Scott Hardie | September 11, 2001
I just happened to look through the last few entries. Except for "Good and Bad?" entries, which work on their own karma scale, most of the actual entries that I've written lately have gotten negative karma. There's the review of "The Tailor of Panama," the link about NKOTB mania, and the Vicente Fox essay that I wrote for class. Those of you who left the negative karma, would you please explain why? You have a right to leave it; I just want to know your reasons.

Anna Gregoline | September 12, 2001
Scott - I'm having the same thing happen on my website. Could this be an error? Or is some mean/crabby person doing it?

Scott Hardie | September 13, 2001
I'm the person leaving the negative karma on the "lightning strikes and the nicest thing anybody's said to me" entry in your weblog, but I don't know who's leaving negative karma for any other entries. It could be mean or crabby person, but I don't think too many people surf both our weblogs. Then again not too many people surf mine anyway. :-)


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