Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Sherlock Replies to Spam

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I received several anonymous comments on my previous post (and on other posts in the past) that were clearly unrelated and existed only to promote different websites. Since he is not on a case at the moment, Sherlock offered to reply as he attempts to stave off boredom.

Hey there! Do you use Twitter? I'd like to follow you if that would be ok.
I'm definitely enjoying your blog and look forward to new posts.

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No, I do not use twitter. As John already stated on his blog, any twitter accounts claiming to be mine are fake.
Observation has revealed that those who suggest they appreciates someone's work before showing they are only looking for personal gain are insulting. I suggest you do not try this again.
-SH

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You started out brilliantly! If only you talked about the actual suggestions in the post! However, you gave it a valiant attempt and I applaud you.
-SH

I think that everything said made a bunch of sense. But,
what about this? what if you typed a catchier title?
I ain't suggesting your information isn't solid., but suppose you
added something to maybe grab folk's attention? I mean "We're Back,
Precious!" is kinda vanilla. You ought to look at Yahoo's front page and note how they create post headlines to grab viewers interested. You might add a video or a picture or two to get people interested about what you've got to say. Just my opinion, it would bring your posts a little livelier.

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This post was written by Gollum, so when you say that everything made "a bunch of sense", I assume you are joking.
It should be "I am not", not "I ain't". "But what about this?" with no comma. Do not use a comma immediately following a period in such a sentence. "Kind of". "Grab viewers' interest". "It would make your posts a little livelier".
Why do I even bother?
-SH

(old music meme post)
Right here is the perfect blog for anybody who wishes to understand this topic.
You know so much its almost hard to argue with you (not that I really would want
to…HaHa). You definitely put a new spin on a subject which has been written about for a long time.
Excellent stuff, just excellent!

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Oh yes, because a post about the blogger's questionable taste in music is a topic we all wish to understand. If you were to say it is almost hard to argue with Arda, almost would be the key word. At time she will be stubborn about the most trivial things, but will crumble on important topics with the right pressure. All of which are observations I am sure an ordinary commenter could learn from simply reading her blog.
Or perhaps not.
Also, it was a completely unoriginal post with a style she copied from another blog.
-SH

I seldom leave a response, but I looked at a few of the comments here "Chatting + Middle-Earth Favorites".
I actually do have a few questions for you if it's allright. Could it be just me or does it look like some of these responses look as if they are left by brain dead folks? :-P And, if you are writing at additional online sites, I'd like to
follow you. Could you list of the complete urls of all your public
pages like your twitter feed, Facebook page or linkedin profile?

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If you were speaking of "brain dead folks" commenting on John's blog, I might be inclined to agree with you. I believe that Arda would be slightly more appreciative if you commented on her content, rather than insulting the individuals she associates with.
She also said I am not allowed to call you the brain dead folk on her blog.
Again, not on twitter.
Please use spell check.
-SH

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It's on a completely different subject but it has pretty much the same layout and design. Outstanding choice of colors!

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Amazing! What a conincidence! Especially considering the layout is completely ordinary and very little is changed from the default on this blogging platform.
-SH

Nice blog here! Also your site a lot up fast! What host are you the use of?
Cann I get your affiliate link in your host?
I wish my web site loaded up as quickly as yours lol

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I can only imagine that English is not your first language.
You have greatly intrigued me about these "loanbs" you offer. Please, tell me more!
Also, I ask you to refrain from using the acronym "lol". Arda does not need any encouragement.
-SH

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Words fail me.
-SH

I also saw a few comments that included links to private detectives. If any of you are in need of a consulting detective, you can visit my website, The Science of Deduction, or contact me through The blog of Dr. John H. Watson. Don't be boring.
-Sherlock Holmes

Sunday, May 11, 2014

Mini Reviews

I bring you the first edition of "Arda watches things long after they are released and decides to talk about them after many people stopped being interested in them."



Broadchurch
Broadchurch is an 8-episode British drama about a close-knit community that suffers the tragedy of the murder of an 11-year-old boy and how it affects the family, friends, media, police, and community as a whole. It stars David Tennant as DI Alec Hardy (so it might be a bit obvious why I watched this in the first place) and Olivia Coleman as DS Ellie Miller, both of whom are fantastic. The show is really intriguing and sad, and really gets into how devastated the boy's parents are. Every episode kept me captivated with the emotion and the mystery - eventually, I wasn't sure if I wanted them to solve it or not. It's rated TV-14 and has some heavy issues, so if you're interested but want to know about the content, let me know. Definitely recommend.



Mean Girls
The 10th anniversary of Mean Girls was April 30 so I watched it to learn the context of the many lines I heard. It was pretty good, and I enjoyed the coming of age theme. I guess I didn't find it as funny as most people, but I tend to take things seriously and get second-hand embarrassment, so although I like comedies, very few actually make me laugh. But nice to get the references now at least.



The Clone Wars season 6
Watching new TCW episodes reminded me how much I loved this show and I'm sad that there will be no new episodes to look forward to after this. In many of these Palpatine has been looking really sinister and I kind of wish I could forget the movies for a while and be able to speculate about what the heck is going on. While these haven't been my favorite episodes of the series (there are a few in seasons 1, 2, and 3 that are pretty hard to top for me), and they've been kind of sad, I've enjoyed them. The Clovis arc had some interesting interactions between Anakin and Padme, and one scene with Anakin and Obi-Wan that I really liked. I just have the final three episodes left, and I cannot wait to see any bit of Qui-Gon that might be in them.



Frozen
After months of people telling me I have to watch it, I got a chance to see Frozen and really liked it! I had already heard a couple of the songs (Love is an Open Door and Let it Go, which are probably my favorites) and loved the others. Frozen Heart was a surprise but it was so cool. Besides the songs, I really like how they portrayed Elsa, and Anna and Kristoph were great too. Now I must learn all the songs!

From these things that I have watched and the parts that I liked, I can conclude that I like sad things.

In the category of possibly sad things, the Once Upon a Time season finale is tonight. I am not prepared for this.

What have you all been watching lately?