Friday, December 30, 2005

Blog of the Year

I've been bloggin for just under a year. Some folks I have made friends with (thanks for the Rubber advice.. it ruled.)

Some are friends I already had.

So yeah, as a blogger I play favorites. Hey it's my fucking life.

But the old friends know how I think of them (one wax would eliminate that odor)

But of the newbies:

Here are my top five in no particular order:

Fuzzy and Blue

The Humanity Critic
Made in Korea
Karena
Neil Shakespeare

Always check out the Bastard of Arts and Commerce... but I knew him LONG before 2005 so mutherfucker's was disqualified...

You should name your top 5..

TAG!

4 comments:

Neil Shakespeare said...

Thanks much for the kind recognition. And thanks for pointing out these others. Three here I hadn't seen before but now have bookmarked. Enjoyed getting to know you through your blog a bit this past year and look forward to your work in the New Year. My best regards to you and yours.

As to your comment on my blog on Cindy Sheehan: yes, I suppose she is a bit of a 'one-hit wonder'. And I agree with you that things would be much different if there was a draft going on! And you're right about all the new reasons we have not to get off our fat asses! PS2 indeed!

Tina said...

Crackpot: Happy to see that I made your esteemed list and that the oh-so-thin vinyl advice worked out well for you. Yes, they do cost more, but can one put a price on that kind of reward?
Happy New Year, and I hope it is a good one spent with much happiness w/the new G.F.

totolehero said...

oh.. you are truly a sweetheart!!!

you've tagged the best, i can't compete with that...

"made in Korea" just kicks ass, what can i say ??

Lily said...

Thanks for coming by Lose The Noose. A pie in the face would be hilarious, are you aware of any 'pie in the face' attempts? I am not familiar with the bloggers you mentioned except for Neil. Neil is problematic because I visit a blog, go to comment and INVARIABLY he's the fucking person who last commented. I am flabbergasted by this, and wonder if there's some sort of algorithmical mojo at play. And sure enough, I come here and BAM. I smack right into Neil.
Whats rubber advice? What that about? I'm a newbie for the most part.