Wednesday, July 28, 2004

It's not just kids that are looking for attention.

This is more in the way of an experiment than anything else.

Apparently my mention of Luke Ford here (which was, in turn, a reponse to this) was enough to get me mentioned on the consistently trafficked (though only rarely worthwhile) Protocols blog. I'm curious if this post will get picked up over there as well.

I was on Car Talk once. My friends and I joked that it was going to come out of my fifteen minutes, but since it was Public Radio there'd be a discount multiplier, since NPR only counts as maybe 25% famous.

I wonder if there's a similar multiplier with respect to blogs.


See, this ridiculousness is the kind of thing that made me not want to be associated with Luke Ford in the first place, even if we did happen to come down on the same side of a debate.

Mr. Ford calls it an exchange of contentious email, but the only contentious emails come from Ford himself; Teresa Watanabe's emails seem consistently civil, if a little annoyed.

I'm trying very hard to keep this blog narrowly focused, but there's a part of me that's sorely tempted to sound off on various issues, including politics, non-parenting Jewish issues, and general blogsphere issues, and once in a while (like right now) I will allow myself a small indulgence.


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At Jul 29, 2004 11:51:00 AM, Z said...

Sadly, with Luke Ford and Protocols, it often enters the negative numbers...


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