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Ranking again

Your humble Devil has been waving placards in Bournemouth today, so posting on myriad subjects will occur throughout the night.

Anyway, just swiftly, The Devil's Kitchen is rated at #8 in Iain Dale's list of the Top 100 Right of Centre Blogs. Thanks to those that did the rankings, of course; however, I would most like to thank all of you who contribute to The Kitchen: The Nameless One, Martin Kelly, Katy Newton, Mr Eugenides, Bookdrunk, Andrew Field, Carpsio and Dr De'Ath.

I hope that you will all continue to stick your oar in over here and keep The Kitchen the raving loony right of centre place that it so enjoys being.

UPDATE: thanks for the kind words of Harry Haddock. I think.
# 8 NEW Devil’s Kitchen (my original inspiration ~ all content on this blog is this mans fault ~ send letter bombs to him, not me)

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