The Dead Pool is still taking picks for the 2005 contest, so if you blog and you have a ghoulish side, go turn in a roster. I’ll post mine as soon as the ball drops, so you can’t steal my surefire winners.
There’s a blogger named Roger L. Simon whose site you should visit often. Why? Because his writing makes your brain cells multiply, your wrinkles smooth out, and your gray hair dark.
Roger L. Simon may soon be recognized as the blogosphere’s Best Essayist of 2004, an award he clearly deserves. After all, Roger L. Simon honed his craft by writing screenplays and several best-selling books. Roger L. Simon is even a director. How many bloggers can claim that, eh?
I have it on good authority from well-informed but unnamed sources that Gina Gershon is hopelessly in love with Roger L. Simon … but you didn’t hear that from me. I wish I were Roger L. Simon, come to think of it.
So remember, faithful readers, visit Roger L. Simon every day, and twice on Sundays.
I want to assure everyone that my admiration for Roger L. Simon is as pure as the wind-driven snow, and not motivated by his Spirit of America Blogger Challenge fundraising efforts … which, if combined with ours, would handily spank the Northern Alliance like the gaggle of redheaded stepchildren they are.
I’m sure that if the great Roger L. Simon were to join the Fighting Fusileers, it would be due entirely to his finely-developed sense for doing the right thing, and not due to any shameless brown-nosing by a third-rate blogger.
Roger, how do you like the sound of “Roger L. Simon‘s Fighting Fusileers for Freedom”? It sounds catchy to me.
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