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Name:  Kristen Winter -- Email:
Hi JohnWCooper! I like your article about finding student housing on U of M's campus...look forward to talking to you and getting to know you!  We just moved to Ann Arbor and it's a blast so far!

Name:  George S Lee -- Email:
Location: Cape Town, Western Cape  South Africa
I am 72 and was rather young at the time, although I have vivid memories of the "Battle of Britain", as I lived near an RAF fighter station.

Name:  Richard Ross -- Email:
Location: Kodiak, Alaska  U.S.A.
I heard this a.m. that Gore Vidal?? claimed Japanese were trying to surrender, he declined because he wanted to use the bomb to warn Russia; I'm looking for the truth.

Name:  Tania -- Email:
Location: Gold Coast, QLD  australia
cool i love the mafia hahahahaha

Name: -- Email:
Location: Flint, mi
Doing a research paper on Right to lo\Work and found yours. Now trying to find info about writer (YOU), neutrality on subject. credentials and credibility.

Name:  lisa-ann knowels -- Email:
could you please send me info on the atomic bomb every week

Name:  Chad Allen -- Email:
Need help finding research

Name:  Jess Johnson -- Email:
I'm doing a report on the Pros/Cons on the atomic bombs and this helped a bunch. Thanks

Name:  Susan Slick -- Email:
Location: Altus, Ok  US
Just doing a little research for my diplomatic history class.  Thanks!

Name:  JOHN W COOPER -- Email:
Location: spanish  fort, al  us

Name:  Bianca Rivera -- Email:
Location: Philadelphia, PA  United States
This article is fascinating. It answered many questions I had about the bombing as well as what other's reactions to the bombing were.

Name:  Louise Pajak -- Email:
Location: Plaistow, NH  USA
Our school administartion is considering a move to 4X4; thanks for the research. L. Pajak


Name:  Heather Edwards -- Email:
Location: Milwaukie, OR  USA
My teacher recommened checking out this site for research.

Name:  Alex -- Email:
checking out website for research

Name:  Stephanie Jones -- Email:
Location: Charlotte, NC  US
Wow that site is real useful. I liked your paper on rescheduling public schools. As a youth advocate I feel many kids aren't getting the best education they could get because:
A: They wake up too damn early to focus on anything.
B: The curriculum is lame and easily forgettable.
C: Teens need more time to learn and process.
Keep on Keepin on.

Name:  beca fletcher -- Email:  chickenugget215@aol.ocm
Location: Middletown, Pa  USA
Great Job and Good info! must have taken a lot of time kutoos to you

Name:  Roger Roberts -- Email:
Location: Aberystwyth, Wales  United Kingdom
I am researching reasons behind the first use of the Atomic Bomb

Name: Jobby
I liked your website, it has all the info one need to know about ann arbor. Kudos.

Name: Kyle Allman -- Email:
Location: Deltona, FL USA
  • Checking it out for research

  • 12/13/2007
    Name: Nina Marie Lambert -- Email:
    Location: grants Pass, OR USA
  • Our School Board has decided without any input from parents to implement from a semester to a trimester as well as block scheduling of all core classes. HELP!

  • 11/16/2007
    Name: Paridhi -- Email:
    Location: Ann Arbor, MI USA
  • Really helpful

  • 10/28/2007
    Name: Renee Morris -- Email:
    Location: johnson city , tn USA
  • Thanks for sharing your information on this subject. I am debating the pros/cons of dropping the bombs.

  • 10/27/2007
    Name: Lucy Kester -- Email:
    Location: Taylor Mill, Kentucky USA
  • I like the math statistics tremendously and that assisted me in making my decision against block scheduling. Thank you

  • 10/13/2007
    Name: Tyler Eliason -- Email: Hidden
  • Info for reserch paper

  • 10/07/2007
    Name: Dan Coyne -- Email:
    Location: Allison Park, PA USA
  • I suggested this article to several students working on U.S. thesis papers last spring. It gave them much to consider. Well done.

