Desperately seeking ...

... the following commenters on my November Word Fugitive post, which requested a word for those thoughtless folks who stop dead at the top of an escalator or walk four abreast on a busy sidewalk.

Geoff Webb

Cathy McNally

Amy M.

Hank Horsey

Space and time permitting, I'd like to credit you for your coinages in the March Atlantic. You'll each be more unmistakably you if you'll let me know by e-mail what town and state you live in - and Amy, in your case, your last name too.

 

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