Do you friendster?
I started writing a post about Andrew Sullivan calling The Economist magazine ‘conservative’ and how funny I found that but the painkillers that I’m taking for my back are getting in the way of full sentences. So, instead, I’ll link to my friendster profile. I like friendster. I think it’s pretty cool to see how you’re connected to people all over the country and world. The other day, I was surfing by Bo Cowgill’s site and clicked on his friendster profile, that he has posted on his front page, only to discover that we are already ‘connected’ through two of my friendsters. As I said a few days ago, small world.
Posted by Karol at 02:09 PM
My friendstering is all your fault, K. It never really caught on with my friends. But I get to see your sexy mug every time I sign in, and that’s worth it, right?
On Andrew Sullivan. I’ve started many a blog post on why Sullivan is damaging to conservatives. But he doesn’t archive his blog and I can’t access old post to back up my claims. But I know this. He claims and is often the darling of conservatives of the “alternative” persuasion. Yet more than once he indicated he could actually vote Democrats. He hints he would abandon Republican policy. Yet he is plastered across every right-wing blogroll as a blog god. Personally, I’m tired of seeing him worshipped. I feel as if he’s constantly pulling people left in subtle ways.