  • 09/30/2007
    Name: Jerad -- Email: hidden@purdue
  • Hey, my name is Jerad and I was browsing your website. I searched for Ann Arbor housing and your site came up. I am currently a student at Purdue. In the spring, I will be working for Toyota and their Tech center in Ann Arbor. I will only be working there for around 5 months (Jan. - May). I was wondering if you could recommend some decent places to live that are close to the bar area, yet not too far from the Toyota facilities. If you could help me out, that would be awesome. If not, thats cool too. Thanks, Jerad

  • 09/07/2007
    Name: Jessica -- Email: Hidden
  • I'm here to learn

  • 08/31/2007
    Name: Tammy -- Email: hidden
    Location: Springfield, Oregon
  • My grandfather was a U of M English Prof, and I am returning to Ann Arbor in early September to read through his personal journals that he donated to the Bentley Historical Library upon his death. I lived in Ann Arbor briefly in 1972-73, but since I am pretty out of touch with the Ann Arbor community I genuinely enjoyed your site as I have been looking online to find "best" restaurants, etc., to try during my visit. Thanks!

  • 08/29/2007
    Name: Rencheng WANG -- Email:
    Location: Ann Arbor, MI WASHTW
  • First comer here

  • 08/27/2007
    Name: Joe AKA Han -- Email:
    Location: Columbus, Proud Buckeye Mars
  • Hey, I thought you were going to... mention my name on your website. From JH

  • 08/21/2007
    Name: Julia Spina-Kilar -- Email:
    Location: W. Bfld,
  • LOVED the pictures! Looks like you three had one great time!! Thanks for sharing

  • 08/06/2007
    Name: Ed -- Email:
  • Hi John,

    I write for WWJ radio’s Daily Dash. I would like to extensively quote from and re-print portions of your paper on Right To Work states for an article to be sent in our daily email newsletter. Please email with your response, and thank you!

    WWJ Newsradio 950, Detroit
    Wall Street Journal Radio

  • 07/15/2007
    Name: Robert -- Email:
    Location: Flat Rock, MI USA
  • The President holds the only truly national office. His election should be national. Perhaps had Geoge Bush not been elected in 2000, we would not be in the mess we are in now.

  • 05/27/2007
    Name:  Jerry Lucas -- Email:
  • this site was quite informative, i was doing a report for school and this information helped me on my report. thanks.

  • 05/12/2007
    Name:  Mike Venanzi -- Email:
    Location: Roselle Park, New Jersey  USA
  • I used a few of your facts for a high school term history paper. Don't worry, it was fully cited.

  • 05/12/2007
    Name:  houda -- Email:
    Location: oxford,   united kingdom
  • need information for my daughter homework

  • 05/05/2007
    Name: john [hidden@hidden]
  • I read an article you wrote about Block Scheduling. "Block Scheduling: Is this Right for America’s Public Schools?"I am curious if there is more data that would be used to argue for or against the block schedule, especially in regards to student achievement on standardized tests. I purposely am not showing my thoughts so as to not prejudice your answer. Thank you for any information you can give. Links to relevant sites would be helpful. There seems to be very little data on the aspect of block scheduling other than studies done in the mid and late 90's.

  • 04/13/2007
    Name: Nancy -- Email: Hidden
  • Hi John,
    I'm a parent of a high-schooler at West Seattle High School. Parents are trying to push teachers to leave the four period day and go back to six. Our experience is very similar to your article. Do you have any more current information that could help our cause? Any advice?

  • 04/08/2007
    Name: Shoan
    Location: US
  • Couldn't remember how to play and it is d-tailed. My dad wants something to do for a group of people and this is just what the doctor ordered.

