A Polite Word About the Popehat Signal

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  1. Thank you for doing it. It does provide a little bit of extra comfort knowing someone has my back if the SHTF regarding my blog.

    I try to make sure stuff is cut and dry, but you never know when someone might be upset by something you write. Doubly so when the majority of those you talk about are in law enforcement or otherwise employed by the state.

    So again, thank you. Coming to you if crap went down is by no means my first plan of action, but it's on the list for when all else has failed. It helps provide some extra peace of mind.

  2. David says:

    And if you have any urgent art historical needs, I'm here for you. ;)

  3. Ken says:

    It's no "AND MY AXE!" But it will serve.

  4. JRM says:

    This is the excuse you give for not repairing my fence, or at least putting up the Popehat signal to get someone to repair it? It's broken. I don't know how to fix it. And here you are, all famous and shit, and you just leave my broken fence there.

    (Reminding me of the Jonathan Coulton song:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h6qKASEpUjo )

    –JRM, fence still broken and it's only a six-hour drive here from KenHQ.

  5. Ken says:

    To be perfectly frank, I don't think we're known for fence-mending around here.

  6. Dustin says:

    "Now, I have only very rarely run into Freakish Entitlement Syndrome, which is always a hazard of offering something for free. But it happens. And it irks the living shit out of me, and sometimes puts me off the whole enterprise for a day or two."

    That's a shame. But understandable.

    Thanks for the great things you've done for a lot of people. You really are a champion for free speech, and deserve a great deal of respect.

    I'm sorry someone I endorsed turned out to behave in a way that predictably put a damper on the cause.