Thank you for taking the time to visit my blog. If you have any suggestions for, or criticisms of, my web site, please let me know. If there are any topics you would like me to address in one of my pieces, or any functionality you would like added to the web site, do tell. Any and all feedback is appreciated.

9 Responses to Suggestions

  1. aHetherington says:

    The best piece of holiday artwork ever created by a human/collie team:

    I told Shadow about you and Jack. She wanted to wish wellness to you both. I’m interested in your opinions about the value and virtuosity of anger in and towards modern society, if you wish to tell…and, of course, I am grateful that you created this site.

  2. bpummill says:

    Dr. Neralich. I must suggest a film for you to watch if you haven’t already. Gran Torino. One of Clint Eastwood’s best if I may say so. Also I have a wine that you must try but I forgot its name and must go back to my dorm and look at the bottle. It is an excellent chiante that I found goes very well with lobster.

    -Benjamin Pummill

  3. Steidle says:

    Dr. Neralich,
    It was a pleasure seeing you recently, and as you suggested I have come to leave a note on your website. Today after school I saw one of the most remarkable movies I’ve seen in a long time, Le Grand Voyage. Released in 2004, it’s French film that follows a father and son through Europe and the Middle East on a pilgrimage to Mecca. My aunt and I decided to watch it together, both sharing great, insightful, dialogue. One of the facets of the movie that makes it truly amazing is the incredible filming/production, something I know you appreciate in films. Netflix this one. Also, another good movie, Man Bites Dog, a mockumentary of a serial killer. It’s a gritty, dark, and well done, so much so in fact that I actually though it was real. Think you’d like it. Netflix.

    Jumping from the couch now…and into the world: I’ve been starting big plans for international travel during my gap year, and am doing well at saving money. It’s just so hard to sort through matters of when and where to go, how, etc. My eyes are set on India, and brain on volunteering or working while abroad. I don’t think I can make this happen without consulting you, and would tremendously appreciate your guidance and help. Please let me know if your email is working again (I guess by replying to this post?). Om mani padme hum.

    -Stuart Steidle

  4. Johnnie_Sanchez says:

    Dr. Neralich,
    I would be very intrigued to read your thoughts about why Christians and various other religious people proclaim that they don’t judge people (that that is God’s place), yet many are openly hostile and judgemental towards gay people. The Bible does say to “..Love one another..” (NIV John 13:34), “Do to others as you would have them do to you.” (NIV Luke 6:31), and “And if you greet only your brothers, what are you doing more than others?…” (NIV Matthew 5:47). However the Bible also says “‘If a man lies with a man as one lies with a woman, both of them have done what is detestable. They must be put to death; their blood will be on their own heads.” (NIV Leviticus 20:13)…
    Anyways, I would love to hear your thoughts.

    Miss. Sanchez!

  5. AmyEvan says:

    Dr. Neralich
    I would like to suggest that when you come in town you let us know next time and maybe there could be a Arsagas meeting or anywhere to lure you to catch up. There is a mandal being constructed here at the university and I felt the need to stop by. Seeing all the picture and actually having a talkw ith some of the monks reminded me of how much I want to go back. Hope all is well for you. Talk to you soon I hope.


  6. Kassie says:

    Namaste, oh Great Sage! 😉

    I was sent this article by a dear friend of mine, and as I was reading it, I recalled a specific question I’d once posed to you in class regarding autopsies and embalming fluids (sidenote: I’m still hashing out the legal procedures for avoiding them upon my death). I’m curious to see your thoughts on this incredible immortal sea creature, as I myself am a bit puzzled by its life cycle (or lack thereof). Is this some sort of Karmic prison, if there were such a thing?


  7. utopia says:

    neralich!! its oneida, aka “utopia”
    i need to speak to you directly. im no longer working at the “health” food store and id like to use you as a reference for my application to bordinos. call me 4793132905. pleasy please.
    hoping you are having a productive day in this horrible humidity, Oneida

  8. BooDa says:

    Dr. Neralich,

    UFC 102 is this Saturday (Couture vs. Nogueira) and my father and I are thinking about ordering it on his inordinately large high def TV. If you are interested in joining us rather than going to a sports bar then please let me know.

    Mr. Buchanan

  9. Sarah says:

    Zombieland. If you have not seen this movie yet, there is a problem you need to correct.

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