  • 04/05/2007
    Name: Ali -- Email:
    Location: Mississauga, Ontario Canada
  • i am visting Ann Arbor for the first time, and your site is really helpful. Thanks

  • 04/03/2007
    Name: Veronica -- Email:
    Location: Ann Arbor
  • hey john, it's veronica, don't' know if you remember
    me but during my first week i met you at the Union when you
    were promoting Circle K. Then we played tennis! so just want to let you
    know i thought about that today and it was a great memory! hope all is well!

  • 04/01/2007
    Name: Tulika -- Email:
    Location: New Zealand
  • Your website was very useful in finding a nice restaurant for dinner.

  • Friday, April 01, 2007 -- 9:44:01 (EDT)
    Name: J. Carides --
    Location: Sarasota, FL USA
  • I came across your article and wondered how you came to write it, whether you are a freelancer or have credentials as a historian, what is your background, etc. Have you published any other works and if so, on what subjects? Also, it's several years old now - are there any aspects you would revise?

  • Friday, April 4, 2007 -- 5:37:58 (EDT)
    Name: Garri -- Email:
    Location: Brooklyn, New York United States
  • Just trying to learn some more.

  • Friday, March 14, 2007 -- 10:09:02 (EDT)
    Name: Raymond LaBelle --
    Location: Houston, Texas USA
  • I suddenly became interested in the true motivation for dropping the bomb on Hiroshima, and found your article in a Google search.

  • Friday, March 4, 2007 -- 7:44:08 (EDT)
    Name: Katie Kraus --
    Location: Avon, Ohio United States of America
  • My name is Katie Kraus, I am a high school studen in ohio and I am researching Truman's use of the atomic bomb myself. Do not worry I am not in the habbit of using perjury. I just found your paper to be extrememly interesting and well researched, and quite interesting. I am quite impressed, by the depth that your paper delved into all the parties involved. I did not agree with some of the content, but thus it the reason for a paper, to state opinions. I just wanted to extend my compiments and hope to read some more of your work again.

    Katie Kraus

  • Friday, March 02, 2007 -- 21:42:50 (EDT)
    Name: Christina E. Davis --
    Location: Washington, DC USA
  • Howdy, I'm a law student at Georgetown, doing some preliminary research on members-only contracts in the context of labor arbitration, and you're site popped up in Google... So congratulations! You're practically famous in my book!

  • Friday, Feb 08, 2007 -- 19:41:46 (EDT)
    Name: E. Overbeke --
  • I got into a real good argument with a "revisionist" who is convinced with the new info out there that Truman really didn't need the bomb to end the war. rather other motives were at stake i.e. impress the Soviets....Hey...Truman is one of my heroes. But I guess I should always be aware of new material that is discovered on the topic. Looking forward to reading your article...

  • Friday, Feb 2, 2007 -- 22:00:42 (EDT)
    Name: Stacey Lauser --
    Location: knoxville, TN USA
  • Hi John, Im just visiting your website because I am a student in a political science class, and I have to have a small dissertation or discussion briefly on grievance cases/ results by Monday! Political Sci is not my strength, but I am looking forward to learning more about it. I will revisit the right to work case on saturday or sunday since its getting late. Thank you for any advice you may have. Have a nice weekend. Stacey L

  • Friday, Jan 04, 2007 -- 11:14:25 (EDT)
    Name: Bonnie Cox --
    Location: Ocala, FL USA
  • I was just trying to find information on right to work laws.

  • Monday, October 10, 2006 -- 21:25:01 (EST)
    Name: Glória Paiva --
    Location: , Minas Gerais Brazil
  • Dear Mr. Cooper,

    I am the reporter for international subjects at the brazilian newspaper O Tempo, located in Minas Gerais, Brazil.

    We have a special weekly edition, and this time, we are preparing a report about the nuclear issues around the world (re-lived by the North Korea actions). My intentions, in the texts, is to analyse the north-korean actions, the peace / nuclear possibilites in the world and to make people remember Hiroshima and Nagasaki and the main reasons which lead to the bombings.

