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I haven't been on your site for about 2 1/2 years and I think the essays, stories, etc. are all excellent. Please reply because I want to get your dad's email from you, ok?
You're a good writer, Colin.
Posted by rmferm There are 1 replies thus far >>
(June 25, 2005 - 4:45 PM)
Posted by shawdawgg There are 1 replies thus far >>
(June 20, 2005 - 9:39 AM)
How Come No One Has Put Mr. Ferm In His Place?
I somehow stumbled upon this site and marveled as I read through the numerous bashings Monsieur Ferm has entertained in. I wonder, though, how come none of those which have emailed the dear sir have stood their ground. I also wonder...how come this beloved critic has come to enjoy putting so harshly down those who take the time to write him.
I began to speculate and here is what I have come up with.
1.) Perhaps this dear fellow was abused as a child, feeling too insecure about his own self that he subconsciously decided that he must, for the rest of his life, put on airs of his self-assurance and abuse others through his right of language.
2.) Even though his parents were quite kind and loving to him, poor Colin was the blacksheep, and decided to wreak havoc upon "The Little People" and anyone who dared question his logic. Of course, how could "Lord Ferm" be wrong? He is the pinnacle of the human race, and we are all but peasants for his Lordship to squash without thought.
3.) Mr. Ferm may not be human. I believe I once read about a planet which was inhabited by self-centered beings once, and he has my deepest and sincerest pity if he is among that race. The story did not end well.
Au revoir, mes amis!
P.S. If I am not mistaken, which I assure you I am not, Sir Ferm has also made quite a few blunders in his prose himself.
Posted by garishlight There are 4 replies thus far >>
(January 9, 2005 - 5:45 PM)
Still no new stuff????
I'm stitting in my dorm room in
grey, rainy MA, procrastinating rather than working on my thesis, and I remembered this webpage that used to amuse me a whole lot. Colin, what happened to your creativity?? You haven't posted anything in ages. I assume you're either doing really well and are too happy to write or you're just plain too busy. Anyway, hope you're well. Cheers, Inga
Posted by bumblebee There are 1 replies thus far >>
(October 15, 2004 - 2:19 PM)
Sounds like a miserable person writing cool shit. Reminds me of me.
Posted by jrj8231 There are 2 replies thus far >>
(July 14, 2004 - 4:02 AM)
Love this site!
Hi there, I found my way here from webmonkey.com. I really like everything I've read so far, and look forward to the new stuff.
Keep it up!
Posted by candlecavern There are 1 replies thus far >>
(June 5, 2004 - 7:58 PM)
great to see you!
colin, it was great to see you at the deli the other day! sorry i was abrupt, the kids were in the car waiting. send me an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 212-475-2251 to get together. anthony
Posted by marcos There are 0 replies thus far >>
(March 3, 2004 - 11:20 AM)
Everyone read Random Call -- it's great!!
Posted by mystique There are 0 replies thus far >>
(February 26, 2004 - 12:11 PM)
about bonnie scott
I also went to school with bonnie, I can say for sure bonnie and I were friends, but we unfortunatly have lost touch over the years. The best thing about bonnie is that she never mentioned her father owned [EDITED]. I thought your essay on her was awesome. I just by chance stummbled onto this site, I like the concept. I look forward to reading more in the future and may even add my own. Being a soldier in korea, I've seen things here that would leave anyone with the urge to write.
Posted by soldier There are 3 replies thus far >>
(January 28, 2004 - 7:52 AM)
Hello guys its been about a year since i last looked on your sight - sorry been absolutely snowed under with work! But just had to let you know that the quality of the stuff is still as high quality as it always has been!
Merry Xmas and New Year
Keep up the great work
Liz H (UK)
Posted by aliveproductions There are 0 replies thus far >>
(December 18, 2003 - 2:18 AM)
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