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Blogroll Amnesty Day in July - Part 1

Posted by libhom Thursday, July 15, 2010

Yes, I know it's late, but the room rates are much cheaper during the offseason, and I always forget to do it when I'm supposed to. Anyway, I should say I'm cheating in two respects.

1) Some of the links are not to blogs. They are worthwhile pages anyway, so nyah, nyah.

2) Some of the blogs obviously have much larger traffic than this one, and others have levels of traffic that I don't have any way of determining. Oh well.


Have a fabulous day, and do check out some of these blogs and regular websites.

 

4 comments

  1. I noticed that Truth About Kos is not on your list.

    That's a shame because Truth About Kos details the background of the blogosphere's foremost self-acknowledged CIA-trained blogger. Markos C. Alberto Moulitsas Zúñiga (MAMZ) admits that he was in training between 2001 and 2003 to be a "Clandestine Services" spy for the CIA.

    That two year window includes the year 2002, which is the year when MAMZ started DailyKos.

    Wow! He started a "leftist," "progressive" blog while in training to do battle with leftist groups on behalf of the CIA! That's quite a resume!

    It's all explained (but shockingly so, and to no one's satisfaction) in this transcript of MAMZ's June 2, 2006 interview with the Commonwealth Club, which transcript is a verbatim transcription of the audiotape of the interview, available on the same page.

    One of MAMZ's CIA-trained contributions to the blogosphere was to create an atmosphere in which progressive blogs were concerned more about publicity (links) than about the subjects of their posts.

    If indeed the CIA trained MAMZ specifically so that he could be useful to them in controlling the blogosphere (which seems likely considering that he started DailyKos while in training with the CIA), one purpose of the training may have been to create a pseudo-leftist blog that everyone else would emuluate in an attempt to get on that blog's bloglist.

    We heard a lot of nonsense about the egalitarianism and meritocracy of the blogosphere, but no one told us at the time that the man at the top of the meritocracy heap had the at least tacit backing of the CIA. Can anyone really believe that the CIA did not know MAMZ was starting DailyKos during his free time, while he was being evaluated as a potential spy?

    HAHAHAHAHA The whole story would be too absurd to be believed if MAMZ hadn't told this story, in his own words, in his speech at the Commonwealth Club.

    In any case, there can be no doubt that MAMZ and DailyKos were a centerpiece in a culture where blogs compete like capitalists for publicity and exposure rather than sharing it "liberally" and "progressive"ly.

    Some people, particularly gays, say that they have "gaydar." They say they can tell who is gay by secret realtime communication (through coded words and phrases, physical signs and body language?) that other people don't (and can't) perceive and don't understand.

    I'd like to know what you and your readers think after you read this letter in which MAMZ opposed ALL gay participation in the US Armed Forces. Did he signal anything about his own sexuality while castigating and ridiculing others? You'll know what I mean when you read his letter opposing ALL gay participation in the US Armed Forces.

     
  2. If indeed the CIA trained MAMZ specifically so that he could be useful to them in controlling the blogosphere (which seems likely considering that he started DailyKos while in training with the CIA), one purpose of the training may have been to create a pseudo-leftist blog that everyone else would emuluate in an attempt to get on that blog's bloglist.

    We heard a lot of nonsense about the egalitarianism and meritocracy of the blogosphere, but no one told us at the time that the man at the top of the meritocracy heap had the at least tacit backing of the CIA. Can anyone really believe that the CIA did not know MAMZ was starting DailyKos during his free time, while he was being evaluated as a potential spy?

    HAHAHAHAHA The whole story would be too absurd to be believed if MAMZ hadn't told this story, in his own words, in his speech at the Commonwealth Club.

    In any case, there can be no doubt that MAMZ and DailyKos were a centerpiece in a culture where blogs compete like capitalists for publicity and exposure rather than sharing it "liberally" and "progressive"ly.

    Some people, particularly gays, say that they have "gaydar." They say they can tell who is gay by secret realtime communication (through coded words and phrases, physical signs and body language?) that other people don't (and can't) perceive and don't understand.

    I'd like to know what you and your readers think after you read this letter in which MAMZ opposed ALL gay participation in the US Armed Forces. Did he signal anything about his own sexuality while castigating and ridiculing others? You'll know what I mean when you read his letter opposing ALL gay participation in the US Armed Forces.

     
  3. I noticed that Truth About Kos is not on your list.

    That's a shame because Truth About Kos details the background of the blogosphere's foremost self-acknowledged CIA-trained blogger. Markos C. Alberto Moulitsas Zúñiga (MAMZ) admits that he was in training between 2001 and 2003 to be a "Clandestine Services" spy for the CIA.

    That two year window includes the year 2002, which is the year when MAMZ started DailyKos.

    Wow! He started a "leftist," "progressive" blog while in training to do battle with leftist groups on behalf of the CIA! That's quite a resume!

    It's all explained (but shockingly so, and to no one's satisfaction) in this transcript of MAMZ's June 2, 2006 interview with the Commonwealth Club, which transcript is a verbatim transcription of the audiotape of the interview, available on the same page.

    One of MAMZ's CIA-trained contributions to the blogosphere was to create an atmosphere in which progressive blogs were concerned more about publicity (links) than about the subjects of their posts.

     
  4. I JUST LOVE YOUR BLOG IT GREAT MAN.JUST DON'T KNOW HOW TO PUT BUT(GREAT).

     

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