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peacebaby7 gave me props for my articles
Hey, SJF! I hope you're doing well. I just wanted to apologize for not having re-read any more of your stories lately. I've recently been hired to my first job, so that on top of school has kept me quite busy and tired. I will try to get back on that as soon as I can, though. Posted 7 days ago
SJF_Penguin2 commented…
Thanks! I'm half well and half stuck on a treadmill, but I'll be all right. No need to apologize; I haven't been reading, writing, or editing all that much recently myself. But I do hope to get back to these things. Congratulations on the first job, and best of luck! 1 day ago
peacebaby7 commented…
I'm sure you will be. You seem like the kind of person that wouldn't give up that easily. I hope you get more time to yourself soon. And thanks! A couple regulars actually told me that they were surprised that I hadn't quit yet because of all the people they see come and go from there. I'm taking it as a compliment. XD 23 hours ago
SJF_Penguin2 said about Ted Cruz
Today I cast my vote in the Connecticut Republican primary (by absentee ballot) for Ted Cruz, Texas U.S. senator, consistent conservative, and friend of the Constitution, whom I have liked for years. In the 2016 cycle, Cruz was and is the only choice for serious, authentic, movement conservatives. I am not the first to say he is the Reagan of our time, and I won't be the last. Posted 24 days ago
SJF_Penguin2 commented…
Of the two other remaining Republican candidates, John Kasich was always a non-starter for me because of his support for amnesty, his expansion of Medicaid, and his get-along moderate attitude, which values the idea of bipartisanship more than fighting for conservative goals. Donald Trump was fine as an entertainer—I watched early seasons of "The Apprentice" myself—but, among many other things, he lacks an ideological core (conservative or liberal), and is confused or unknowledgeable about many issues of the day. It is my hope that Cruz will win the Republican nomination (at this point, most likely at a contested national convention); if he fails to do so, I will most likely support whoever does get the Republican nomination, though I would consider defecting to a third-party candidate if he or she were viable and more conservative than nominee Trump. 24 days ago
SJF_Penguin2 commented…
I will never, ever vote for a Democrat for any office (not even dog catcher if we elected them); I would rather eat a penguin. The idea of a President Hillary Clinton (or a President Comrade Bernie Sanders, the candidate of whiny Millennials and leftist socialists) scares me to death, and should scare to death any rational, moral person. Someday America will elect its first female president, but voting for a woman just because she's a woman is ridiculous. And sexist. I hope instead that America's first female president will be a conservative, elected for her values and her vision, not her sex. 24 days ago
SJF_Penguin2 commented…
TL;DR summary: I like Ted Cruz. 24 days ago
SJF_Penguin2 said about Daria
I sometimes answer the phone at work similar to the way Daria plays volleyball in the intro. I intentionally reach for the ringing phone slowly, hoping that someone else will beat me to answering the call on another phone. Posted 24 days ago
SJF_Penguin2 said about Pink Floyd
All in all, this is just another post on the wall. Posted 24 days ago
Today I cast my vote in the Connecticut Republican primary (by absentee ballot) for Ted Cruz, Texas U.S. senator, consistent conservative, and friend of the Constitution, whom I have liked for years. In the 2016 cycle, Cruz was and is the only choice for serious, authentic, movement conservatives. I am not the first to say he is the Reagan of our time, and I won't be the last. Posted 24 days ago
SJF_Penguin2 commented…
Of the two other remaining Republican candidates, John Kasich was always a non-starter for me because of his support for amnesty, his expansion of Medicaid, and his get-along moderate attitude, which values the idea of bipartisanship more than fighting for conservative goals. Donald Trump was fine as an entertainer—I watched early seasons of "The Apprentice" myself—but, among many other things, he lacks an ideological core (conservative or liberal), and is confused or unknowledgeable about many issues of the day. It is my hope that Cruz will win the Republican nomination (at this point, most likely at a contested national convention); if he fails to do so, I will most likely support whoever does get the Republican nomination, though I would consider defecting to a third-party candidate if he or she were viable and more conservative than nominee Trump. 24 days ago
