Top Commentators for March

by Ed Lau on April 2, 2007

A blog is really meant to be interactive and I really have to thank all the folks that help make my blog as awesome as it is. So before I forget, during the month of March, the five who contributed the most to this site are:


1. Leo Chiang: I think it’s the second month in a row that Leo has taken top honors. For those of you who don’t know who Leo is, he’s an actor and all-around badass who punches people in the face as a loss prevention officer. He’s only been blogging for about two months but he’s seriously stormed out the gate and has posted a stagger 207 posts since which is crazy especially when you consider he’s hard at work on the set of his new film and Battlestar Galatica.

2. Michael Kwan: He is the man responsible for a close seppuku call for me when he announced that Top Gear was no more. I got my revenge two weeks later though after he corrected himself and Michael is still, as we speak, floating in the middle of the earth next to some dinosaur bones and mole-men. He still manages to write a great blog and write for several online publications.

3. Gary Lee: Although we will never agree on whether Los Angeles or Vancouver has the best Chinese food, Gary has been instrumental in the success of many blogs including mine with his link trains which spread word of our blogs to all corners of the world. When he’s not being a douche and making fun of my love for fine cheeses, Gary enjoys being an Apple fan boy and scouring Technorati for people with the same rank. …and Vancouver has better Chinese food.

4. Stephen Fung: He’s not the real Stephen Fung but he’s pretty close. Even though he drives a Hyundai, Stephen is still very close to being a Dot Com Mogul. Yes, I know you’re thinking how that could be possible since Hyundai’s the worst cars in the history of mankind but take my word for it. Most recently, Stephen is attempting to get people to add him to favorites by donating money to charity and so far has about 30 people out of a possible 100. Go ahead and add him, folks…the children at the hospital will thank you.

5. Ms. Danielle: She’s been a commenter for quite some time but I’ve never been able to return the favor really since Pinkdeals really had no content for men, regardless of how pink is the new black. However, she recently started her self-titled blog where she argues ethics and attempts to become the next Iron Chef.

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{ 11 comments… read them below or add one }

msdanielle April 2, 2007 at 10:36 pm

haha! cool! thanks for the link :) a guy friend of mine told me that pink on guys is called “salmon.” gimme a break! :P

and i like cheese too. the best cheese plate i had was at Sona in beverly hills. i think it took the cheese guy 10 minutes to finish describing it. if you’re in LA, definitely check it out.

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Leo April 3, 2007 at 1:32 am

Actually it’s “Dusty Salmon”, not to be confused with “Arizona Sunset”.

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Gary Lee April 2, 2007 at 10:49 pm

ugh . . i forgot to write down my top commentators before I reset it today! Thanks for the link! I won’t say SoCal Chinese food is better, I’ll show some time this month!

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Kelly Cho April 3, 2007 at 10:00 pm

San Gabriel Valley for the best chinese food! =)

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Leo April 3, 2007 at 1:33 am

Thanks for showing the speedlink love bro. The next guy I punch in the face is dedicated to you.

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Shawn Knight April 3, 2007 at 1:36 am

I swear I posted a comment in this thread yesterday picking fun at Stephen for driving the Hyundai… hrm…

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Shawn Knight April 3, 2007 at 1:37 am

OK im officially stupid, just ignore my remark above… idiot me just realized it was a totally different post… guess I need more vitamins :(

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Ed Lau April 3, 2007 at 2:36 am

He looks so ridiculous in his little Hyundai that it was worth posting twice.

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Stephen April 3, 2007 at 1:45 am

I already pick on myself for driving a Hyundai. I am truly ashamed :(

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Leo April 3, 2007 at 2:01 am

I drive you everywhere now Stephen ;)

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Gdog April 3, 2007 at 6:43 am

Don’t be ashamed, 48 million people in South Korea drive Hyundais and Kias…and they love them!!!

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