Monday, March 27, 2006

Recommend the Devil a blog

Tidying up my RSS feeds this morning, I have noticed that a large number of bloggers that I used to read are no longer updating, and many are updating considerably less frequently than once they used. Are people dropping out because they have nothing more to say, or because they have said it all so many times that there seems little point in repeating those frustrated rantings?

Anyway, I'm going to have more of a sort through my blogroll to get some more feeds up and running but, as an added joy, if anyone would like to suggest a blog that I might enjoy—not only political; I enjoy scatalogical humour too!—please feel free to do so in the comments...

UPDATE: Through links, I have just found A Very British Dude, who looks promising...

5 comments:

Simon Hodges said...

Hey Devil,
That funny welshman I told you about can be found here

David Vance said...

Well, modesty does not forbid me recommending A TANGLED WEB - it's a devil of a read, though we do incinerate liberals....

Wrinkled Weasel said...

A trail through the blogs can be endlessly frustrating. I come across one and think, "this looks interesting" only to find the last entry was June 2005.

You know, I nearly posted a bit on my blog today about the report into the death of Christopher Alder, a report so one sided and so biased in favour of the loony lib left that I thought it might be a spoof. Everyone else is to blame for a guy who got drunk (twice the legal limit), repeatedly started fights in a club (by repeatedly spitting beer at punters), got knocked out, was so abusive to hospital staff that they could not treat him, was arrested when he became too hard to deal with at the hospital, went to the police station, pissed himself, shit himself and choked to death on the floor of the cop shop. It's sad, his death, like that, but methinks he only had himself to blame, but no, everyone else was.

The point is, I can fume, I can rant and I can put it on the blog, but to be honest, will it change anything?

Devil's Kitchen said...

If you don't think that it will, stop writing your blog.

DK

Wrinkled Weasel said...

I think the answer is to fight opression with humour, which is mostly what I do. If you take what they are doing seriously, eg the ban on smoking in plays and films, you would go mad.

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