First off, let me just thank all of you (from both James and I) for all of your comments on our little site. Your participation encourages us to do more.

Well, it makes Aaron type like a demented, gibbering monkey with fleas, and then he flings the shit into the ether (usually at an alarming rate). James, however, is the wise one (as always). He waits and then springs his genius and hilarity on us when we least suspect it, thus still proving that quality outweighs quantity every time.

It’s been interesting watching the comments, which posts get the most, which don’t get many (or any). The recent post about the band Jesus Christ already has (at the time of this posting) 27 comments, while Aaron’s posts about the random shit his iTunes coughed up got, over parts 1-5: 16-29-7-2-4, which reads like some safe combination in a spy movie.

The new Neil Young album only got one comment, which wasn’t even about the new Neil Young album, specifically. Other recent posts, like Aaron’s take on Dillinger Escape Plan, as well as his recounting of a weirdo (music-related) dream he had got absolutely zero comments. Tracking recent posts, there doesn’t seem much rhyme or reason to what gets comments, or how many.

Well, to whichever posts you choose to reply, you can rest assured you will receive a return comment from us. Hope that it comes from James. Seriously. If you get Aaron, well, it’ll be interesting, let’s put it that way. Step right up, folks, and takes yer chances!

Keep those comments coming, folks. We love them all, and we’re so very thrilled you take a little time out of your non-refundable life to read and comment on our little corner of the internets.


Posted on July 3, 2014, in posts by aaron and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 11 Comments.

  1. I very rarely ever reply to comments. For that matter, I usually forget that we’re set up to GET comments so I don’t often think to check for any. I assume we get email notifications to that email address we have that I also haven’t looked at in, literally, years.

    I might write a concert review again someday. Or I might not.


    • Canny as ever, James dangles a possibility of another excellent review… and then takes it away, leaving us to wonder if… and then one day BOOM he springs one on us! Excellent ploy, Dude.

      Yeah, I have the KMA email in my Mac Mail reader, and I get instant notifications of comments. I haven’t been to the actual Gmail in a long time, either.


  2. Daddydinorawk

    Cool, I didn’t realize it was a collaboration. I first started reading during the Rush series and I like it, now I don’t know whos posting what but I like the blog anyway! 🙂
    My comments as just Craig are there but now recognizable by the T-Rex skull avatar!!


    • It sure is! James and I started this – the whole sordid story is in the About, upper left of the screen. It’s been tons of fun! I (Aaron) am by far the more prolific on the site but, as I stated, it’s definitely a quality (James) over quantity (Aaron) situation. The way to tell is by the tags (does anybody read tags?). Anyway, we have ‘Posts By Aaron’ and a ‘Posts By James’ tags. Otherwise, the only real way to tell would be the differing writing styles between us two.

      The Rush series is a cool spot to have jumped in – we’re glad to have you aboard! Thanks for liking the site. Hopefully we can keep throwing up stuff that you want to read!

      I definitely like the dino avatar.

      Thanks for Commenting on a post about Comments!


  3. Daddydinorawk

    All of this is good to know. It wouldn’t be right of me to not comment on commenting since I’ve devoted my life to commenting. Its a sort of a statement really. More a statement on my commeting.

    Thank You


    • Yours is a noble pursuit, if I may comment on your comment about how you’ve chosen to devote your life to commenting, in the comments section of my post on commenting. It’s definitely worthy of comment.


  4. Non-refundable life, might have to borrow that!


    • You’re welcome to it, it’s not exactly a new thought. Tempus fugit, after all. Like, what other lifetime is it you’re waiting for to do this or that? And so on.

      Actually, I claim most of that comes from my ongoing obsession with Henry Rollins. He’s always seemed to be very aware of the passage of time and trying to not waste it, nor letting motherfuckers waste it for him. ROLLINS.

      And now we all need to hear this:


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