Thursday, January 10, 2013

Well.  Since the Disqus comments were such a pain, I decided to delete them and add blogger comments. Which I thought would be as simple as clicking a button. Unfortunately.  After an hour and a half of clicking buttons and searching google....I am afraid  I have royally messed this up.  So now I do not have any comments.  If you know things about blogger and how to add comments, email me at booshay6@charter.net and tell me what to do.
I need to step away from this problem now.
Very bad day indeed since the comments are the best part of my blog.



50 comments:

  1. hahahahaha.....look what is on this post!!!!
    The comments!!!!!

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    1. The comments have not been added to past posts soooooooo....if you want to talk about today's movie post. Add it here...in this new comment box. May it be an easier and more accessible tool.

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    2. Well look who's here -- Hang in there, Donna, you'll figure it out!

      I thought it was just me, my techno-problem.

      love you and your comments section -- mean it :-)

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  2. Yay! I can once again converse at the Quiet Life haven! Sorry it was such a pain.
    In using the Blogger comments, be careful when you delete your spam - it can be tricky to decipher which you're deleting junk if you're sleepy... twice I have deleted my precious (rare) published comments. Grr.

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  3. Looking forward to your blog post Monday about the awards show - I love those! I'm waiting for Lincoln and Les Mis to come to my fair town. The only one of the nominated films that I've seen in the cinema here is the Playbook movie. I like Bradley Cooper but on the fence if I want to pay the dough to go see it.

    Will you do a double-feature blog (Downton Abbey AND Award Show) on Monday?

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    1. Oh my gosh!! Yes. Will do both!!

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  4. I'm here! U there?! Can u read me, do u copy?

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    1. We are here.
      We are here.
      We are heeeeerrrreeee!

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  5. Coming over to say that if Hugh Jackman and Anne Hathaway don't win I will be staging an Oscar coup. ;-) I have not seen anything else. I really like that little Jennifer Lawrence gal, but I hate paying so much for movies. ($12 per person here) so I will wait for that one on Netflix. Les Miserables, well that had to be seen on the big screen, no two ways about it.

    Did you see The Poker House with Jennifer Lawrence? Or The Burning Plain? She was amazing in both movies, but The Poker House especially.

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    1. Thank you for the recommendation and for the comment Laney!!

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  6. Testing testing 123 123 123

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  7. Anonymous12:53 PM

    I totally enjoyed the book, but was very disappointed in the Life of Pi film. Great acting, but the pace was too slow. My husband groused that it was too much like Castaway and that he didn't want to see a whole movie about Wilson.

    P.S. I hope Katie is enjoying her club season!

    Mary Z

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  8. I can even comment on my phone...

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  9. Tap, Tap... is this mike on? Looks Like a Yes... Thank you Mz Boo!

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  10. Julie Smith1:04 PM

    Donna, Zero Dark Thirty was a good film, though it made me extremely anxious, even more so than Argo, which I also liked. I was not prepared for the torture scenes, which are numerous. Jessica Chastain, loved her in The Help, was very, very good. Perhaps she will win. Both DeNiro and Cooper are amazing in SilverLinings (imo, quite possible DeNiro will win the Oscar). I thought Jennifer Lawrence seemed a bit young for her role, but she was not the conventional beauty I would have expected, so that was refreshing. The story was interesting - a dark comedy, but the different from anything I've seen and quite amusing and very sweet. I would recommend it - 4 or 4.5 stars/5.

    Love the movies!

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  11. Anonymous1:06 PM

    WooHoo, I can leave a comment! I haven't been able too in a long time. I am one happy camper!

    The only movie I have seen is Lincoln and I have seen that twice. I am going to go see Les Mis by myself next week, no one I know wants to see it. That's OK, I actually don't mind going to the first matinee of the day. It is usually me and 20 other people.

    Debbie from Illinois

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  12. Kristie Escoe1:40 PM

    Hey, you can never escape me now!!! :)

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  13. I am so glad to know that the QLCS is back online. And I don't have to type DUI or DOI or DYE or DIE until I get the right moniker. Yahoo! Hope this reduces some stress for you, Donna Dear.

