Friday, July 21, 2006

Time for a Break

I've decided to take the weekend off. I need to do some more thinking about this blog's role in this situation. That, and reading the nastiness across the way is making me alternately laugh at the craziness and sick to my stomach.

So I'm going to see how I feel on Monday. In the meantime, I guess I should look into one of these "lives" some commenters have suggested I get. Do you suppose I can pick one of those up at Walmart?

52 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh, no!

This is the only outlet for the sane!

3:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Have a great weekend and (in case this is gone by the time I get back) thanks for providing this space.

4:00 PM  
Anonymous Grace Adler said...

We'll miss you, rat. It's getting very scary over there. If KB really checked herself in, would she have left the blog wide open to comments? I doubt it seriously. Either she's a number of those people posting or she got a bunch of galpals to help her out.

4:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i'm sure you can pick up a life on aisle 13 of your local Walmart. Pick it wisely.

i agree with grace adler ... I can't imagine that KB left it "open" for several reasons -- one being ... some hacker destroying it.

I still thinks she's going on or galpals -- its the same ugly tone -- just where she left it off.

4:12 PM  
Anonymous Anne said...

Rat -

Have a good weekend. And, while you're enjoying it, noodle this question, if you would: what right do you (or anyone else) have to demand "proof" from these women? KO certaily does, but he's been silent as the grave. What's your stake in this? They aren't *suing* Olbermann for anything, so why should they feel compelled to meet the legal standard for proof beyond a reasonable doubt -- and for people they've never met, who seem very unwilling to listen with an open mind?

Ultimately, my gut tells me that KO has some real issues with the way he treats women -- during a recent interview, he mentioned his friendship with comedian Richard Lewis, and the extent to which they can commiserate with each other about their "woman problems." Take a look at the reviews of Lewis' "memoir" -- one thing people can agree on is that his treatment of women is frequently cruel, and that this is a pattern with him. Does this suggest nothing to you?

Moreover, why hasn't KO said ANYTHING to deny this? He's not a man known for letting things go, particularly if he or someone else is unfairly accused (I always liked that about him). Also, where are the legions of former girlfriends, stepping forward to talk about what a great guy he was, and how well he treated them? They are conspicuous in their absence.

The women at Karma's blog seem considerably more stable than Karma herself, who (IMHO) is completely batshit (but not neccesarily lying).

Understand, my intent here isn't to denigrate you in any way -- you seem like a smart, funny woman (with a pretty damned good writing ability, as well) -- I just don't understand the point of this blog. But then, perhaps you don't, either. Hope you figure it out. I'll be interested to hear your thoughts upon your return, assuming that you choose to do so.

Have a good weekend -- and if you're going to get a life, for God's sake, don't buy it at Wal-Mart. Don't you want something of higher quality than that? ;)

5:20 PM  
Anonymous Caroline said...

Raton: Have a good weekend. See if you can put some life on layaway for the rest of us too!

Re: proof

When a friend says that their one year old daughter can play Mozart, Bach, and Mahler on the piano AND violin, you ask for proof, right. "Nuh-uh! No way! Prove it!"

When, out of the blue, an identity (I don't even want refer to her/him/them as a person now, but I guess I'll stick with "her") makes claims, deletes, teases, selectively posts comments, and generally doesn't come across as a reliable person, you ask questions. When Karma is asked for proof, there is not a thing wrong with it. I think how Karma responds to these questions is very telling. (Anyone remember the post about how Karma was threatening to release more details if posters kept bothering her????)

As for this blog, I don't think it's fueling anything and here's why.

Karma started that blog. Curious people began asking questions that were never posted. I have no issue about comment moderation, but I have issues with censoring. If she summarized questions in a post of her own, that would have been okay. The blog was written in such a style as to provoke strong questions and debate.

When someone dangles the word "proof" people are going to want to see it, yet they were cut out of the blog in total. The way she selectively chose comments made her blog tilt decidedly towards anti-Olbermann.

