Friday, July 15, 2005

HOW to Comment on A Post?

If this is among your very first visits to Postcards from Hell's Kitchen...

You will see at the end of most posts a tiny blue link for Comments. Click it, and it takes you to a collection of comments that other readers have made for that particular post. Or, you may be the first to leave a comment for that particular post, if you wish.

All readers are encouraged to comment! To do so, click on the comments link at the bottom of a post. On the following page, Blogger.com members (it's free!) can sign in to post a comment. Non-members can easily select Post Anonymously and include their name or nom de plume at the end of their comment.

A webblog (or blog, for short) will always become more interesting and dynamic with comments. Sometimes conversations take place in that forum between readers. Sometimes new information is added on the topic at hand. Sometimes serious. Sometimes a giggle. (Note: inappropriate comments may be easily deleted by your Blogger. So play nice).

Mr. HK, your humble Blogger, always welcomes feedback... But if you're shy and want to e-mail directly, you can reach me at Mr.HK.Hellskitchen AT neverbox.com. (Of course, you will need to replace the word AT with the @ symbol and make sure there are no spaces in that e-mail address... But I'm sure you already knew that)...

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10 comments:

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Anonymous said...

I saw for the first time on TV that psychopath Ramsey (apparently the crapiest chef in the world). Anyway, I can see this guy headed for the psyche ward in the near future the way he acts on TV. What I don'the understand is why the public likes this (whatever he is). He is a disgrace to the human race and to the deserved chefs out there like, Paula Dean, Racheal Ray, Sandra Lee, and some others. I do not particularly care for Emeril, he's too dramatic!
What is this world coming to? A bunch of manbi pansies. I'm glad I was in the era when gay meant happy and chef meant Julia Childs.

Gone are the good ole days!

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NY1 POLL: 76% SAY QUINN SHOULD NOT BE RE-ELECTED

New York, NY. September 3, 2009. Yetta Kurland, who is now being acknowledged as having a real chance of winning the City Council race in the 3rd District, is encouraged by a snap poll conducted by NY1 and aired last night showing that only 24% of the respondents said her opponent Christine Quinn should be re-elected, and an overwhelming 76% said she should not be re-elected to City Council.

"It is more than a significant spread" stated Kurland. "At the same time people have already made clear that they want their elected officials to serve for two terms and only two terms. I believe they will make this clear for a 3rd time at the Democratic Primary on Tuesday, September 15th.

Yetta Kurland is running against Christine Quinn, who many say is having serious difficulties getting support for her bid for re-election due to her decision to extend term limits against voter will, her too-close relationship with Republican Mayor Bloomberg and the slush fund scandal which she is still under federal investigation for.

"We have not been polling, we have been talking to the people of the 3rd district, and what they are telling us is that they want change. They want someone who can stand up for them in City Hall to stop overdevelopment and be a voice for our community. I will be that person."

Kurland is running on a platform of restoring the voice of our community and has received dozens of endorsements from community leaders, democratic clubs, good government groups and local organizations.

John Phillips, Executive Director of the New York League of Humane Voters, the State's largest and most influential lobby for animal welfare, said "the 52% gap in this poll is greater than any margin of error that could exist. It's clear the people think two terms is more than enough and that Christine Quinn has got to go."

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