SJF_Penguin2 commented…
I will never, ever vote for a Democrat for any office (not even dog catcher if we elected them); I would rather eat a penguin. The idea of a President Hillary Clinton (or a President Comrade Bernie Sanders, the candidate of whiny Millennials and leftist socialists) scares me to death, and should scare to death any rational, moral person. Someday America will elect its first female president, but voting for a woman just because she's a woman is ridiculous. And sexist. I hope instead that America's first female president will be a conservative, elected for her values and her vision, not her sex. 24 days ago
SJF_Penguin2 commented…
TL;DR summary: I like Ted Cruz. 24 days ago
SJF_Penguin2 said about Debate
Today I cast my vote in the Connecticut Republican primary (by absentee ballot) for Ted Cruz, Texas U.S. senator, consistent conservative, and friend of the Constitution, whom I have liked for years. In the 2016 cycle, Cruz was and is the only choice for serious, authentic, movement conservatives. I am not the first to say he is the Reagan of our time, and I won't be the last. Posted 24 days ago
SJF_Penguin2 commented…
Of the two other remaining Republican candidates, John Kasich was always a non-starter for me because of his support for amnesty, his expansion of Medicaid, and his get-along moderate attitude, which values the idea of bipartisanship more than fighting for conservative goals. Donald Trump was fine as an entertainer—I watched early seasons of "The Apprentice" myself—but, among many other things, he lacks an ideological core (conservative or liberal), and is confused or unknowledgeable about many issues of the day. It is my hope that Cruz will win the Republican nomination (at this point, most likely at a contested national convention); if he fails to do so, I will most likely support whoever does get the Republican nomination, though I would consider defecting to a third-party candidate if he or she were viable and more conservative than nominee Trump. 24 days ago
SJF_Penguin2 commented…
I will never, ever vote for a Democrat for any office (not even dog catcher if we elected them); I would rather eat a penguin. The idea of a President Hillary Clinton (or a President Comrade Bernie Sanders, the candidate of whiny Millennials and leftist socialists) scares me to death, and should scare to death any rational, moral person. Someday America will elect its first female president, but voting for a woman just because she's a woman is ridiculous. And sexist. I hope instead that America's first female president will be a conservative, elected for her values and her vision, not her sex. 24 days ago
SJF_Penguin2 commented…
TL;DR summary: I like Ted Cruz. 24 days ago
Hello from Kowalski (Lt_Kowalski)! He deleted his account here months ago but asked me if I'd say hello to everybody for him the next time I came by. He says he had "Good times and met great fans." Posted 27 days ago
peacebaby7 commented…
Tell him PB7 says hello back! I hope he (and you) is doing well. 20 days ago
SJF_Penguin2 commented…
Will do! 16 days ago
ggreen7295 said …
Hey there SJF, it's been a long while huh? Posted 1 month ago
SJF_Penguin2 commented…
Hey! How's it going? 27 days ago
SJF_Penguin2 said about Ted Cruz
Very happy that Ted Cruz, the consistent conservative, won the Iowa Republican caucuses last night. Principles still do matter! #Cruz2016 Posted 2 months ago
A few recent PoM-related things:

* Sunday night, June 14, I published my first fanfic in a while on FanFiction.net. It's called Operation: Fluffy Pink Sugar, and it's a sequel to my 2012 story Beyond DNA, which is about Skipper and his daughter, MaryRose. If you are interested in reading the sequel, here's a link (https://www.fanfiction.net/s/11314782/1) and also a link to the first story (https://www.fanfiction.net/s/7696898/1). Posted 10 months ago
SJF_Penguin2 commented…
* Tuesday I went to the dentist. But unlike a certain genius penguin, I don't suffer from dentophobia. (But I don't have a beak.) 10 months ago
SJF_Penguin2 commented…
* Last week I saw a guy I know whose nickname is Skip. It's not quite Skipper, but it's is the closest the name of anyone I know gets to the names of the penguins. 10 months ago
ImAnEasel commented…
I keep finding the name Kowalski in various fiction. 6 months ago