So here comes Raton's blog. Finally, questions can be asked! I think there's been more rational thinking here than there ever was/would be on Karma's blog.

In the beginning, I suppose things were a little rough with various sides attacking each other. When Raton came back, she said that she was disappointed in that and it seemed to tone WAY down.

Has this blog encouraged the Karma war to stay armed? I don't see it. I don't think thorough vetting of information is appreciated over there, so I doubt that they really care about this blog.

As many have said, if she was "checking herself in," why did she leave the blog open? Good question, I think. Seems that step one in any "recovery" is to get rid of that which causes pain. If the blog of her making continually forces her to "relive" what happened, then get rid of it.

As for the people who continue to post there, I've never seen such a mass -- assuming it's not the same individual(s) -- of hatred spewing people. That they accept the stories without any proof amazes me.

I've totally veered off the question asked. Simply put, I see no connection between this blog and the prolonging of Karma.

6:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes, that place is getting unbelievably tacky. Like rotten little boys playing without supervision...

8:38 PM  
Anonymous Caroline said...

One problem I have with Karma's style of blog (and the fact that she allows and encourages certain types of behaviour) is this: Let's take her story at face value. So Olbermann enjoyed her raunchy pictures, invited her for a tryst in NY, had performance issues, and ceased all contact with her.

Okay, not the relationship of dreams eternal.

But....

Is it not equally wrong to announce to the public all his failings, issues, and quirks?

Again, let's assume everything she says is correct. Let's even give Karma the benefit of the doubt in her unorthodox ways of pursuing KO. What we are left with is this: an attempt at forming a relationship did not cement. It happens all the time. You meet, you go out, you don't get together again.

I have a strong feeling that she knew that it wasn't going to be a relationship other than a one-time tryst. Maybe she thought so highly of herself that she believed Olbermann would just be overcome with lust and love upon meeting her. When it didn't happen, she became enraged. "How dare he!" she rages. But instead of going home, licking her wounds, and moving on, she has to have the final word. "If I can't get any response from him personally, I'll take my story public. Chances are, he won't acknowledge anything I say, which will only serve to give legs to the story. I know there are enough anti-Olbermann people that will pick up and bring it more attention."

Pretty sick game, if it's true.

If it's not true, I'm sure anyone can imagine the wheels clicking in Karma's brain, and the plots that will emerge.

One thing I've noticed repeatedly is the sentiment that women are "afraid" to come out with their stories.

Afraid of what?

Unless my sources are correct, Olbermann does not put hits on people.

Afraid of being challenged? That's going to happen, I guarantee it. But if the story has facts on its side, it should be able to withstand any question put to it.

Afraid of having to keep your story straight? Truth is a wonderful outline. Take your story from the truth and there will be few discrepancies to deal with.

9:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Again, Caroline puts it eloquently and completely.

What so many of the people more than eager to believe KB and bash Olbermann seem to have forgotten is this simple fact: the burden of proof is NOT on Olbermann, or on those who disbelieve these assertions, to prove that they are wrong. The burden of proof is on those who MAKE the assertions, to PROVE them.

I can say that fairies dance on my lawn every night, and the proof I show you of this is a ring of mushrooms in the place where I say the fairies must have danced. But that doesn't mean I have produced proof that the fairies exist and that now the burden of proof is on you to disprove their existence. You have every right to tell me that a ring of mushrooms on my lawn has nothing to do with fairies; that it's just the way some mushrooms happen to grow. And if I show you what I claim is real video footage of fairies dancing on my lawn using infrared film, you have every reason to mistrust me and think I'm faking it somehow--dressing up friends in costumes, doing CGI animation--unless I can somehow prove they are real and that I didn't just make them up because I have a vested interest in getting people to believe fairies dance on my lawn (maybe I think I can charge admission, or just get a lot of publicity out of it).

Somewhere along the line, people have forgotten the difference between concrete empirical evidence and believing something just because "it sounds like it could be true" or "it might be plausible" or "I can relate to the person saying it, so she seems believable to me." If this is the state things have come to, it's little wonder that there are people who think intelligent design is a form of science and thus should be taught in our schools.