    I read your work "Truman´s Motivations", on your webpage, and I would like to invite you to write us a short article about the issues I mentioned above. Unfortunately, we can´t afford the writers, but it would be great for us to have your text. In case of you acceptace, it should have 40 lines (Word Doc., approx. 1 page, size 12), and be sent to me until thursday (Oct. 19th).

    It would be translated to portuguese by one of our translators and published next sunday (Oct. 22nd).

    If you don´t have time to write it, I ask your permission to use pieces of your work, in my texts, always quoting the author and its source, of course.

    Thanks in advance and look forward to hearing from you.

    All the best,

    Glória Paiva - reporter

  • Tuesday, May 02, 2006 -- 16:17:24 (EDT)
    Name: David --
    Location: , Denmark
  • Very good Truman paper. I do not necessarily agree with all of it (namely the intention to prevent Soviet entry into the war), however a very good read that kickstarted my own extended essay regarding the incentives of the truman administration to deploy the US nuclear arsenal against Japan. Catchy title eh? :D

  • Monday, April 24, 2006 -- 00:35:19 (EDT)
    Name: Liz
  • You have a really thorough website here and very helpful, but I would just make the comment that I am eating NYPD pizza right now and it has got to be the worst pizza I've ever had! And I am miserable finishing writing my thesis which is due tomorrow so I was savoring the taste of delicious pizza in my mouth and was hugely disappointed. But that's not your fault - it just looks like the Michigan Daily has incredibly bad pizza tasting skills.

  • Sunday, April 23, 2006 -- 16:54:16 (EDT)
    Name: Mgbada Ezeigbo --
    Location: , Lome Togo
  • The information on the effects of right to work laws is exceptional.

  • Monday, April 17, 2006 -- 16:19:01 (EDT)
    Name: Douglas Hogan --
    Location: , United States
  • The page about flag burning was insightful.

  • Monday, March 20, 2006 -- 20:23:01 (EST)
    Name: Chris Poulos --
    Location: , Maine USA
  • I've been reading your essay on Truman's motivations for using the atomic bomb in WWII. I haven't read the whole thing yet but plan to tomorrow. I am writing a essay in which I will argue whether or not the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki were acts of genocide. The paper is for a history course on Genocide I am taking purely out of interest because I am a poli sci and eco major. I still haven't developed a thesis and I'm looking for more information on the topic. If you know of any research done on this question or have an opinion on the matter yourself it would be great to hear from you.


  • Saturday, February 04, 2006 -- 09:32:54 (EST)
    Name: Ray Leach --
    Location: Escanaba, Michigan USA
  • Interested in Right To Work issues.

  • Sunday, January 29, 2006 -- 19:17:20 (EST)
    Name: Brittany --
    Location: O'Fallon, Mo United States
  • I'm doing a debate on whether atomic bombs were ok to use.

  • Tuesday, December 27, 2005 -- 21:29:11 (EST)
    Name: Melissa
  • Sweet

  • Saturday, December 10, 2005 -- 15:55:00 (EST)
    Name: Sherima DaCosta --
    Location: Basseterre St Kitts (Caribbean)
  • The information on the effects of right to work laws is exceptional.

  • Thursday, December 01, 2005 -- 08:18:00 (EST)
    Name: miranda --
    Location: new minas, nova scotia canada
  • Could you send me information about the positive outcomes of semestered systems in high schools?

  • Thursday, November 17, 2005 -- 02:54:12 (EST)
    Name: Thomas E. Goodwin, G.G. --
    Location: Las Vegas, Nevada USA
  • The article on President Truman's decision to use the first atomic bombs against Japan was very well written and researched. My late Father, Lt. Howard E. Goodwin (20th AF) was one of the first atomic weaponeers trained at Sandia Base in Albuquerque, New Mexico after the war. He paid tribute to "Providence" that World War III didn't follow World War II in rapid succession.

