This is the best freshly pressed post I’ve read. Your post brightened my day and made me laugh.
– Beverly – Reader comment board
Thank you for daring to say what so many of us are thinking . . .
-Katalin H Korossy, via email
Kristen, enough of this . . . write a book on it, get on talk shows and especially, “O’Reilly. You can make a mint and then you can go back to Starbucks….”
– Jeeanzcool – reader comment board
This college student read, laughed, and followed.
-Shreya reader – comment board
I laughed. I cried. Thank you for sharing your touching story.
-Aria Cole Asher – reader comment board
This is so freaking funny. Had to close my office door midway, so people would not see me laughing like crazy. Very good!
-Etol Bagam – reader comment board
I loved your Washington Post op-ed … and I’m picking it up to run it in Newsday tomorrow. Thanks!
-Alleen Barber, Deputy Editorial Page Editor, Newsday
Your article not only made me laugh, but it probably saved my hair – and my sanity.
-Cherilyn Cepriano, Reston, VA
I always wait with great anticipation for your closing line. I am always so tempted to quickly scroll to the end, but I know I will enjoy it even more by taking in all the nuances along the way – you know, I need to relax and “just enjoy it.” You are ever hilarious!
-Traci Buxton – reader comment board
. . . thanks for differentiating between the writers strike and the AMPTP’s refusal to negotiate. . . coming from you, and in the pages of a respected paper like The Washington Post, it seems to carry more credibility.
-Bill Fordes, Co-Executive Producer, LAW&ORDER
I read your article and I have only one question to ask you: Don’t you have cable? Or are you another one of those idiotic dumbasses living in a time warp and still watching T.V. with an antenna?
-Shirley D. Jackson, Portland,Oregon
…my backstabbing cousin Jennifer – that made me giggle audibly! Well done.
– Anita Neuman – reader comment board
Outrageous! If this fruit is available anywhere near Marin County, I will pick it up with pleasure. What a crime to let it go to waste!
-Dora Cousley, Marin County
. . . maybe Ms. Hansen Brakeman is the problem and not the multitude of contractors.
– Patrick Buckley, Mission Viejo