KB is running the ultimate faith-based blog. The only way to believe her claims is to have faith in their truth because she never provides proof or evidence. Yet some people believe her because apparently she is telling people what they want to believe.

Is she telling me what I want to believe? No. But I have a far, far better reason for disbelieving her than just not wanting to believe her, and it's called, quite simply, "lack of evidence."

Lack of evidence is on the side of what I believe. Therefore, it is far more logical than the faith-based preachings of KB. And far more humane, too.

Most of all, it is on the side of believing better of people, rather than worse. And unlike what is happening now on KB's blog, it does not serve the cause of mindless hate. That alone is enough to recommend it.

9:59 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Caroline,
I am also a bit perplexed by her actions on the blog. What is she looking to get out of it? Has she? Will she?
I'm very confused about what her motivations are, and at what point she'll declare victory and go home. Not until everybody says they believe her, evidence or no?

10:01 PM  
Anonymous Anon 12:01 said...

Also, if this does pan out in the end, I will NOT regret the things I have posted here and on that blog, because they were never hateful or degrading, unlike what's going on there now in regard to KO.
I asked for proof, I expressed skepticism, and I called her on her inconsistencies.
And as for how I, a KO fan, would be able to handle the "horror" of KO's moral downfall, let's see it happen first. We'll see if I have to check into a clinic to cope with the loss or not!

10:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have to admit that I'm reading the KB blog for the sheer entertainment of it. You gotta admit that when grown people have to resort to riduculing someones underwear, that the whole blog reads like American Pie. For cryin' out loud, if everyone had to buy new drawers for every date, Fruit of the Loom stock would be through the roof and single people would get married just to save on lingerie bills.

The KB blog reads like an internet version of Lord of the Flies. It has simply degenerated into chaos with some people egging others on. The purious nature of some of the questions, especially those that wonder about 'inappropriate body hair', show a complete lack of maturity on the part of the posters. I'll read it for the fun. It's tacky, sleazy, and completely fictional but at least it's not slash fiction.

The parody sites are almost not as funny as the original. If I have to read one more cliched 'we support you and believe you' post, I think I'll vomit. That's romance novel bad writing.

And Rat, I'd head to JC Penney for the life. The ones at Walmart are all imported and break after 2 days.

12:03 AM  
Blogger Stef said...

Anne said: "...what right do you (or anyone else) have to demand "proof" from these women?"

As others have said before me, anyone can make up a story - especially on the internet. I think most people find it a tad implausible that there's a legion of women Olbermann has tossed aside like used kleenex, all lining up to post on some obscure blog. Though I believe we are owed some manner of proof from KB herself because she kept promising it to us. She's played coy with her proof from the beginning. And no, the Grove email is not proof of her liaison. Assuming it is authentic it is only proof that she corresponded with the man.

As for KO not addressing this issue, why should he? The reality is that outside of a relative handful of internet junkies and media insiders, this isn't public knowledge. If this ever hits a mainstream media outlet, I'm sure he will address it. But for now this tempest isn't even big enough to fill a teacup, much less a teapot. Which is why I find it suspect that so many of his castoffs should show up at KB's blog.


2:03 said: "It's tacky, sleazy, and completely fictional but at least it's not slash fiction."

Like it or no, at least slash fiction is written out of affection. Misguided affection to be sure, but affection nonetheless. What has happened at KB isn't just tacky and sleazy, it's disgusting and downright mean. It stopped being amusing and started being painful days ago.

7:21 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous 12:01 asked what KB is looking to get out of the blog. I am not sure I know myself, but here is my guess: she is hoping and praying that her version of things "breaks" somehow to the legitimate mainstream media and that thus Olbermann and his people will be forced into addressing the situation--some way or another, even if it's a denial. I believe she feels a denial from him would be some sort of "legitimizing" of her story, strangely enough. As long as the story is not addressed by the MSM, it has no credibility outside her and her coterie--but if he feels forced into a public denial, she will have won a victory of sorts. As for him, he will be left with a public reputation as a womanizer who abuses his fans. I think she would like to see him be left with that reputation and probably will not rest until he is.

