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July 15, 2004

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Chris

Thanks for noticing and mentioning our blogs at Stonyfield Farm. We are having great fun posting them, and the cows like them, too. We're also glad to know you're eating our yogurt and noticing our lids!

Stop by and visit any time.

Julian

I am considering sttniarg a blog, but with a busy work and family life, I am concerned how much time it would take up. How often should you blog? Is it something which takes a lot of time and commitment to get right?

Elena

Mr. Schweitzer,I respect your ptoosiin, and I even agree with it to a point. Let me further point out that I respect your expertise and the fact that you have written three security books. I feel that this has taken a turn for the worst, and I feel that was partially my fault for referencing it in that CW post. I am sorry that it has happened.As far as the post, I felt that it was appropriate since I was talking about semantics, and I even made a point to make sure you knew that I was not bringing up our issue again. I was prompted by a totally different post and issue.In that light, I ask that you NEVER presume to tell me what I can and cannot post on my blog or state as an opinion. You may not like what I post, and you can post your comments about it. But when you start telling me that I need to grow up and show restraint when you can't even understand that the context of the article was not about you, then it is you that needs to grow up and stop thinking the whole world revolves around you.Michael

Ussha

68%. I think it should pbrlaboy be higher than that, as I contribute content to 4 blogs, but I've been a bit better behaved lately, and so haven't been reading as many blogs as I used to. Mind you, it's summer and Lisa's Kitchen keeps me busy.

Teddy

Blog Issue Want to remind you guys I've been to that track 5 times in the last 2 years or less. A lot of the other guys on that track go 5 times every month. But I plan on going there at least twice a month in the ftruue. And for all you ignorant fucks calling me slow..etc. You don't know how fast I'm going. You don't know my lean angle. You don't know when my rear is sliding out or not ..in short you don't know anything. I was there with a friend who races and is fast. By the third session I was pacing him. At the end of the day he complimented me and said that I improved a lot in one day and that I was really cooking . So .I think I'll take his word over yours. Another thing .back when I use to put up go-kart vids .same thing people insulting my line and talking about apexes. Meanwhile ..I was entering races and coming in first. So yeah ..unless you've been on that track .then keep your advice to yourself. Two things happening with me being scared of the straight: Target fixation is a process by which the brain is focused so intently on an observed object that awareness of other obstacles or hazards can diminish. Also, in an avoidance scenario, the observer can become so fixated on the target that they will forget to take the necessary action to avoid it, thus colliding with the object. This is a common issue for motorcyclists and mountain bikers. A motorcycle or bicycle will tend to go where the rider is looking; if the rider is overly focused on an obstacle

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