2 thoughts on “Link from Nautilus

  1. This is a link to off your site. I want to know how you feel about this topic. Not long but short version. Why did you like it? Maybe something you didn't agree with? Something. I just don't want to log into your blog and then immediately click somewhere else.

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  2. Thanks for your comment — I appreciate it. Perhaps I should rethink my decision to share social media news feeds as well as my own writing. This, as other shared posts on my blog, interested me because of some facts, or opinions, which I had not previously known about … and, I posted on my blog in hopes I could also generate some comments from my readers (do this all the time on Facebook with my friends, so why not on Warp & Woof with my phantom followers?)

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