I'm not sure what her motivations are because I am not positive of who she is, but I do believe this: If she is female and believes that either she has personally been "wronged" by him (either because he rejected her as a potential romantic partner, or didn't want her to do a fan club for him, or because she believes some rumor she's heard that he's a womanizing cad), she is motivated by the desire to destroy his reputation so that other women will no longer like him or be his fans. She doesn't feel he deserves female fans, so she wants to poison the well for all who come after.

If she is actually male, he is no doubt motivated by the same forces that drive OlbermannWatch. The dislike of hearing someone on the air who is not conservative and criticizes conservatives, the Bush Administration and Fox News in an intelligent and clever way...and the desire to take him out and make him a non-factor on television. Several previous attempts have been made to muddy his reputation. The campaign to get him to respond in like kind to nastygrams in his e-mail almost worked, but it didn't have quite the effect they had hoped for and KO remained on the air. They soon realized they'd have to use heavier ammunition...and a sex scandal seemed like the perfect thing. Given that they didn't really have any dirt to deal about a wife, ex-wife or juicy stories about a past or current girlfriend, they had to make something up...and so they did.

There's also a small possibility that the Scientologists are after him because he's criticized TomKat one too many times for their liking. They've been known to go after and smear people who pooh-pooh them in public.

Anyway, Anon 12:01 also wisely said "if this does pan out in the end, I will NOT regret the things I have posted here and on that blog, because they were never hateful or degrading, unlike what's going on there now in regard to KO. I asked for proof, I expressed skepticism, and I called her on her inconsistencies. And as for how I, a KO fan, would be able to handle the 'horror' of KO's moral downfall, let's see it happen first. We'll see if I have to check into a clinic to cope with the loss or not!"

Well said. It is better to be on the side of skepticism and doubt when someone is saying terrible things about another person than to be on the side that automatically hears and believes. Especially when you see so little that would give you reason to give the person anything but the benefit of the doubt! I mean, despite what some people would have you believe, what I see when I tune in to Countdown is not a roiling volcano ready to explode. I see a man who's done a lot of hard work to pull himself together and who, while he is as imperfect as are we all, is a lot farther along as a person than I think he was, say, ten years ago.

As for Anonymous 12:05, I do not understand what "entertainment" you can possibly find in the garbage being hurled at KO--unless you have forgotten that this is a real person they are talking about, and not some mythical character. What if it were being said about you?

2:03 AM said "I think most people find it a tad implausible that there's a legion of women Olbermann has tossed aside like used kleenex, all lining up to post on some obscure blog. Though I believe we are owed some manner of proof from KB herself because she kept promising it to us. She's played coy with her proof from the beginning. And no, the Grove email is not proof of her liaison. Assuming it is authentic it is only proof that she corresponded with the man."

Exactly.

And as for slash fiction, well, it's not my cup of tea either, but at least it's written out of admiration rather than hate. Personally I don't get off on some teenage girl or bored housewife's fantasies about KO getting it on with Anderson Cooper, but at least no one involved--including the authors themselves--even begins to pretend there is any truth to them. I object to them on principle because they're about real people rather than fictional characters, and I don't think slash should be written about real people because real people, no matter how famous, are not fictional, and I think it's important to remember that. But given the choice between slash and the kind of vitriol and hate spewing forth from the KB "fan club," I would take the slash. And that's saying something.

9:09 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Seriously, if you think your blog has contributed to anything that's going on Karma's blog- you've got problems. Delusions of grandeur, maybe?


She doesn't even read your blog, LOL!

9:11 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well, well. I see maturity has returned...not.

10:23 AM  
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11:05 AM  
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11:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's true...we all have that right.

And how we choose to exercise it says a great deal about us.

I would invite everyone who exercises that right to look at how he or she exercises it.

