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Baseball writer compares bloggers to Jews, or something [Nov. 24th, 2007|01:51 am]
Listen in, listen Ian!
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In the highly likely even that you aren't interested, skip all the baseball stuff and just co to the bottom where the journalist emailed the blogger:

The only positive thing I can think of about Hitler’s time on earth–I’m sure he would have eliminated all bloggers. In Colonial times, bloggers were called “Pamphleteers.” They hung on street corners handing them out to passersby. Now, they hang out on electronic street corners, hoping somebody mouses on to their pretentious sites. Different medium, same MO. Shakespeare accidentally summed up the genre best with these words from a MacBeth soliloquy: “. . .a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing. . .”


[User Picture]From: barrysarll
2007-11-24 01:36 pm (UTC)
Except Seyton's present for that speech, so it's not a soliloguy, so the guy's just proved himself a dolt.
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