The History Bluff – Readers Lash Back!

Thank You.

Overwhelmed with love from family, friends, and the historical community, The History Bluff would like to thank all of the readers out there. Be sure to read through this article for a recap of my comments, ending with a bang thanks to a scathing review from an expert on Bonnie and Clyde. Scintillating stuff ahead, hang on to your hats!

Feedback from The History Bluffians!

First off, The History Bluff had two great suggestions from two alert and concerned historians. The first suggestion was from Don of Ohio who gave me some insight on Napoleon Bonaparte and the itch he experienced after his tummy tuck. Also, Jane from South Carolina had a hunch that there was more to Caesar’s death than an assassination. In the end, Jane was right – he died playing the game of tag.

The most interesting person to comment, B. Martinez, can’t seem to get enough of this stuff after leaving messages like, “this guy just keeps getting better and better!” Well thank you, B. Martinez, but the writer for The History Bluff is taken and also likes to think of this site as a cooperative effort involving the entire historical community.

Heated Discussions!

Speaking of the historical community, “WhatAReWriteofHistory” left a scathing review of “Goodwill vs Bonnie and Clyde.” The author claimed that the article was, “shameful and disrespectful.” Later on, the author charged The History Bluff to “get your history right.” Excellent admonition.

You’ll notice in the comment left by “WhatAReWriteofHistory” (What a name to spell! Don’t know if that’s the first or last name) that the author was kind enough to go into great detail. An exciting point is that I believe this author writes all of the Wikipedia articles. A celebrity! Check out his article here: Honestly, you don’t have to go to Wikipedia to read the article, for our convenience he copy/pasted it into his comment. Again though, WhatAReWriteofHistory, thank you for the comment and The History Bluff will thoroughly check Wikipedia on the next article.

Despite the indisputable evidence Wikipedia throws our way, The History Bluff stands by the story, just like how The History Bluff stands by the belief that America is overrun with serious people.


2 Responses to “The History Bluff – Readers Lash Back!”

  1. 1 B. Martinez June 4, 2008 at 9:48 pm

    Hey that’s me! I made headline story!
    OK -so people still aren’t getting it that this site is designed to give readers giggles and gut punching laughs?! Some people…

  2. 2 Nathan Gallion June 5, 2008 at 7:22 am

    Serious people in America? We don’t have enough of them! Everywhere you look it’s David Letterman, Jay Leno, Adam Sandler… What we need is more serious patriots like WhatAReWriteofHistory. People who are willing to stand up for truth, justice, and GoodWill.

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