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Date Written: November 23, 2004
Author: Litcube
Average Vote: 4.625

Comments:
12/3/2004 Will Disney (5): color me impressed.
12/3/2004 cuntry (5): the rose is ever so dainty, "... in the Manning Park area" is fucking great. loved it. only wish the woman had never spoken at all and handed him coffee.
12/3/2004 Mr. Pony (5): Ya'. Nice voice work! I'm confused/pleased by the "Ah...this is Doug".
12/3/2004 TheBuyer (5): you sound hilarious
12/3/2004 Will Disney: fix your preview image!!!
12/3/2004 Will Disney: Is this Manning Park? Looks lovely.
12/3/2004 anonymous: Image fixed. Yes, Disney, that's Manning Park! It is most lovely!
12/3/2004 The Rid (4): Better than average. Great ending.
12/3/2004 CrazyGuy: Don't you guys think this material is a little crude? What do you fellows think of content like this?
12/3/2004 Mr. Pony: Hi, CrazyGuy! A good way to get a basic sense of how we feel about this sort of work is to take a peek at our comments! Also, our star-ratings (one being the lowest, and five being the highest) offer a good indicator of our thoughts on any given short on the site. If you can't see the comments, no worries! Just click the "Show Comments" link! Cheers!
12/3/2004 CrazyGuy: Well Mr. Pony, I very much appreciate your help. I guess I should have known to just look at the comments, but I assumed that there were perhaps others out there who felt as I do that this sort of content is inappropriate. Perhaps they don't feel comfortable commenting. In your experience, is there pressure on acmeshorts.com to praise stories or cartoons that are vulgar and crude? What role does this have in the community?
12/3/2004 qualcomm: i feel the same way you do, crazyguy. that's why i try to bring more mature humor to the site with offerings like this.
12/3/2004 CrazyGuy: Thanks for the suggestion qualcomm.
12/4/2004 TheBuyer: 'doood. what?'
12/4/2004 John Slocum (4): much better than that frivalous 'Pants' series.
03/10/2005 Jimson S. Sorghum (4):
04/4/2005 Front (5): Man, I needed that. I was hoping the person behind the counter would be a dude.
04/4/2005 John Slocum: My name is John Slocum, and I'm here to say I wish I had 5-starred this short.