A whole lot of me

So, um, Blogcritics started this Blogcritic of the Month thing a few months ago where they pick one of us to highlight and interview, and I’m Miss November.

I’m sincerely touched. And kind of embarrassed. And a little embarrassed that I’m sincerely touched. I realize it’s not an Emmy, or even a Gemini, but it is very nice. If only I were touched to be embarrassed, we’d have some good symmetry going on here.

Lisa the Interviewer encouraged me to be long-winded in answering her questions. That’s like encouraging Rush Limbaugh to be obnoxious. So anyway, I warned you:

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10 Responses to A whole lot of me

  1. Elizabeth M. says:

    Woohoo deekay! I knew it wouldn’t be long before your obvious talents and charms were publicly recognized. Do you get a statuette? Or at least a certificate?

    Anyway, don’t forget the little people…

  2. DMc says:

    Nice profile. But I think there wasn’t enough Hugh Laurie.

  3. Kelly J. Compeau says:

    Great interview, Diane.

  4. Diane Kristine says:

    Thanks guys. Except DMc: you’re a brat.

  5. Julia says:

    Great interview, loved to read it! (And DMc was right… But the thing is there’s NEVER enough HL!!!)

    Me encantaría hacerte unos comentarios más largos, pero no quiero aburrir ni ponerte en la obligación de traducir ¿te molesta si te mando un correo electrónico?

  6. Diane Kristine says:

    Por supuesto que no! No tengo que traducir tus comentarios aqui tampoco, pero tal vez un correo electronico es mejor (it’s in the sidebar).

  7. wcdixon says:

    very nice Ms. Kristine, very nice…can we say you’ve arrived?

    Now where’s your review of HL on last weeks SNL?

  8. Diane Kristine says:

    Well, I’m not sure where I’ve arrived at, but it’s still nice.

    I don’t have the heart to write a review of the SNL episode. It was the first time I’d watched the whole show in years, and it reminded me why that is. I commented on it earlier:

    I did see HL on SNL and I was underwhelmed. Loved him, of course, but not so much most of the sketches. I have to admit I laughed at the fart sketch, but then it went on way too long. And the Queen sketch was pretty good. The “protest song” was great, but then it was an oldie from A Bit of Fry and Laurie. I was hoping for a decent House parody and was disappointed they didn’t even try, though I suppose that’s better than having to see a dismal House parody. The rest of the show was pretty terrible, except Beck.

    That’s about all I could muster as a “review.” I did like most of his monologue too, especially the jokes about British humour, but thought he seemed uncomfortable. Not that I blame him … he knew what the next hour and a half would bring.

  9. Anonymous says:

    This is Britomart. I can’t remember my blogger password. I am that lame.

    You, however, are that cool. And I’m ridiculously proud to be your friend (which one could argue has always been a ridiculous proposition, but I’m in the mood to kiss up to you right now, so I won’t).

    And, please, please tell me the possibility of carrots being evil was a shout out to me. Hee!

  10. Diane Kristine says:

    I actually like carrots. So yes, a shout out to you, ridiculous girl, just because I thought it was funny.

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