There is treachery afoot! It is clear to me now how I was sandbagged by two girls (8 & 13 years old) and their mother. Conveniently when someone who shall remain nameless (Bonnie) was posting the My Fair Lady review, she obviously stumbled upon the counter showing that JPFMovies was on its 149th review and, after claiming she quote “published it,” after I announced our 150th review extravaganza, all of a sudden, My Fair Lady appeared in the “draft but unpublished” section of the site. Naturally, it was published and became by default review number 150.
Of course, these three fine ladies are feigning ignorance, claiming, among other things, that they just didn’t know that it was not published or how to publish it correctly. I find that hard to believe considering that one of the three has several websites on which she works and is a professional blogger. I have no doubt that the three conspired against JPFMovies to slip My Fair Lady into the prime slot of review number 150. The question is, what can I do about it? Answer: nothing. We will just have to keep a more vigilant eye on the behind the scenes production here at JPFMovies.
I still can’t believe I got sandbagged by those three girls.
–A Defeated JPFMovies
October 8, 2011 at 11:34 am
Sorry for your defeat, but the whole thing (and the My Fair Lady review) was very amusing from an outside perspective.
October 8, 2011 at 3:51 pm
Thanks Will it was good to hear from you again–any specials coming up? I watched Django and though of your series on the films.
October 9, 2011 at 7:51 pm
Don’t have any big film series planned like the Django thing. I am doing my annual Horrific October right now though, and that has a similar quality to it. I’m doing 4 classic Japanese horror films, 4 Hammer Horror films and 4 Full Moon films + whatever else I have time to see and review.
This post has the list of movies: http://www.silveremulsion.com/2011/09/24/announcing-the-2nd-annual-horrific-october/
October 8, 2011 at 11:23 pm
This all may be true but ask yourself this: if Bonnie didn’t post the My Fair Lady review, then who did? Hmm…meanwhile, glad we could amuse you, Will! :-)