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Tommy Peters (tmpeters@streamyx.com)
Date:Sat 03 Mar 2007 07:50:18 PM EST
Subject:Islam on Trial
 Amber, I stumbled upon Islam on Trial and thought it was Imani at work. You have his fat-free prose, almost. Keep writing your thoughts Amber, you owe us.

David (@picturethat@hotmail.com)
Date:Fri 01 Dec 2006 03:44:04 AM EST
Subject:great job as usual
 Hi, I was just checking to see if you had found a publisher yet? the Newsdesk is doing very well for itself, we are in the process of building our website, I wasn't sure if you were still writing so I decided to check out your website and your stories as usual are great...keep up the great work.....David Cousins........Merrimack Valley Newsdesk

l-n (nospamplease@little-nerd.com)
Date:Wed 15 Nov 2006 05:51:40 AM EST
Subject:Cool site.
 Was a pleasure to vist you interesting website. http://little-nerd.com

Travers Buda (traversbuda@cyberwright.net)
Date:Tue 11 Jul 2006 11:36:30 PM EDT
Subject:Wonderfull explaination in "The Roots of Gender"
 I delighted in reading The Roots of Gender: Defining Femininity and Masculinity. It is the only piece I have read from the Objectivist perspective. No other works exist sans the obvious ones that imply its meaning; yours analyzes and describes in exclusive depth. Most of Rand's ideas are self-evident, but I've found a few to pose some difficulty for me. I only have the hightst praise for the mind that suceeded when such information is sorely missed. Travers

George Adrian (mr_limn@yahoo.com)
Date:Wed 31 May 2006 01:36:44 AM EDT
Subject:The Home School Revolution: Towards Rational Education
 Hello Ms. Pawlik, After reading your "The Home School Revolution: Towards Rational Education" article, I became an instant fan. I could not agree with you more — as a teacher I experienced first hand the "benefits" of progressive (American) education: disrespectful-rude-immature-aimless brand of students. Just thinking that I have to write a paper on John Dewey’s genius and his Experience and Education [for my teacher certification class], I get an instant migraine!... Thank you for your courage to voice our thoughts. God bless you!

Andrew Brown (andrewbrown@xtra.co.nz)
Date:Tue 16 May 2006 02:23:10 AM EDT
Subject:Islam on Trial
 I have read Islaam on Trial. It inspired me to actually read the Koran. You are not exagerating when you say it is terribly boring and repetitive. The copy I read was a pro-Islam on-line version. I cross-referenced your quotes with the version I accessed. I was surprised to find that there was little difference between the two. My version watered down a few suras such as 78 31-33 (damsels with swelling breasts becoming 'fresh youths of equal age'.) Your article expressed wonderfully the concerns I've had for some years over the seemingly untouchable status Islam has in the west.In my country the one news paper that printed the Dutch cartoons apologised profusley when attacked domestically and internationally. I can't think of anything else that would generate such an apology from the press in this country. Our one muslim parliamentarian commented that stoning women was probably acceptable in some countries - and then went on to say that if an act was manadted by the Koran then that action was necessarily right. This position created only the smallest stir. As far as I'm aware there was no apology forthcoming from this person's seemingly obscene position Are we simply afraid of annoying Islam? Do we have some kind of 'Rushdie syndrome?'

Charlie (cveitch@gmail.com)
Date:Fri 10 Feb 2006 05:19:45 AM EST
Subject:A scientific approach to the Koran!
 Amber, Firstly, allow me to say that your Islam on Trial article has to be (by far) the best rational argument I have heard for a long time. If only our leaders were brave enough to say the truth to the world, but then again, imagine the upsurge in violence it would cause from the Middle East to have Tony and George denounce Islam for what it really is - WRONG! But I am optimistic, the war on terror is in fact also a war on Islam. The West is not going to sit happily with Iran and the nukes, we will remove the dirty theocracy that exists there. It is up to us to free the 1.3 billion oppressed!

Ian McKenzie (ianjmckenzie@yahoo.co.uk)
Date:Wed 08 Feb 2006 04:13:56 PM EST
Subject:Go girl!
 Young lady you are to be commended on your wisdom. Keep up the good work and one day I hope you will run for president! Best wishes to you and yours from Scotland. Ian McKenzie of the clan McKenzie

mxew (maxewebb@hotmail.com)
Date:Mon 23 Jan 2006 06:08:35 AM EST
 indeed, sorry about that bit on hillary, didn't know yu are republican, not until i read your profile. good luck with the family making.

mxew (maxewebb@hotmail.com)
Date:Mon 23 Jan 2006 05:31:58 AM EST
Subject:islam on trial
 brilliant, thanks. i read it twice and checked your methodology even tho i cannot do the maths. i have recommended it to those who need an education on islam and i agree with your last guest who asked if you could run that through the whole koran. it wouldn't matter if the percentage dropped on hatred for the nonmuslims. even thought about sending your site article (islam on trial) to hillary clinton so that she could use it as a political tool and commence the real deed of taking islam to court and educate the usa and the west about the evil of this intolerant and brutal cult before its too late. as in england and europe, we in australia are not allowed by law to critise islam because it may upset their 'sensibilities'. we don't have the first ammendment. hammer islam hard. 1st february the uac demonstrations against islamfacism.

