One day in Chinatown

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I love Chinatown in and out of reason.  Of course it’s just a tourist spot to toss your money.  It’s just my own personal Disneyland.

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  1. VJ- Not that it’s any of my business, but I think that you should string Emp along for a while. I like what he adds to your blog and if you meet him and there’s great chemistry, it bodes poorly for us because his pursuit of you becomes private. If you meet him and it goes poorly, he likely disappears. if you meet and become platonic friends, he still comments but not as earnestly. So, while I am wondering what he’s like in person, waiting a while would best serve the interests of your readers.

  2. Dear S. Squirrel,
    I appreciate your candor and would like to offer my rebuttal.

    – Should we meet and there’s great chemistry, is there any doubt it will be blogged about, IM’d or otherwise disseminated in both the digital and analog realms? I have long ago discovered that when you make an attempt at any form of relationship with one person, you intrinsically become involved with their friends as well.

    – Should we meet and it goes poorly, I can offer my skills on a freelance basis. The basic retainer can be discussed at a later date.

    – Should we become platonic friends, I guarantee that my comments will similar, if not as hopeful. While a lot of people say they do not lie because it is morally reprehensible, I don’t because I have other things to waste my energy on. This includes lying by omission and not saying anything simply because “it never came up.”

    So, dear reader, you have several days to capitalize on my unbridled comments, responses and suggestions, I suggest, should you still be concerned, that you cash in on the next five days as much as possible.

    Also, I’ve put a great deal of thought into Saturday’s date, combining metric assloads of fun with the opportunity to have earnest discussions. And ponies.

    – Sincerely, Dr. Emperor.

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