or an
email. Yes, I have gotten a few emails from people who want to come at me
about something they have read. We spoke previously of
the advertising opportunity that I blew, if not there's a link located on the left.
This one was new and more promising though. If you will notice on
the right, I have a PayPal “donate” link. Funds from that
would be properly used for establishing and maintaining a private website and
publishing a novel I have written. Tied to that link is a PayPal account, which
most adults who know would infer to be attached to a valid email address.One day I get an email. “Phlip.
I hope this message finds you in good health. I have sent the $1200 you
need to self-publish your novel. In response, I want to solicit your very