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Technorati is indexing me again! They had to make a code change to fix the problem with my blog getting stuck in their queue. Kudos to Eric M. and the guys at GetSatisfaction.com where they have "community powered support for Technorati".
Well, they're "sorta, kinda" indexing me anyway. It's on a 24 hour tape delay or something. So I never get picked up by Memeorandum because they pull from Technorati and Technorati has stuff I posted yesterday listed as my latest blog entry. And that's old news to Memeorandum.
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You may have noticed someone lurking around your street after normal business hours. No need for alarm. It's just your postal carrier.
The U.S. Postal Service is delivering mail after dark as a way to cut down on its debt.
And apparently their union has never heard of flashlights.
"It's crazy because you can't see the mail. It's pitch black. You can't see the mail from the street lights. You can't see where you're walking you could hurt yourself, trip like that," one postal worker said.
As for "the swift completion of their appointed rounds," there's always FedEx for that.
Uber-Liberal Democrat Steve Rothman made it official today; he's punting on a head-to-head matchup with Tea Party Republican Scott Garrett in the newly redrawn 5th district and taking his chances on a primary challenge to fellow Democrat Bill Pascrell instead.
The move sets up a primary campaign between two candidates with wide name recognition and significant amounts of campaign cash. As of October, Rothman had $1.74 million in the bank compared to Pascrell's $1.43 million. Both men were first elected to the House in 1996.
It's a pity they both can't lose.
Zilla got an Instalanche for Christmas. I got socks.
Then she did a link-around post, which included every Right-Wing blogger who's ever lived. Except me.
Because I suck.
Anyway, congrats Zilla. I got an Instalanche once. It was cool.
Lance has a slightly less conventional scheme to gin up some extra traffic. If it works it might be a tad more expensive too. Don't worry Commissioner, he's probably good for it, just don't deposit that check right away, OK?
Elsewhere in blogville, Professor Jacobson is a sucker for a pretty girl's Christmas wish.
Matt is taking nominations for Useful Idiot Of The Year. There can only be one winner, but it's a dishonor just to be nominated, and there really are so many worthy choices.
And the first one of you jokers who nominates me is gonna be sorry!
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