Monday, October 5, 2009

Blogsai


Yes, I just coined a word for a small yet perfectly formed blog, pruned to perfection. Go on, google it.

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BREAKING NEWS! Stop the presses and put it on the front page:

Hardly the most serious of his crimes.

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Reprise: did anyone else see this above it and make the link?

"We will build a shoe to last 1000 years."

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Ah. You must mean these claims.

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Don't be ridiculous.

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Finally, a contribution from EtH acolyte Hannah-Maria regarding the story of a 'Facebook paedophilia ring'. (Link is to the story, not the ring. Obviously.) Advertising can be so awkward sometimes.

Wait, what's that down in the bottom-right corner?

Classy. This is probably a good time to mention that Editing the Herald has significantly more Facebook fans than the New Zealand Herald.

13 comments:

  1. Monk De Wally De HonkOctober 5, 2009 at 3:59 PM

    Hitler stole Beetle design... and then had the Jewish designer executed.

    Quite serious.

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  2. Before the great "Paedophiles meet on Facebook and converse... JOIN THE CONVERSATION ON FACEBOOK" screencap of 2009, there was the (arguably much better) "Schollum and Shipton police rape case allegations... GET SOME BETTER WORK STORIES" story/advert clusterfuck of 2007. If only I could find it!

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  3. I saw another disturbing shoe-Hitler connection.

    The pile of discarded shoes reminded me of an exhibit I saw when I visted Auschwitz. They have an enormous pile of old shoes there - taken from the victims before they were killed.

    A purely coincidental connection, I'm sure...

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  4. Not to deflate your fine achievements, James, but is the fact there is a blogsite called blogsai.wordpress.com a problem?

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  5. Monk De Wally De Honk said...
    Hitler stole Beetle design... and then had the Jewish designer executed.

    No, he didn't. You may want to actually read the article in question.

    Speaking of the article, I actually found it quite interesting. I don't think it was intended to be a revelation on a level of Hitler's most horrific crimes. It does however give a bit of history to something we'd all long suspected.

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  6. Scott, I thought that the connection that you point out WAS the (most significant) connection. If not, clap for pointing it out.

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  7. Monk De Wally De HonkOctober 6, 2009 at 12:32 PM

    ccs, yep, apologies. I was going on previous stories I had read on the subject. Interesting article and interesting that he managed to flee.

    And I still don't understand why this blog's author would wish to take the piss out of it.

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  8. Editing teh Herald has significantly more users then nzherald.co.nz? How can 570 fans versus 5300 on nzherald.co.nz be significantly more...by my maths (and I'll admit I'm not the best at it), it would seem you have significantly less.

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  9. Matt - he specifically says Facebook fans, and I think it's said in good humour. Perhaps you should learn the meaning of it. :)

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  10. Good humour? I very much doubt it.

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  11. Jeez don't you people have anything better to do than bitch about a blog you've chosen to visit? You came here morons. Nobody forced you to read this blog.

    Matt/Anon you're LOOKING for things to get emotional about that aren't there. If you read what James said you would see he said FACEBOOK FANS not www.nzherald.co.nz readers.

    GOD you're stupid. I can't hold back you're just too irritating.

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  12. Monk De Wally De HonkOctober 7, 2009 at 5:51 PM

    You're a bit histrionic for a Wednesday.

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  13. "Jeez don't you people have anything better to do than bitch about a blog you've chosen to visit? You came here morons. Nobody forced you to read this blog."

    Worth repeating, I reckon.

    Hey, APN anonymous: why don't you start a blog called 'ihatejamesandhiseditingtheheraldblog'. Then we could all visit and post snarky little comments anonymously. Or not.

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