Ahhh, the questions of life and the universe and everything… insistent and never-ending. The tiny little subset of them that actually relates to this site is covered here, and 42 is generally not the answer.
This FAQ is your best bet for help and answers to the questions people ask most.. Please read through the information in all four tabs below before sending e-mail. Chances are you’ll find what you’re looking for here.
When I was a kid, my dad used to repeat the old saying, “It’s hard to drain the swamp when you’re up to your ears in alligators.” (I think the word wasn’t actually “ears.” Whatever. He expected a laugh every time too. Dads. **rolls eyes**)
Hence the picture above. It’s a pretty good representation of what my e-mail inbox is like. Sometimes it chases me away from my computer and forces me to take refuge on top of large items of furniture. Sometimes I just fall asleep at the keyboard, and wake up with QWERTYUIOP imprinted on my forehead. So let me ask… plead… beg… one more time… for the sake of this poor beleaguered composer, please read through this FAQ before sending questions.
I sincerely hope your questions are answered here. There are a few somewhat interesting or amusing things buried in all Qs and As, so if, after reading all this, you’re not better informed, I hope at least that you’ve been entertained. If you don’t find your answer here, see the instructions in the blue box below.
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Soooo…. what if your question isn’t
If you’ve read the entries under each tab heading above, AND if your answer is not there, AND if the answer to your question would be of use to others, please post it below. That way everyone can benefit from your question.
- You need not include your name–if you’d rather be anonymous just make something up. If you’ve always wanted to be called “Cordelia,” now’s your chance. 😉
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- Please include your e-mail address (it won’t be published) so I can contact you if necessary.
If the answer to your question would not be of use to others, contact me by e-mail using the form at the bottom right of your screen.
Again, please, please, please read through the topics above before writing. I could easily spend all my song-writing time reading and responding to e-mail, which wouldn’t make me happy–and presumably wouldn’t make you happy either. Because of this, I simply can’t respond to questions that are already answered above. If you send a question and don’t get a response, you might want to read through the FAQ again. 🙂