December 20, 2005

I knew it looked familiar

Speaking of the "Scourge of the DE Blogosphere," his "blog" uncannily resembles the classic blog, the Iraq War Was Wrong Blog. Not only is the site design similar, but the style of "argumentation" and absolutely brutal destruction of the English language are eerily similar.

But still, how can you NOT like a blog whose byline is "A wrong war like during the Iraq war was cannot just be sitted idly by by"? Always good for cheap laughs.

Posted by Hube at December 20, 2005 07:27 PM | TrackBack

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Hube,

I'd have to be superman to write two blogs at the same time, all the while smacking you down at Al's blog on a hourly basis, and not getting fired from my job.

I mean, I'm good, but I'm not THAT good. Anyway, thanks for the link to Iraqwarwrong. I agree that we both have the same template and that our typing sucks. I bet my new pal at Iraqwarwrong would agree that you have to type fast to keep up with all of the republican malfeasance.

Peace Out

Posted by: jason at December 21, 2005 10:01 AM

"I would of thought benchmarks is just de rigor (Fr.) wehn you want to do a war."

Wow. Obviously a product of the Delaware public school system.

I agree with Jason on one thing though, the Clash are effing brilliant.

Posted by: G Rex at December 21, 2005 10:10 AM

Holy crap, you think I'm the Iraqwarwriong guy - I'm flattered I guess.

Posted by: jason at December 21, 2005 10:23 AM

Nope, couldn't be two people that illiterate and ill-informed.

Posted by: G Rex at December 21, 2005 10:49 AM

That's a relief.

Posted by: jason at December 21, 2005 11:10 AM

How did they get the spelling right in the blog title? Did their mothers help them?

Posted by: AJ Lynch at December 21, 2005 11:15 AM

AJ,

[Comment deleted] -- Admin.

But that would be ungentlemanly.

Posted by: jason at December 21, 2005 12:38 PM

That blog is obviously written by a foreigner(s)or a sad excuse for an English speaking American. Aside from the spelling and grammatical errors one of comments posted actually refers to being out of sorts due to USA time zones or something like that. I didn't read the entire comment but if they are foreign their view points on the Iraq war aren't surprising.

Posted by: at December 21, 2005 03:38 PM

I'd have to be superman to write two blogs at the same time, all the while smacking you down at Al's blog on a hourly basis

What a hoot. "Smackdown." Uh-huh.

And are you still under the illusion I comment at Mascitti's regularly -- especially in response to your comments? Like "I did" at your "blog" until you finally were shown it not to be me? Like your clairvoyance that I am "lurking" at your site?

Talk about cyber-paranoia at its finest! Yeesh.

Posted by: Hube at December 21, 2005 04:49 PM

More like, "I'd have to be a complete moron with far too much time on my hands to write two blogs that terrible." Is Jason one of those homeless guys you always see on the computer at the library?

Posted by: G Rex at December 22, 2005 09:34 AM

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