    My film comment on repeat: I have only see Les Mis and I say Anne should win, even though I haven't seen the other women's performances.

    Happy Thursday,
    D (wait for it) I

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  14. See Beasts of the Southern Wild. I cried and have not stopped thinking about Quvenzhane since. I loved her. It is on demand on charter.

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  15. See Beasts of the Southern Wild. I cried and have not stopped thinking about Quvenzhane since. I loved her. It is on demand on charter.

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  16. Wynona3:22 PM

    I have not seen any of the movies you are asking about... but my friends that have seen it said they were not impressed either with Sally in the part of Mary Todd... I live in Lexington where Mary Todd's child hood home is and I hear that Sally came to town to study up on her.

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    1. Wynona3:23 PM

      so glad I can comment again! I haven't been able to do it since it changed... I have still been checking in as much as I can.

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    2. I'm very glad you are here and able to comment!!

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  17. It's fun to read your movie commentary. I'm not a big movie watcher and I like hearing what you like and don't like. I'm a big book reader and I'm starting to crochet again so I like all of your knitting/yarn related things too. This is a really random comment! :)

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  18. Donna BOoshay had a very bad day
    her blog comments just went away
    she tried not to cry
    she decided to try
    and then we all came back anyway

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    1. Oh kathyb,
      you are in fine form since ending your reign as night shift nurse!!!

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  19. Bravo!

    And love the cute ditty, kathy b ~

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  20. Testing. Testing....

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  21. Wow. I haven't been able to leave a comment for months! Hooray!

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  22. Yipee, I can leave a comment now!! I wanted say that Asher is just a little sweetie and your girls are so lovely!!! (yes the guys are ok also ;)

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  23. Joining the group to say I can see comments, and I can make comments--and now I'm commenting that I'm done commenting.

    HMBalison

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  24. Anonymous8:31 PM

    We watched The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel and loved it. Thank you so much for recommending it. So happy the comments are here. You encourage us and we want to say thank you or at least I do after every post you make. love and prayers, jep

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    1. me too jep - there is a tea named for me ...

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  25. I am glad you liked the movie Jep!
    Your comments encourage me so much!

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  26. So glad I can finally comment here. I have had trouble doing so. I've been tweaking my blog and lost my title. It's a pain. I have been reading your blog for a while and really enjoy your photography. Your pictures of your family are so amazing. I can't take a good picture either in front of or behind the camera.

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  27. It's interesting to come here and see the different look to your comments. I guess I hadn't realized that the old system didn't work well for a lot of your readers. So happy that it does work for lots of people now :-)

    Can't say I'm familiar with many of the movies, but totally cheering for Les Mis to win each of their nominations :-)

    Blessings,
    Tammy

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  28. Anonymous10:54 PM

    Donna,
    We are on the same page when it comes to movies. I've seen pretty much what you've seen, and wasn't much interested in the others. The Beast movie has become of interest, will try and see that. Best movie for me would be a toss up between Les Mis and Argo. Recently saw Promised Land, loved it. Cute comment about Sally Field. Bless her heart. I do like her, and yet she bugs me sometimes. But I do love Places in the Heart. Will be tuning in for your fashion review.
    Lisa

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  29. Love following your blog! I'm so glad that I can comment.

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  30. Woo Hoo! I can comment again! Yeah, I have missed this. Can't wait to see next Monday's edition with the fashion comments about the Oscar's. Also, without your commentary about Downton Abbey I would never have started watching. Fabulous!!!! Thanks! Have a great day!

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    1. I'm so happy. Downton is such a treasure!

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  31. Carol9:27 AM

    I wasn't sure how to put my name?? Try and err. I am happy to be able to comment again. Carol from the UP of MI.

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  32. I love reading the comments at QL. Glad to see you are back up and running again!

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  33. Oh no Miz Booshay! So, are they all gone?
    You know, I love that you make your visitors feel so important.
    I love that about you.
    There are so many good things about visiting here, but knowing I am appreciated and loved, well that is one of the best things : ).
    I still haven't written or addressed our Christmas cards, but when I do, you will get one, I know you are dying for a new picture of Kaish ; )

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  34. Thanks for your comments. Moives are good!

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