What does it say about you? Are you proud of what you say? Would you be proud to show it to your own mother?

Food for thought.

11:13 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I would invite everyone who exercises that right to look at how he or she exercises it.

What does it say about you? Are you proud of what you say? Would you be proud to show it to your own mother?

Food for thought.


Yeah, because KO would never do anything he wouldn't be proud to show his mother like mention Ann Coulter's anatomy in an email or tell them to go fuck their mother.

12:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Yeah, because KO would never do anything he wouldn't be proud to show his mother like mention Ann Coulter's anatomy in an email or tell them to go fuck their mother."

I believe to this day that the "Ann Coulter's anatomy" e-mail was a fake. Lloyd Grove never mentioned it and you know damn well that if it had been for real he would have been on it like white on rice. The fact that he published it not even in part speaks worlds as to its lack of authenticity. I'm positive it was a pure creation of the imaginative minds of Olbermann Watch, who remain utterly frustrated that no "legitimate" media would touch it.

As for the other one, Grove never even implied what the word was that he deleted. It could have said "Go kiss your mother," for all we know.

1:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

In the words of Simon Cowell: patetic.

1:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

And, I might add...nothing, absolutely nothing said in Olbermann's alleged e-mails, whether real OR fake, even BEGINS to hold a candle to the vile, disgusting, repulsive, shameful garbage being made up and repeated about him on KB's blog. It left THAT arena a long time ago and passed directly to filthy, obscene and beyond the pale in a way that his enemies can only wish his own e-mail did.

1:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Patetic"?

Yeah, that's about the size of it. Can't even spell.

1:35 PM  
Anonymous KO's soft wiener said...

and pathetic too.

LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

1:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Go kiss your mother? OK, I need whatever drugs it is you're on

1:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh wow! Someone just discovered that if he holds down the "1" key and the shift at the same time on his keyboard, he can make a LOT of exclamation points! Gee golly!

And he learned dirty ways to refer to male anatomy too!

Give that little boy a gold star!

1:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

And yeah, the KB Fan Club needs some drugs all right. Preferably something that will knock them out for a whole and put them to sleep.

1:38 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

As in "a whole week"...

1:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

KB is back. Now she says she regrets ever publishing the Rita's e-mail.

Go to her blog. She would be wise to shut down her blog & work on her recovery.

4:49 PM  
Anonymous Caroline said...

She was "diagnosed," she said. "Diagnosed" in quotes. Can we say "bogus"?

4:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i think she needs an "out" someway -- who knows!

she doesn't want to say "severe" ...

but any shrink would had said -- first thing .... shut down that blog! i'm not kidding. which kind of makes you wonder if she exist at all or if she does -- she really seeked treatment.

plus the longer she continues this blog -- somebody is going to get "outed" --- her or whatever group has done this. too much catfighting ....

meow. meow.

5:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes, Caroline, we can say "bogus." We can also say "fraud," "liar," "sham," etc.

Oh, and did you catch that one who claims to be contradicting her by saying she and KO have been in a relationship for a number of years? "She" too offers no proof...simply expects to be believed. And the bizarre part is, some of the OlbermannWatch idiots DO believe her! What a maroon.

5:25 PM  
Anonymous Caroline said...

It's amazing what people believe! If I'd known it was that easy to fool people maybe I'd have sold a few sea front properties in Kansas!

There's a thesaurus full of words to describe Karma, but somehow I don't see the word "mild" being one of them.

5:49 PM  
Blogger Hawaii said...

I am actually glad to see Karma back. At least when she was running the blog over there no one was discussing his mother or maligning his underwear. Say what you want about Karma, but she said very little that was nasty or irrelevant to the relationship about him at first, and even when pushed was rather reserved. Most women blogging about a breakup are far worse. What I find interesting is that most of the commenters over there who are tearing him apart don't claimed to have slept with him. I guess they think they are expressing empathy by being so nasty. :S.

