I have a comment on the topic though, I noticed at the top of every page, no matter which one you view, is a "Search" box and in small letters, "lyric search" which negates the menu opinion. I suggest if you want to find a lyric or song, type there, it works fantastic! And as Billy said, in the menu under music is a lyrics tab, also works great.
Jeezus... Where the fuck to start.
Ok. First of all, it's common 'Net Etiquette' that when you're responding to something that you quote what it is you're responding to. There's some handy information here
if you're curious to read more about that.
This avoids situations like the message I'm quoting of yours where you appear to be responding to a personal flame by giving advice on where to find the Lyric Search.
Secondly, by proper quoting you avoid situations where things might be misconstrued. For instance, had you quoted a post of mine with that comment about the Lyrics search and how great it works I might have ended up going into Flamethrower mode since I'd written the Lyrics Search script (or if Lippert has rewritten it I'd at least written the original one.)
As for some of the comments you've posted on other threads dealing with things said in this one:
You had made the comment:
Now, although IMHO this is one of the most awesomely designed Web sites I visit, the above quote does say a lot about Web Design and Menus.
Then 'everyone'please voice yourself now. If you find insult in the words 'awesome', 'Web sites', 'designed' and 'visit', or the 'IMHO' ('In my humble opinion' for the non-web savy), then we need to know so we all can change our use of the english language.
Now, while technically correct, your original comment did lend itself towards confusion. Not the least of which is that you made the comment in response to someone looking for a feature which exists on this site, but the user could not find. In that context it is quite
easy to misread your comment as sarcasm.
The amusing thing is that had you written your original comment in a way which would have been more gramatically correct, such confusion wouldn't have been possible. For instance, a possible alternate wording of it could have been:Now, though this is strictly my opinion, but off all the web sites that I visit, the layout here (www.patmccurdy.com) is simply one of the best I?ve seen.
But of course, where would the world be if everyone communicated their thoughts, feelings, and ideas clearly. World Peace?
But that's just my opinion...
(*listens for the Denis Miller echo, 'but I could be wrong.')