A friend (alpha9884-surfer@yahoo.com)
Date:Tue 17 Jan 2006 09:29:51 PM EST
Subject:Your Islam article
 Great article on the Koran! You should repeat your study but not to a sparse sample - rather the whole koran. What authoritativeness the conclusions would then carry! What a powerful pie chart that would make - hard to argue with because it's quantitative & all-inclusive, deflecting the claim of annecdotalness that apologists are quick to invoke. I bet it would be much referenced in the blogosphere. Kudos on a brilliant methodology. Many other interesting articles on your site, from what I've seen so far. Cheers.

Dan Lynch (dan242@hushmail.com)
Date:Wed 30 Nov 2005 10:26:12 PM EST
Subject:Big suga
 I hope all is well. Your friend always. Dan

Ken Pawlik (kknsva@yahoo.com@)
Date:Tue 29 Nov 2005 08:21:32 AM EST
Subject:just happened upon your site....will be back to read more
 like your site so far......

Brent Roberts (brent@globalopensource.net)
Date:Mon 21 Nov 2005 03:05:51 AM EST
Subject:Refreshed to see the great ideas presnted on this site
 Its so refreshing to read the articles on this site. They are rational, consistent and well articulated. It means a lot to me to see this, and I hope my signing inspires you to carry on! -Brent Roberts Scottsdale, AZ

Lisa (allonehhob9@hotmail.com)
Date:Sun 09 Oct 2005 12:41:28 AM EDT
Subject:Your article about Islam
 You are very smart and brave, keep on enlightining people about how dangerous the methodology of Islam is. I am wandering when would Muslims wake up and understand that thier leader is nothing but a fake prophet with a fake message that ca NOT be by any mean a message from GOD almighty

Peter Newman (befeleme@gmx.net)
Date:Thu 21 Jul 2005 11:02:50 AM EDT
 I browsed on this site by accident, and I have been absolutely captivated. Your analysis of Islam ("Islam on Trial") is thorough, intelligent, brave - and spot on. I wish more people could find it and read it. I have also read all your other articles, and I have found your writing style to be interesting, engaging, succint and intelligent. You do have a lot to say, you say it very well, and your judgment is flawless. Please do keep writing and do not get disheartened by those who don't agree with you and want you to stop - they have no idea. You have a rare talent, and an inquisitive and functioning mind. I can only wish there were more people like you.

Marian Shah (mjsmoller@yahoo.com)
Date:Tue 19 Jul 2005 11:36:47 PM EDT
 You should blog more often. :)

Trisha (aaronandtrisha5@msn.com)
Date:Fri 17 Jun 2005 12:38:04 PM EDT
Subject:Painting "Small Details"
 I came across your website while looking for information about the painting "Small Details". I have a special connection with the painting and I can say without a shadow of doubt it is my all time favorite. My husband and daughter are the subjects! I love reading how people interpret the painting. I am always suprised at what they have to say. Some negative but mostly positive. It was an actual picture taken by my father and then painted by a former Marine and sold out of Quent Cordair. At the moment it was taken my daughter was just 18 months old and it was the first time she saw her Dad in full uniform as a drill instructor and after 3 months. Her words, simply, "Hi Daddy". It has since been in Magazines and internet sights and it always amazes her to see this timeless piece. I have read a few of your articles and have found them interesting and bold. I agree with some. I look forward to reading more.

Dan Lynch (danny.lynch@mohawkcollege.ca)
Date:Fri 17 Jun 2005 03:29:56 AM EDT
 I like your mayonaise and macoroni recipe. Or was it potatoes?

B. Wesley (BWMyers51@yahoo.com)
Date:Fri 10 Jun 2005 11:59:41 AM EDT
Subject:Recipe attacks
 Ms. Pawlick, Please do not be offended by any attacks against your site by opinionated bloggers. Remember that these bloggers are not creative or intelligent enough to do something productive, so they simply comment on the status quo. I have yet to find a blog that does not agree completely with every other insipid blog on that site. I would love to see a blog site that encouraged more than droning and parrotlike replies to posts. Bloggers remind me of the hyenas in the Lion King.... As for your recipes, I will be trying them out especially the most degraded "veggie pizza" and the M.O.A.D. Keep your head up, and the water level lower than your chin...no drowning allowed.

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