  • Monday, November 07, 2005 -- 08:33:42 (EST)
    Name: Stacey Pratt --
    Location: Hikone, Japan
  • Great website! I found it very insightful and helpful to those students wishing to find pretty much anything fun to do in Ann Arbor.

  • Friday, October 28, 2005 -- 22:04:06 (EDT)
    Name: Luther Mitchell --
  • John you are friggin' great. The camping trip this past weekend in Canadia..."awesome."
    Happy Halloween

  • Friday, October 28, 2005 -- 15:13:25 (EDT)
    Name: Preston D. Brown --
    Location: Columbus, Ohio United States
  • Lots of respect to Mich and its football team - I want to thank you all for the Greatest Rivalry in Sports - look forward to this years game - Go Bucks

  • Tuesday, September 27, 2005 -- 11:35:32 (EDT)
    Name: Joe Hammond --
    Location: Richfield, MN USA
  • Hey John, nice work in the new Mafia photos (2005) album. See you in the Fall dude.

  • Sunday, August 07, 2005 -- 15:22:12 (EDT)
    Name: kyle yam --
    Location: minneapolis, mn
  • Two thumbs up through the ceiling!

  • Saturday, July 23, 2005 -- 02:39:56 (EDT)
    Name: brittany --
    Location: winter haven, fl usa
  • hello...i read an article by you about "block scheduling", and i am a student that currently goes to high school. I am a part of the "4x4" curriculum...which i seem to like. its alot easier, except there are more credits envolved. I am soon, most likely going to be moving to tennessee where they do not have this. which means i must take the course ALL YEAR LONG, to recieve full credit.... Let me know what you think thanks. -Brittany

  • Tuesday, July 12, 2005 -- 10:37:07 (EDT)
    Name: Oma J. Fowler --
    Location: Matoaka, WV USA
  • Thanks for presenting some great material I could use in my graduate courses.

  • Thursday, June 02, 2005 -- 09:35:01 (EDT)
    Name: Samih Zaman -- Email:
    Location: Hunt Valley, MD
  • Hey John, nice work in the new Mafia photos (2005) album. See you in the Fall dude.

  • Thursday, March 10, 2005 -- 18:57:55 (EST)
    Name: Maria Rivera --
    Location: Brooklyn , NY NY
  • your web site on the atomic bomb help me with my school project

  • Monday, March 07, 2005 -- 14:33:03 (EST)
    Name: Brian Boone --
    Location: Avon Lake, OH
  • just looking for different perspectives on block scheduling. ty for your research it was very informative.

  • Thursday, February 10, 2005 -- 14:21:13 (EST)
    Name: ROGER POAHA --
  • Just yesterday, Feb. 9, 2005, I came across your web site while searching for "all-skill card games", and saw [the] ultimate all-skill card game and downloaded the rules and just got to play it this morning, before I dropped into our local library to get onto the internet, using their free computer systems.
    I just want to say that I thoroughly enjoy [the] game very much, as I'm always seeking new, all-skill(only) card games, or any board games that require the maximum amount of skill. I am always seeking out new all-skill solitaire games or all-skill games for at least one or two players, and I am very glad I found your web site.
    I also have the rules for Teeko, Skarney, and few of John Scarne's all-skill board games, which I play once in awhile whenever I have the time, and your game has been added to my all-skill game list. Another great all-skill card game, if you haven't heard of it by now, is Mate, a card game for two players, in which both players play one round, then before the second (final round) they switch hands--so that each plays the same hands once, thus eliminating the "luck" factor. [The] game is similar in that each player has the same value cards (from Ace to King (except suits don't count), but [the] game is better because there is no need to switch hands as both players have the same value cards.
    By the way, what is the name of [the] game? Is is simply the "ultimate all-skill card game", or does it have a shorter name?
    Anyway, thanks for a very great game. I'll be playing this game with family members and see how they like it. Thank you very much. ROGER POAHA

  • Friday, January 21, 2005 -- 21:01:05 (EST)
    Name: Holly --
  • John, you have way too much time on your hands. :)

  • Thursday, January 13, 2005 -- 16:45:46 (EST)
    Name: Marilyn Debeul --
    Location: .St.Heights, Mi
  • I really enjoyed your pictures. Marilyn

  • Friday, December 31, 2004 -- 19:51:45 (EST)
    Name: Carly and her friends -- Email:
    Location: Brighton, Michigan US
  • Hey Johnny! haha we are leaving u a cool message because we are cool. Heck yes! Happy New Year's Johnny Boy!

