past weekend was spent partying it up. CrazyKelvin was jammin'
at the very exclusive Opium
Garden on Friday night. Admission and open bar was kindly
sponsored by Sobespots.
Special shout out going to Tommy from Sobespots that hooked up
my admission at the
door. Even when it looked real bleak about getting in at 12:30am,
he still pulled through for me.
all the people who voted on the CrazyKelvin Web Poll last week
and and voiced their opinion. It clearly showed that there was
a very even cut crowd that voted 33% that CK was wrong in making
a poll about his friends getting engaged, 33% voted CK wasn't
and 33% voted that he meant no harm. So what does one conclude
from that? The numbers were so evenly matched that one CAN'T
say that majority rules. This is the second time since the inception
of this subject that the poll has not had a clear victor.
the poll, and the comments that came with it, I'm so glad that
so much people are so passionate about what they write. People
who got each other's back, and those defending friendships, etc..
A special mention goes out to ~Day-v-n~. Not only did he
relentlessly post a message to virtually everyone who made a comment,
but he was also very kind to bring this subject up with his peers
in Tampa. Thanks for doing the groundwork for me. But let me discuss
a little something with you. In one of your comments, you stated:
On: Apr 12th 2002
RE: But wait
lover of freedom (just a quick correction).
it folks, I'm audi, no more comments from me. Just a quick
thought, in the first discussion box "interesting" about
polls, I wanted to quickly share this with Kelvin. Most
education majors who I have spoken to and have taking the
poll (social science & english), seem to think Kelvin was
wrong for polling in the beginning without initially talking
to to Brian and Liza, while the minority felt he meant no
harm! Interesting corellation huh?
So what does
it mean now since the poll has ended and from the people who participated,
it was a dead even tie? Do your "education majors" overule
my poll? What if I went into a supermarket right now and randomly
asked 21 people the same question and explain the story that I
already put here, should the results from that poll be taken into
Also, in regards
to your discussions with RC and da Bull, you have
to realize that they and myself are nWo Toronto. These
guys are virtually family to me. If anyone insults one of us,
we all take offense. So when you had seen any responses regarding
them "having my back", its not just a regular aquaintance
or friendship deal here... these are my brothers. I love them
to death and will always have their backs. I'm sure you understand
that. I just had to state that for those who are not informed.
You seem like quite an intelligent character. I can't wait to
meet you (in combat) someday.
I'm very sure that we would have so much to talk about.
was the e-mail of the week: > > >
the drama that one question has created.If you are in love and
feel secure in your relationship then do the results of this poll
really matter? Is there a need to justify the reason or the background
of your life in order for us "internet" people to believe that
you are doing the right thing. NO, it shouldn't. When I read cK
weekly thought, I actually believed that this could have been
a hypothetical situation. Instead of wondering whether Brian and
Liza (not exactly rare first names) were a "real" couple, I reflected
on what I was doing when I was 21 and whether I felt I was ready
for that type of commitment in my life. Did Kelvin some how infringe
on anyone's privacy, no he didn't. Frankly I enjoyed the ignorant
bliss of believing that his question was meant for his readers
to self reflect. But instead it became a platform for young lovers
to defend, justify and discredit opinions, beliefs of others.
Congratulations Brian and Liza."
that I am just acknowledging the e-mails that "support"
my position in this. This was the only e-mail sent. Everyone used
the "comments section" instead. Which is totally okay.
Anyways, this subject is now over with. I still maintain my position
as not doing anything wrong. Like I said, I'm sure that I may
have offended some people, but there was no intention to. Would
I do it again? Probably not in the same way, but I would do it
for the person who called herself "Shantay",
I'm assuming you were directed to my website by Day-v-n. Thanks
for taking the time to contribute. But calling names won't get
you anywhere. I may come off as egotistical and rude or maybe
obnoxious, but that's easy to say all the way from Tampa. Why
don't you just come here to Miami and tell it to my face.
I was just kidding. Really!! What I meant was that you don't really
know the REAL me. As much as I don't know the REAL you. I encourage
you to check out the rest of the site so you can learn more about
me rather than just what you "heard". Who knows.. maybe
you'll learn something new! The reason I didn't say I was sorry
or apoligize was because that was not the issue. I am always a
very sensitive and passive person. I never attempt to offend and
I'm the first one to apoligize, even if its not my fault. But
this matter was something I truly believed I should stand firm
about. "If we don't stand for something, we'll fall for
anything." I can't remember of the top of my head where
that quote is from, but I really live by it.
last week, Liza has accepted the fact that I meant no harm. She
wants this over with, as so do I. So it is finished, right?
it is finished, then where do we go from here? Since this site
is having a growing number of readers and participators, then
I will bring up a subject that was not polled the last time it
was my Weekly Thought. I'm talking about my thought for January
29 to February 4th when I discussed religion. You can go here
to read what I "thought" then. What do you think?
Express your view in the poll and comments section!
my good friend in Toronto, Nadia, recently had her pre-wedding
ceremony. Below are the following pics that she sent me. GOOD
LUCK TO YOU NADIA and LOMESH! See you at the wedding
in October 2002.
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