January 20, 2005

Noted in Passing

Powerline gets in Time Magazine. Cap'n Ed is in the NYPost (or is it the NYSun? Probably both).

Me? As Atomizer over at Fraters points out, the Frats, King and I made it into the Dassel-Cokato Enterprise Dispatch, in an opinion piece by staff writer Roz Kohls:

There are several really good Minnesota blogs. Since Iím a conservative Republican I like to read not only, Powerline, but Captainís Quarters, Jay Reding, Shot in The Dark (also out of the Twin Cities,) Fraters Libertas (out of St. Paul,) and SCSU Scholars, (out of St. Cloud.)

Cathy in the Wright is another blog I read. It is by a woman from somewhere right here in Wright County although I have never figured out exactly where she is. Recently she wrote about a walk she took by a river near her home, but it didnít say which river. [I feel yer pain, Ms. Kohls; a whole generation of investigative bloggers has tried and failed to pin down Cathy's whereabouts. No dice. Although I'm told she'll be at the MOB Blog Party this Saturday...]

The two best out-of-state blogs that I read are The Corner at National Review Online and Hugh Hewitt, who is in California.

Reading blogs is addictive, so be careful. Once you start, it is very difficult to stop. Youíll notice your list of favorite sites gets longer and longer.

So who will become Dassel's premiere blogger? Who's gonna blow the roof off, whatever needs its roof blown off in Cokato?

Stay tuned. And thanks, Ms. Kohls!

Posted by Mitch at January 20, 2005 09:53 AM | TrackBack

Well, you could expose how the so-called "Largest Ball of Twine" just up the road from Dassel in Darwin is not really the world's largest ball of twine. Maybe the greates tourism swindle since, well, I can't think of anything bigger!

Posted by: James Ph. at January 20, 2005 10:28 AM

I live about ten miles from the reporter's office. *Sigh* I'm starting to know how Rodney Dangerfield felt.

As for Dassel's premier can take it. Dassel is in Meeker county. I am laying claim to all of Wright County, however. You guys don't stand a chance.

See you Saturday. I'll be expecting your concession speech.

Posted by: Cathy at January 20, 2005 10:21 PM