    -Carly, Kelli, Brooke, Jaclyn (not Nicole)

    Tuesday, November 16, 2004 -- 22:30:06 (EST)
    Name: Rae Platte -- Email:
    Location: MI USA
  • i agree, fawlty towers is fabulous. your site amuses me...see you when the killings commence once more

    Monday, August 23, 2004 -- 09:32:48 (EDT)
    Name: Terri -- Email:
    Location: England
  • The paper on the atomic bomb really helped. Thanks a lot!

  • Wednesday, August 18, 2004 -- 11:25:42 (EDT)
    Name: Y. Kusakawa -- Email:
    Location: Aichi, AK Japan
  • The only one from Japan! So good to hear your enlightened thoughts. Peace. Please remember us.

    Wednesday, August 18, 2004 -- 11:23:25 (EDT)
    Name: Blaine -- Email:
    Location: Tennessee USA
  • It has been a few years, but it is good to see that things are still going strong! Keep it going Cooper! You are one in a million!

    Friday, June 25, 2004 -- 22:12:05 (EDT)
    Name: Shih Wen-Tien -- Email:
    Location: Tainan, Taiwan, ROC
  • The site was very informative and revealing. More power to you.

    Friday, May 07, 2004 -- 00:29:46 (EDT)
    Name: stewart -- Email:
    Location: Oakland , California USA
  • Your paper really helped me understand more about The Atomic bomb and the conflict.

    Monday, March 08, 2004 -- 15:12:13 (EST)
    Name: Shari -- Email:
    Location: MI USA
  • super super cool webpage john. don't go to mine. it's still bare.

    Sunday, November 02, 2003 -- 23:59:52 (EST)
    Name: Pam -- Email:
  • This is cool

    Monday, October 27, 2003 -- 02:25:37 (EST)
    Name: Monica -- Email:
    Location: Middletown, New York
  • I heard that John could make things happen...but immortality? So, by signing the guestbook, I have joined the ranks of John Cooper's adoring fans...and there seem to be many :)

    Sunday, October 26, 2003 -- 11:53:37 (EST)
    Name: Joe Stierman -- Email:
    Location: Dearborn Heights, MI USA
  • Poor spider, cool site =)

    Monday, October 20, 2003 -- 21:20:11 (EDT)
    Name: Amy Falkenmeyer -- Email:
    Location: Johnsonville, South Carolina United States
  • I was just getting some information from your website. And yes I did give you credit. I had to write a persuasive essay about Block Scheduling. Thank You, Amy Falkenmeyer

    Monday, October 13, 2003 -- 23:30:11 (EDT)
    Name: Lindsey Gallo -- Email:
    Location: Freehold, NJ
  • Coops...what can I say. I told you I'd love you forever and I mean it!! Anyway you have to do the MAcc cause I can't do accounting group work without you!

    Tuesday, October 07, 2003 -- 11:06:21 (EDT)
    Name: Ann Kim -- Email:
    Location: Los Angeles, CA
  • OOoooo! i'm immortal now~ John you are so cool. i'll call/write you. maybe i can help with that mafia. i've played with others and it wasn't anywhere near the fun we had.... ttyl~

    Monday, September 01, 2003 -- 18:09:02 (EDT)
    Name: Chris Stallman -- Email:
    Location: Momence, IL USA
  • It was fun working together. Let me know when the mafia thing gets up and running.
    Tuesday, August 05, 2003 -- 11:18:03 (EDT)
    Name: Drew Tinnin -- Email:
    Location: Ann Arbor, MI USA
  • Nice site! Almost as energetic as you in the flesh :)

