Feb 08

Where do we go to?

Tag: UncategorizedKal @ 7:26 pm

Where does this appear?

34 Responses to “Where do we go to?”

  1. RedHillian says:

    This appeared in my Google Reader feed, which automagically gets it from your blog via RSS.

    It means I don’t have to try to remember to check any blog for posts, and don’t miss things from writers I like.

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  2. MamaBee says:

    Mine, too.

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  3. parodie says:

    Yup, google feed reader.

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  4. Liz says:

    Me to, my google reader feed!

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  5. Blanche says:

    ditto.

    As for where “we” go to, it really would depend on your belief system. I’d like to think I end up at an all-inclusive beach resort.

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  6. DawnZed says:

    Long live google reader and RSS!

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  7. blackvandyke says:

    yup, Google Reader feed for me too.

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  8. Alex says:

    Firefox RSS reader in my favourites toolbar.

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  9. Karen says:

    Well we could all go on holiday together! That would be nice :-)

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  10. Sharon says:

    As far as afterlife, who knows.
    As for your blog, I see it in South Carolina, USA via looking for it. I don’t need a reminder to look for you Kal.

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  11. carol d says:

    I’m with Sharon, only in Virginia instead.

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  12. PJ says:

    Arizona,USA, through the magic of the Google Reader

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  13. gadget says:

    google reader, Devon
    where do we go, well I’m heading to Glasgow in the spring and hoping to go to the modern art gallery and have yea in a mackintosh tea house. plus some nice walks out west.

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  14. The Girl says:

    I’m going to become your nemesis in a few weeks time… I’m training to become an NHS redirect call centre person, but in the meantime I’ve trained to be another controversial professional (I’m now a CFR)!
    Coming at you from the East Midlands (UK), and you drop into my thunderbird email handler without so much as a by-your-leave.

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  15. Masher says:

    You pop up on my Yahoo Reader… because I like to be different.

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  16. helen says:

    google reader, all the way to the extreme west end of Edinburgh (cough, north kelvinside, Glesgae, cough)

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  17. jwise says:

    Mountain View, CA, via (gasp!) LiveJournal.

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  18. Ann says:

    Rural Oxfordshire, via Google Chrome on the traumaqueen.net page.

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  19. Piper says:

    South East Surrey via Chrome (having not managed work work out how to cope with RSS feeds….)

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  20. Jaffa says:

    Rural South Lanarkshire, via Netvibes – it used to come in via a Google RSS feed, but then I fell out with Google…

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  21. Cadbury Moose says:

    About a mile from Birmingham Airport, on Safari.

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  22. Bob H says:

    From an RSS feed into FeeddlerPro on my iPad….

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  23. David says:

    I’m a bit old fashioned. I check a couple of times a week, from Orange county CA, USA

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  24. Eileen says:

    I get here whilst checking via Basics Doc’s feed (as I can see you and Siren voices and Insomniac’s Guide). I’m in northern Italy ;-)

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  25. Aug24 says:

    What is this question doing in my pajamas?!

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  26. Isla says:

    In my Outlook RSS feed :) Why don’t more blogs have the option to RSS?

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  27. shirah says:

    Google reader, northwest coast of the US. Your blog is a deep breath of fresh air.

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  28. Chaz says:

    New Zealand, Auckland, courtesy of Google reader

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  29. gemakie says:

    Google reader by rss feed.
    All the way to belgium

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  30. Brad says:

    Melbourne, Australia via Mac Mail’s RSS feed

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  31. Stephanie says:

    To get my fix of wit and sharp description, I check on your site once a week or so from Asheville, North Carolina, US.

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  32. Talieta says:

    You’re my home page, so I get my trauma queen fix as soon as I open my browser!

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  33. LoriAngela says:

    You arrive in my Google Reader. I’m in British Columbia, Canada, and read you on my lap top in the sun room overlooking a little salmon river.

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  34. Andrea says:

    I’m in Broome, Western Australia, but I used to live near Milton Keynes!

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