Dr. Shellie NOT Snubbed by Zuska

Zuska wishes to announce to the entire blogiverse that Dr. Shellie was NOT being snubbed on the blogroll after I moved over here to Scienceblogs.com. Her temporary disappearance from my blogroll was due to my own ineptitude with HTML code and learning the ins and outs of Movable Type's publishing platform. Mea culpa, mea culpa, mea maxima culpa, Dr. Shellie. Everyone, please go read Dr. Shellie's blog because she is totally a member of Zuska's pantheon of goddesses.

Even goddesses screw up now and then.

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Dr. Shellie, Zuska fully supports and promotes the release of every woman's Inner Pissed-Off Woman. :) You say obnoxious; I say 'only demanding justice'. I think it was Sally Brown who said (in 'A Charlie Brown Christmas') "All I want is what I have coming to me. All I want is my fair share." You may recall her extravagant list of items on her letter to Santa, ending with "make it easy on yourself: just send money." Now that girl would have no problem negotiating a start-up package.