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Thursday, March 8, 2012

701. Tracie, Goddess of The Blogosphere

Okay, she did it again.  First the Wal-Mart blog, now this one about bullies.  Read CRACK YOU WHIP by the insanely talented Tracie.  She rocks.  You might want to forward the blog to anyone who has been a victim of a bully, or show it to your kids to explain what bullying is (they might not understand the part about the waffle house, or Gilligan's Island, but so be it). 

MOV

10 comments:

  1. Seriously excellent. I think it should be published in schools far and wide. Mean people suck.

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  2. OK, it's official...you win my "biggest fan award!" YOU rock girlfriend!

    Thanks for making me feel loved!

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    1. you deserve to feel loved, you are awesome! it is only a matter of time before you are insanely famous and then I can say I used to know you when you would return my emails, before you started hanging out with rock stars and calling everyone "darling."

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  3. Hi, finally getting around to checking out newer followers of my blog.

    Funny but I just found Crack You Whip yesterday.

    Wish I'd come here sooner too, you're hilarious. Between the two of you that's the week-ends reading list sorted.
    +followed.
    I'll be back :)

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    1. hi dirty cowgirl, welcome! hope you have time to hang out here for a while and read some of my archives. I recently made a section on my sidebar that links all my favorite posts I wrote that are illustrated. thanks for stopping by!

      xxo
      MOV

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    1. isn't she the best? she can take a serious topic and make it funny but then it ends up stuck in your brain all day, like popcorn kernels that get stuck in your way back teeth. But not as painful as that.

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  5. She is so my new favorite blog. Thanks for telling us!

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  6. MOV, one of the things that I love best about you as a blogger is how generous you are with your space. I think that if all bloggers shared other people's work the way that you do, the internet would be a better place.

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When you write a comment, it makes me feel like I won the lottery or at the very least like I ate an ice-cream sundae. (This has nothing to do with the fact that I did just eat an ice-cream sundae.)