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ADMIN April 14, 2010

Posted by Rusty in admin, painful secrets, whyihatedc.

1. Obviously no one reads this blog on a regular basis. What happens is people find us by Googling a Lifetime movie that was just on. And that’s great! The problem is, when people leave comments 18 months after the original post, I’m likely going to miss it. I went back through years of archives reading comments left way after the fact and most of them are awesome. It’s a good way to kill an hour.

And I totally missed an actress from one of the movies I reviewed leaving a comment. And naturally it’s an actress who I teased about her physical appearance. Smooth.

Thank God, the actress, Kimberlee Peterson, star of Painful Secrets/Secret Cutting, has a sense of humor about the whole thing. It’s clearly not the first time she’s read a joke about her eyebrows not quite lining up.

So, in her honor, I give Ms. Peterson official FRIEND OF THE BLOG status. There’s no way she’s the only Lifetime actor to stumble upon this site, but she was the only one to strike back. And it is much appreciated.

2. So, the sight that I was previously known for writing, Why I Hate DC, is shutting down. This after I inherited it from its founder and after I passed it down to others. I love the idea of a legacy blog and am greatly disappointed that its last writer, Dave Stroup (who was AWESOME by the way) has decided to end the hate. Now I don’t have administrator status anymore and that’s just the way I want it. It’s his blog and therefore his decision. But I hope he reconsiders.


1. Anonymous - April 14, 2010

i read this blog on a regular basis!

2. Angela_Baker - April 14, 2010

I too read it on a regular basis. I love it 🙂

3. HRH King Friday XIII, Ret. - April 15, 2010

We love you, Rusty! Love you like a Lifetime psychic alchoholic pregnant teen slut.

4. R. Berger - April 17, 2010

I totally read this blog on a regular basis. I started reading after sitting through about thirty painful minutes of "Perfect Romance," and being just engaged enough to want to know where it went but not nearly engaged enough to sit through the rest of it. After that, I just kept on reading. Lifetime, Wow! is awesome, hilarious, and hilariously awesome.

5. Daniel - April 19, 2010

I check at least once a week to see if a new post is up. Sometimes it's just far more entertaining to let someone else watch terrible movies for me.

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