If they break 150 miles, launch the Alert 5 aircraft.
What is it? Jealousy of Instapundit because he has more visitors and better name recognition? Or something else? Do you have to beat this issue into the ground until it is unrecognizable?
Anonymous, I can only speak for myself, but if you announce to the world you are the next great way to slice bread, throw a big party, say look at me, looking isn't jealousy, just curiousity. Following orders as galley slaves must do. And they ain't slicing bread over there. Haven't even ordered up the crumpets (unless a news feed from XIN, the propaganda tool of the Dear Leaders in China is what you have with your tea). Commenting on what you see, making fun of the Hubris, is the reason to be (I'd say it in French but..) of the blogosphere. Go read the Founder's statement over at osm.org. If you don't join the fun after that, become the counter-insurgency, then you ain't got no respect for thousands of years of civiliation.
Sarah:Agreed. But it is a constant harping and takes away from the overall effect. Sometimes it is better to just let it be because most readers of this site already know about it and agree. No need to break out the clubs.
Anonymous, Agreed. It is time for me to head back to the farm and buck up the husband as he raises the winter wheat. [But for our entertainment, the following is what is running on their front page: "Frying turkeys is a big deal here in Louisiana, where we are apt to fry anything that walks, flies, swims or crawls. Out in my shed, I have my turkey frying gear set up, ready to go…. Turkey frying is best done outdoors, because you are going to make a damned mess. I guarantee it. Any fool who fries a turkey indoors runs a very real risk of burning down the house. Be forewarned. READ MORE>>"]
I once saw (on TV) a New Orleans chef deep-fry a turkey after rubbing it down with cayenne, and I've been curious ever since about how the damn thing might taste.
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