Tag Archives: 2008 Weblog Awards

Eugene Delgaudio Petition: Demand That Donald Trump Repeals Obama’s Mandatory Homosexual Indoctrination

It was a dark and stormy night in Eugene Delgaudio’s warehouse full of long-haired men. He writes: With the stroke of a pen, Obama unilaterally issued dozens of Executive Orders to reward the Homosexual Lobby for their loyal support in his elections. Acting as a one-man Congress, Obama’s decrees are taken directly from the Homosexual Lobby’s radical Agenda. Every federal ...

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Towleroad Wins 2008 Weblog Awards

Congrats to Andy and his team at Towleroad for his well-deserved winning of the 2008 Weblog Award for Best LGBT Blog! While it wasn’t to be for us here at JMG, we had a little bit of fun with the beefcake and hopefully some of you discovered some great new reads from the list of nominees.

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The 2008 Weblog Awards

This here website thingy is one of the finalists in 2008 Weblog Awards in the Best LGBT Blog category, which JMG won last year. My humblest thanks to those folks that submitted nominations. Voting begins today and you can vote for the blog of your choice once every 24 hours in the week-long (or so) voting period. There are some ...

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Nate Silver For The Win

Stats god Nate Silver interviewed radio host John Ziegler, the guy behind How Obama Got Elected, a cry-baby site that selectively asked some Obama supporters a bunch of misleading and unfactual questions, therefore proving that all Democrats are dum-dums. Let’s just say that the interview doesn’t go too well and ends with “Fuck you.” Click. Dial tone. Here’s the video ...

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2008 Weblog Awards Begin

Pam Spaulding notes that nominations have begun for the 2008 Weblog Awards. Last year JMG somehow managed to squeak past Pam after her well deserved win in 2006. Lots of categories this year including Best Blog, Best LGBT Blog, Best Individual Blogger, Best Online Community, and Best Liberal Blog. I’m nominating all of y’all for Best Community. It’s just been ...

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