11/13/2006

Don’t Call it a Comeback

Filed under: — Kate @ 10:33 am EST

Well… I do seem to be failing at this comeback of mine. I promise to try a little harder. Really. Starting with the answers to the questions I solicited from you guys a while back… I’ll try to get to at least one a day. And if you have any new questions, now is the time to ask!

14 Responses to “Don’t Call it a Comeback”

  1. Stan Says:

    Focus on my questions, they’re cooler.

  2. Stan Says:

    Here’s a new one I just thought of right after hitting submit. If a zombie bites a human, that human turns into a zombie when they die, even if the bite isn’t what killed them (head injuries aside). So if a zombie bites a vampire, would the vampire never turn into a zombie since they technically never die or would they turn right away since they’re already dead or undead as it’s called. If they got infected, would it be like a vampire with leprocy?

    You know what? Screw this. That’s a dang good question and I’m saving it for my own bloggers.

  3. Heather Says:

    I’m going to be in NY from the 16th-20th! (well staying in NJ, really, but in the vicinity!) If you wanna hang out, let me know!
    :>

  4. Kate Says:

    Stan, great question. I’m looking forward to reading the answers on your blog.

  5. Kate Says:

    Heather, I’d love to hang. I’ll get in touch and let you know.

  6. DaveT Says:

    riddle me this…. why am i so weird?

  7. Kate Says:

    riddle me this…. why am i so weird?

    DaveT, there are just some questions that don’t have answers…

  8. DaveT Says:

    don’t worry i been slackin on the blog too…

  9. Anonymous Says:

    tell me about it.

  10. Stan Says:

    Unwanted maybe, but certainly not Anonymous.

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  12. Lushy Says:

    It’s like your spammer knows I read your blog…

  13. amber Says:

    I love it that the spammer breaks up her email address so that spambots don’t recognize it.

  14. Kate Says:

    Well, normally I’d delete that spam, but I’ll leave it up so that your comments are in context.