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Damn unrepentant old unicorns


Dr. Prole said…
This totally sucks.
Beijing York said…
I totally agree. I must have missed the sh*tstorm or misinterpreted what was going on because this really comes as a sad surprise.
sassy said…
I'm hoping that she is taking a well deserved break - and will eventually be back.

Well I'm allowed to hope, aren't I?
Simon said…
JJ will be back I'm sure of that. She probably needs a break because her output is awesome,but she is too committed to the cause of feminism and human equality to go away forever. And besides she's a too big and beautiful part of our blogosphere for us to allow her to prance away on her sparkly unicorn.
Personally I'm prepared to rent a plane and write rude smoke messages in the sky over BC until she agrees to come back. And I'll sign some of them SUZANNE. I promise you that'll work... :)
JJ said…
LOL, I didn't see this coming! Ha! Well, thanks.

I'm just a little tired and discouraged at some of the bitterness around lately, so I obviously need to step back if I'm that over-sensitive.

Thanks again :)

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