    Saturday, July 26, 2003 -- 14:14:02 (EDT)
    Name: Soutrik Pramanik -- Email:
    Location: Okemos, MI USA
  • Whats up John! Cool pictures of orientation, though this years is not up yet... We have to play risk sometime soon (before the summer ends and I am off to Ithaca). Can you believe that we only have 2 more weeks left before orientation is over? Its been such a blast though! :)
    Sunday, June 01, 2003 -- 08:33:28 (EDT)
    Name: Holly -- Email:
    Location: Farmington Hills, MI USA
  • Thanks!
    Friday, April 18, 2003 -- 00:29:07 (EDT)
    Name: Helena Simpson -- Email:
    Location: Traverse City, MI USA
  • The FAQ section was most enlightening. Plus, now that I know your class schedule I can stalk you. ;- )
    Friday, September 20, 2002 -- 16:32:14 (EDT)
    Name: jeff -- Email:
    Location: skokie, il
  • hiya john, very nice meeting you @ mafia night. wishing you the best of days @ b-school. michigan rocks

    Wednesday, September 18, 2002 -- 00:14:27 (EDT)
    Name: Joanna -- Email:
    Location: Boston, MA.
  • hey john! you were one of my leaders at orientation and you seemed like a really cool guy. my friend, nick, and i would like to play pool or mafia with you sometime. we'll get in touch.

    Wednesday, September 11, 2002 -- 23:31:53 (EDT)
    Name: agboga -- Email:
    Location: benin, state dubia
  • mugu stay clay,

    Monday, September 09, 2002 -- 08:42:38 (EDT)
    Name: Fernando Yarza
    Location: Woodhaven, MI West of Canada
  • I'm not too sure about the immortal thing. It would be great, but this site is cool enough at the moment.

    Tuesday, September 03, 2002 -- 21:17:16 (EDT)
    Name: Abe Thurtell -- Email:
    Location: Plymouth, MI Venezuela
  • Is the hypothesis that people who sign this book become immortal based on the fact that nobody who has signed it has died yet?

    Tuesday, September 03, 2002 -- 16:25:09 (EDT)
    Name: Carolyn -- Email:
    Location: Beverly Hills, Michigan USA
  • this looks really amusing...can't wait to check out the rest of it!

    Tuesday, July 23, 2002 -- 00:29:40 (EDT)
    Name: Bri -- Email: you know it
    Location: troy, mi usa
  • like the smiley face :)

    Friday, July 05, 2002 -- 20:19:25 (EDT)
    Name: eXistentialista -- Email:
    Location: belleville, mi usa
  • amusing indeed...keep it up, john! not sure how i got in here...but your papers were somewhat interesting...peace to you! ~ X ~

    Monday, January 28, 2002 -- 18:39:25 (EST)
    Name: John Laich -- Email:
    Location: Rochester Hills, Michigan USA
  • Research indicates that B-school students, upon entrance into B-school, have less time with which to create glorified personal cybershrines. On the upside, however, is 'no class on Friday.

    Wednesday, November 28, 2001 -- 00:12:05 (EST)
    Name: Paco The Magic Taco -- Email:
    Location: Farmington Hills, MI USA
  • John W. Cooper does not change his away message frequently enough. It has become boring to look at, and personally, I am very disappointed in him. Please encourage him to change it, along with his profile on a regular basis.

    Monday, October 29, 2001 -- 17:12:28 (EST)
    Name: Lisa Perry-- Email:
    Location: Sault Ste Marie, MI
  • You are so vain... I love it.

