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Potvin Newsly on the Potvin Report is intended to be a comical web log. It is my take on anything I see, read, converse about, or think of that is funny (to me). It is basically my diary of funny. The purpose of posting it to the internet is to be able to easily share the posts with my friends. It will remain a publicly viewable web log, however, as I am not one to turn around any anonymous readers.

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  1. I just wanted to post somthing. What is your take on Nancy Pelowsi. I want to read somthing funny, kinda true about her. Oh I think I spelled Pelowsi wrong.

    Comment by matt eley — Monday, March 30, 2009 @ 10:32 pm | Reply

  2. To Whom It May Concern:
    My partner and I recently discovered that you had used our names without our consent and quote both of us as saying things that we have never said. Even if, as you state, your intent is to be “comical”, you stepped over a line. You need to remove the names of myself and my partner from your “blog” dated May 28, 2009, or you will be hearing from our attorney.
    Peter Ashurst

    Comment by Peter Ashurst — Monday, May 17, 2010 @ 10:05 pm | Reply

    • Two things, Mr. Peter Ashurst (if that is your real name):

      First of all, shut the fuck up and try having some thick skin; it’s a fucking no-name web log – who gives a shit besides little crybabies? Also, I’m pretty sure I came up with those names at random, and if they happen to exactly match the names of two homosexual male partners in San Francisco, then boo hoo, what a coincidence. Eat shit, die, and eat more shit. Die again if possible.

      Second of all, okay. I am sorry about using your names without permission and hope that I did not offend you. If I did offend you, my apologies again. I would also like to say that I support gay rights and my article was not meant to demean the movement or any particular individuals mentioned. Again, sorry, and I hope you accept my apologies. I have changed the names to what I believe to be acceptably ficticious names; please let me know if you still find offense and I will change them further. Also, thank you for your comment and input.

      Comment by Jill Hater — Thursday, May 20, 2010 @ 9:08 pm | Reply


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