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Nice…Very Nice!!! Keep up the work on your awesome site!

Permalink Permalink Comment Posted: Oct 01, 2005 @ 8:13 PM
Comment from: Jace

What made you hate Christianity so much?

Permalink Permalink Comment Posted: Nov 17, 2005 @ 11:27 AM
Comment from: case

i find you a fascinating person. if you feel like talking sometime send me a message. it’s good to see bill murray on your favorite comedian list.

Permalink Permalink Comment Posted: Nov 18, 2005 @ 7:01 AM
Comment from: Human Being

how about raging against Earth, oxygen, mountains, the oceans (man, they are so full of it), vital organs, blinking, the moon, sidewalks, and earthworms. c’mon, expand your focus. and also, remane your site www.yawn.com. ahhh, the days when someone’s diary was in a book in a drawer, rather than in cyberspace…although, you’re music taste is commendable.

Permalink Permalink Comment Posted: Nov 26, 2005 @ 4:51 PM
Comment from: John Martin

Thank you, your directed agression and narcissism are inspiring. You honesty about your thoughts makes me feel a little less isolated. Your animation is disturbing,and unbalanced; nice job.

Permalink Permalink Comment Posted: Dec 28, 2005 @ 11:54 AM
Comment from: Jasper Morgan

Loved your pan of ‘What the Bleep’ so I looked through the rest o’ yer crap.

Man, we’ve got a lot in common! Fanatical Athiesm, The Onion, Bertrand Russell, almost all of your film choices, a seeming lefty-ism and so on.

If your ever up in Vancouver, seriously look me up. There’s not as many thinkers around as I’d like…

Jasper

ps: I like the sound of “Sense And Goodness Without God: A Defense of Metaphysical Naturalism” and so, will read it.

…just finishing Cobra II - a good book, if yer so inclined.

Permalink Permalink Comment Posted: Aug 18, 2006 @ 2:53 PM
Comment from: olsye

To Kill a Mockingbird - Rarely can you find someone who has read this novel and not enjoyed it. In fact, a 1991 survey by the Book of the Month Club ranked it second among books “most often cited as making a difference” (in the lives of readers). Guess what book was first? That’s right, the Bible.

Permalink Permalink Comment Posted: Jun 12, 2009 @ 1:37 AM
Comment from: Rose  

You’re not the same Josh Morgan who attended University High School in Orlando are you? That guy was just slightly on the verge of crazy but likeable. The similarities are uncanny!

Permalink Permalink Comment Posted: Jun 18, 2009 @ 1:03 PM
Comment from: josh  

Rose said:

You’re not the same Josh Morgan who attended University High School in Orlando are you? That guy was just slightly on the verge of crazy but likeable. The similarities are uncanny!

Hi Rose,

A Josh Morgan who is “slightly on the verge of crazy but likeable” you say? Yup, that sounds about right, but nope, I went to Buena High School in Ventura, CA and I’m pretty sure I’ve never been to Florida (though it’s possible that I really have been but I had such a good time that I can’t remember ever going), so it must be a different Josh Morgan.

Back in the heyday of Friendster, I started “Joshster” where I only befriended people named “Josh” and during that little experiment, I met about a dozen other guys named “Josh Morgan” and a couple of them were totally my doppelgängers, in namesake, appearance AND personality. Pretty creepy, uncanny and cool.

Thanks for checking out my blog!

Josh

Permalink Permalink Comment Posted: Jun 18, 2009 @ 1:40 PM
Comment from: chick

i was going to skip on reading this but hey your south park guy reeled me in. yes to southpark.. jk i don’t even watch south park. it actually annoys me. but hey i actually read your own post about josh. i have to admit, it was pretty entertaining.. especially when i’m dying from boredum at work.

Permalink Permalink Comment Posted: Aug 05, 2010 @ 4:06 PM
Comment from: Steven Huffman

You are a very talented individual. I’m extremely impressed by your work. I was looking for hair styles and found you…. We’re bud’s now….Well 1/2 of us! Good luck to you!

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Comment from: Guy Zelmar

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Permalink Permalink Comment Posted: Jul 24, 2011 @ 1:21 PM
Oh, so many many ways for me to show you
how your dogma has abandoned you