Just wanted to draw everyone's attention to some of the informative comments that readers have left on the blog over the past few months that you might have missed:
Amy Kreitzer tells us a little about Denny and Irene Wilson's participation in Amy's She film project.
Mike Potential leaves a long and quite illuminating comment about the Limited Potential compilation, his life after leaving Dayton, and Dayton in general.
Amy Kreitzer talks a little bit about the early days of TOXIC REASONS and how slam dancing started in Dayton.
Several people fill in the blanks on the WWSU 4-Play single.
Skyp Krantz and others enlighten us on a few things about the HANG'N PRIDE cassette and Skyp's graphic work for TOOBA BLOOZE, TOXIC REASONS, and REAL LULU.
A few people offer corrections on the Mystery of the MOM cassette.
Brian Hogarth offers some much needed corrections to the SOURBELLY Fat 4 post.
Nick Atkinson enlightens us on some of the background of BEAT POETRY FOR BEGINNERS.
A number of people offer corrections and additional information about THE PLEASURES PALE.
Several readers identify the folks who appeared in the Dayton Punkhouse Documentary of 1987.
J.R. contributes a link to some GUIDED BY VOICES downloads to the GUIDED BY VOICES MP3s post.
Ben London gives his thumbs up to the posting of the Scrappy James cassette by BIG BROWN HOUSE. Adrian Garver tells us about a show at the Building Lounge that BIG BROWN HOUSE played with FLAMING LIPS.
Angelle Gullet and SalSa clear up much of the mystery surrounding THE CAPTAIN WOODYCRAFTER cassette and accompanying video.
Grog offers some corrections on the FOURTEEN cassette.
Karen Kuras clears up my sketchy memory on the date of the HANG'N PRIDE cassette. Nick Atkinson and others deliver some insight on WALAROO SOUTH and the old Gore Club film festivals.
Amy Kreitzer throws in some DEMENTIA PRECOX memories.
Grog corrects my recollection of the Penis Flyer Story.
Grog, Nick, and Mite add some memories about CANDYASS and the Punk Rock Wedding Show.
Mite points us toward his interview with DOCTOR CREEP in a comment on the SHOCK THEATRE post.