I think it would be healthiest for Karma to shut her blog down which is why I never comment there. But I still think what she said originally was true (email exchanges, sexy photos, one night stand, rude cutoff). Everything else posted by commenters I am suspect of.

6:36 PM  
Anonymous Caroline said...

"Talk Amongst Yourselves

All opinions are welcome.

posted by KarmaBites1 at 5:21 PM on Jul 22 2006"

And then she goes and starts deleting comments.

"Just got home after 60 hours away from home. Feels good to be back well-rested and thinking clearly. I was "diagnosed" with mild depression (it felt more like severe depression, but what do I know) and will continue getting treatment for it by seeing a therapist once a week."

So she goes in for therapy and the first thing she does when she gets home is go to her blog? I'd ask for my money back from the treatment center.

9:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

She's back to deleting comments? That's interesting. I wonder why she feels this need to control the opinion shown in the comments? It's impossible for people to tell how skewed the published viewpoints might be compared to the whole.

11:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

oh my ..... she doesn't quit.

now she's posting a pix of him from the conference he's attending! he has a bill o mask on.

LOL.

Ya think .... the shrink or shrinks told her to give up on the Net!

which makes you wonder if she exists at all!

if she does exist -- her boss will be very pleased by her "progess" -- no doubt.

if she gets fired -- it will be KO fault .......... of course.

i've given up reading the indiviual posts -- i just read the headlines now!

8:31 AM  
Anonymous lola said...

If he was THAT bad in bed, then she wouldnt be this obsessed

9:39 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hawaii, I think you are being far too gullible. Don't listen to anyone who wants to sell you oceanfront property in Kansas, OK? (Let that serve as a warning to you, Caroline, LOL!)

As for KB, she's not healed in the least. Then again, how can someone whose whole "hurt" persona was made up be "healed"? Naah, you can be assured the attacks will go on and on and on. Only now I'm starting to get a new suspect as to who is responsible. Fox News.

Hey, if they'll hack into his email, what else won't they do?

10:08 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You would have never known she stopped in for therapy.

She is obsessed with KO.

But the cat claws are still out -- so if you make any remarks about her continuing her blog. A big claw will attack you!

4:33 AM  
Anonymous nicole said...

therapy my ass!

5:03 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

make sure you see KB's new art!

10:34 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i think she wants $$$.

10:39 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's always better to view a fan site as existing for and catering to the fans, not the celebrity. The celebrities never care. They don't have to.
Fan clubs are by fans for fans.

12:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

2:55 was in response to this, from the Much Relief blog:

---

"Desperately and unfairly favorable to me.".

Uh-oh. Sound like even KO's huge ego thinks his fans are too worshipful. While that should be a huge wake-up call that he doesn't really like the excessive fawning, I'm sure some of them will just view it as additional validation for their continued fanaticism.

---

12:56 PM  
Anonymous redtoots said...

2:56 PM said,

Quote
"Desperately and unfairly favorable to me.".

Uh-oh. Sound like even KO's huge ego thinks his fans are too worshipful. While that should be a huge wake-up call that he doesn't really like the excessive fawning, I'm sure some of them will just view it as additional validation for their continued fanaticism.
Endquote

He was joking. He does that. A lot.

2:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"He was joking. He does that. A lot."

really, did he tell you that himself? Now you're starting to sound like all those other people on KB's blog who talk about him like they've actually met him.

3:53 PM  
Blogger WhoIsKarmaBites1 said...

http://whoiskarmabites1.blogspot.
com/

4:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Whoiskarmabites1,
How are we supposed to know any more than you do?

5:20 PM  
Anonymous Karmagrowls2 said...

Is Brian Unger subbing for Keith all week? He said Keith is "vacationing".

5:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

We have no proof KO made that comment about "his fans." That's just psychological warfare aimed at demoralizing his fans by trying to make them think he doesn't like what they do in his name. Nonsense. He never said that. All he said is that some blogs, whatever they may be, are complimentary enough to make him blush. That's hardly any kind of statement on his part that he doesn't like fan blogs. Baloney.

5:44 PM  

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