25 More Reasons to Read the Blogosphere

I read this post three times. I read it and I read it and I reread it. I dont understand it. Suffice it to say this, I dont understand the need, reason, or rational to do posts and lists such as these.

The election has ended. We cannot deal with the President America may have wanted, we must deal with the one that they elected. And all the repugnant jokes in the world arent going to change the occurences of November 2nd and 3rd.

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Posted by Raymond Smalley at December 20, 2004 8:43 PM

You stop, I note, just short of the very best. The #11 "Censored Story of 2004":

#11: The Media Can Legally Lie

Some things are just too good to make up.

(Is it my imagination, or did Project Censored used to actually come up with stories that were under-covered in mass media? I don't think they ever actually came up with stories that had been censored, but I suppose we must allow for the marketing appeal of a catchy organizational name. Still, they used to be useful.)

Posted by jaed at December 21, 2004 10:14 AM