Links are yummy and good for you.
I don’t read MeFi too often, but when i do i get lots of content for my click. Although, i’m sure that a lot of it is true on some level other than the one where Microsoft holds 9-year-olds ransom for stock options, and the incidental research was enlightening. In other news, Dean takes one of America’s more brutal and pointless traditions to task much more succinctly than i have in the past. With medical and scientific support rapidly dwindling, here’s hoping that we’re seeing some progress in the right direction; mutilation does not equal tradition. Meanwhile, KevRock combines my favourite two things in the entire world of the internet: blogging and purity tests. Consider me hooked – and, my score is criminally low just based on the questions posted already. BTW, the real home of purity tests is here, and decidedly not anywhere near here. Speaking of which, at last check this new way to obsess over your popularity if sitemeter goes down says Rabi is just as popular than the bastardizers of the purity test (AKA TheSpark.com). Who knew? Of course, it also seems to be under the impression that i’m more often blogged than In Passing as well as Huny, so maybe there are some kinks to be worked out of the system. In other news, via Rabi’s trim new sidebar links i have found another totally disarming and entirely engaging webpage (because i haven’t found enough of them yet, apparently). Next, Pete over at Dependant Films clues us in on an interesting entanglement between Kevin Smith and GLAAD. I might not be a huge KS fan, but i think he’s in the right on this one. By the way, Jesus was not blonde. Oh, yeah, and my favourite web-game franchise got namechecked in a nationally syndicated magazine. Hits the stands on Monday, check page 73. Rock.
I figure i should actually blog every so often to keep my cred up ;)