    Thursday, October 11, 2001 -- 19:50:49 (EDT)
    Name: Jane Kleyman-- Email:
    Location: Walled Lake, MI USA
  • John, if only you could direct your creative energy towards something actually USEFUL

    Monday, October 01, 2001 -- 13:20:22 (EDT)
    Name: Adam Williams -- Email:
    Location: erie, pa usa
  • You have (or had) too much time on your hands. That's a good thing, though...

    Thursday, September 27, 2001 -- 20:40:55 (EDT)
    Name: Adam Jaros -- Email:
    Location: East Lansing, Michigan USA! USA! USA!
  • I think sleeping is the only thing the human mind can do to understand God.

    Thursday, September 20, 2001 -- 10:44:18 (EDT)
    Name: Stephen Leverett -- Email:
    Location: Lansing, MI USA
  • Go Blue!!

    Tuesday, September 04, 2001 -- 11:50:53 (EDT)
    Name: :-)
  • :-)

    Monday, September 03, 2001 -- 18:35:44 (EDT)
    Name: Scott Schlimmer -- Email:
  • Wow this is one pimped out site! I'm impressed.

    Sunday, September 02, 2001 -- 16:01:35 (EDT)
    Name: T. Casey Brennan -- Email:
    Location: Ann Arbor, MI US
  • I'm a comic book writer who visited East Quad in 1970. The URL is a story about my stay there: -- I'm hoping to see it published in some East Quad newsletter, or at least, printed up and posted on some bulletin boards!

    Friday, August 31, 2001 -- 19:39:15 (EDT)
    Name: Su Panetta -- Email:
    Location: Buffalo, New York

    Thursday, August 2, 2001 -- 18:12:06 (EDT)
    Name: Mariska Bardos -- Email:
    Location: Grand Rapids, Michigan
  • I don't have any comments right now because I haven't toured the site yet! But one thing's for sure, John Cooper seems to be happy most of the time. He's a happy person! :) Mariska

    Wednesday, January 31, 2001 -- 19:52:15 (EDT)
    Name: Pat Torres -- Email:
    Location: Southfield, MI,
  • Great Site. I hope you're enjoying U of M.

    Wednesday, January 31, 2001 -- 18:29:54 (EDT)
    Name: The Colonel -- Email:
    Location: West Point, NY,
  • Great site Coop. But you should never have revealed the Power Book to the general public. That information in the wrong hands...

    Tuesday, January 30, 2001 -- 20:41:45 PM
    Name: *Jess*ca -- Email:
    Location: Clinton Township, MI,
  • Hey, John, nice site. It looks terrific. Matt and I are checkin it out, so he'll have to come back later and sign the book. Good luck in Spanish! . : * : . *Jess*ca* . : * : .

    Tuesday, January 30, 2001 -- 17:36:52 (EDT)
    Name: Teresa -- Email:
    Location: Besides Ann Arbor? Have I ever lived in Ann Arbor? You know, we can't all go to U of M. Currently, Cambridge, Massachusetts.,
  • Though oh-so-attractive John's face, Helps win all the hits to this place, I'm glad that my quote, Helps this site stay afloat, As you must know is truly the case.

    Monday, January 29, 2001 -- 11:09:26 PM(EDT)
    Name: KT -- Email:
    Location: FH, MI and Bloomington, IN,
  • Never forget Coop that the steamship always overcomes the motorboat. Enjoy college! P.S. You have too much time on your hands

    Sunday, January 28, 2001 -- 19:12:06 (EDT)
    Name: Julie Bailey -- Email:
    Location: which one? Farmington Hills, MI; Warren, MI; Sicklerville, NJ,
  • Go Blue!!

    Sunday, January 28, 2001 -- 18:38:26 PM (EDT)
    Name: Griz -- Email:
    Location: WB & Notre Dame, MI & IN USA
  • Very nice site Coopie. I'm not sure I'll have the time to read all your papers, but I may peruse some of the other links. Don't forget to include something nice about Euchre on your site. Glad you're having a blast down at UofM! Can't wait until our Junior year when ND comes to town! Wahaha! Talk to ya lata!
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