(In)Frequently Asked Questions!

What’s 421A? – A blog.

I know that I mean what does 421A mean? – 421A is the Las Vegas Metro Police Department’s code for someone having mental issues. Considering most of the 421A calls I heard while I was working in news out there were of people who while otherwise harmless, were rambling incoherently, and sometimes shouting. It seems like a good euphemism (metaphor?) for me and this blog.

Explain Douglas Avenue? – I guess that counts as a question since there’s a question mark at the end. Douglas Avenue is the street I grew up on, and somehow became the ‘brand’ for all my online properties, which back when not everyone and their dog could easily have a web presence, was kind of but not very popular. Also, for the record I did not use Douglas Avenue for any of my security questions, so you can stop trying to break into my bank account. There’s no money in there anyway.

What’s the blog about? – The main tint of this site is anime, especially since I went through the trouble of buying the .moe domain name, but it’s a general-purpose what the fuck ever blog for me, for whenever I get the creative crabs and have the itch to write. So while you will mostly see anime posts here, you might get to see me rant about certain fuckwits who run things.

Are you always so vile? – Online? Yes. Offline, a little.

Why should I read your blog? – You shouldn’t. It’s terrible and I do it only as a desperate attempt to remain relevant and have some of me stick around after I’m dead. I’m an introverted attention whore, which is the worst kind of attention whore to be.

Some of the stuff on here is NSFW! Why? – I don’t write this blog at work, therefore what I put on here is safe for me. If your work is so wonky about half-naked anime chicks, perhaps you shouldn’t be online during work hours!

Has anyone really asked any of these questions? – Not yet, and thanks to this FAQ, they never will.

Contact me if you like! Twitter @erinwinking or email – erin AT douglasavenue DOT com. I think there’s a contact form somewhere on this site as well.

Make sure you remove the |, spaces, and change the AT to an @ and the DOT to a .

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