The Order of Brilliant Bloggers

Monday, August 29, 2005

Nominations - August "Best Historic Post and Blogsite"

Again, we will have two awards for this area. One will go to the best individual post which occurred before August 1, 2005, and thus was not eligible for this month's award.

The award for best historic blogsite is the one that has been your favorite over time.

Best Historic Post:


Steph (The Dirty Gypsy) -The Nature Boy says, "Whoooo!": Hijacked!!

Kal - Recondo vs. the Tent Caterpillars

The Dirty Gypsy -BIGGER Gun

Digitalicat - Tbe Cornrowed Hottie

Callie - Dear Lab Boy

Penny - Thought-Provoking Questions
(Moderator's note: Thank you, Penny, for pointing me in the right direction for the link!)

The Hot Librarian - I'm Almost Ready To Tell You


Best Historic Blogsite:

Erin - Mind Wanderings

Martin Kasischke -Liberty 101

17 Comments:

At 8/29/2005 2:40 PM, Blogger marriedman said...

Ok, since I dedicated an entire post to Callie's Dear Lab boy post (you can read it here

I must vote for her.

 
At 8/29/2005 4:24 PM, Blogger Motherdear said...

Okay, mm, that's fine. Voting starts on September 1st. You can vote for each category from September 1st to the 4th. I will link the votes in the comments to my email address so that you can vote in privacy. Just delete them once they're posted.

 
At 8/30/2005 9:47 PM, Blogger Penny Shagwell said...

I think Danika meant this one: http://centslessthoughts.blogspot.com/2005/07/thought-provoking-questions.html

But that was actually the end of July, so I think I should be removed from this one since it's for August

 
At 8/30/2005 9:48 PM, Blogger Penny Shagwell said...

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At 8/31/2005 9:27 AM, Blogger Motherdear said...

Penny, your post does belong here - this is the Historic post, which is anythng written prior to August 1st. So you're fine.

Did I link the wrong post???

 
At 9/01/2005 1:06 PM, Blogger Danikabur said...

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At 9/01/2005 2:06 PM, Blogger lawbrat said...

Callie, for best historic post...labboy. thank you. (voting)

 
At 9/01/2005 2:15 PM, Blogger Fitz-Hume said...

I vote for THL's "I'm almost ready to tell you" post.

 
At 9/02/2005 12:57 PM, Blogger Mossy Stone said...

Dirty Gypsy, for Hikacked.

 
At 9/02/2005 12:58 PM, Blogger Mossy Stone said...

Hijacked, even

 
At 9/03/2005 3:07 AM, Blogger Digitalicat said...

I vote for The Hot Librarian's "I'm almost ready to tell you" post.

Hey... pay attention to that. I'm nominated in this category. "The Cornrowed Hottie" is probably my single favorite post of all time... and I'm voting for THL anyway. Her post is just simply the best thing I have ever read in a blog.

Best. Post. Ever. I'm serious. Read it. Vote for her.

 
At 9/03/2005 9:07 AM, Blogger duff said...

i'm voting for digi

 
At 9/03/2005 8:15 PM, Blogger Larry said...

Hijacked

 
At 9/04/2005 2:29 AM, Blogger h0g said...

Wow, this is so unfair to have vote between such amazing posts.

I laughed out loud at Recondo vs the Tent Caterpillars.

I found Digitalicat's The Cornrowed Hottie to be a very well written, amusing, suspenseful and very interesting situation to read about and relate to as a fellow male also in a committed relationship.

I have to vote for The Hot Librarian's - I'm Almost Ready To Tell You. Not only incredibly moving/gut wrenching, just brilliantly written.

Sorry, I'm not casting a vote for best site.

Regards, Pete.

 
At 9/04/2005 5:40 PM, Blogger Motherdear said...

Best Historic Post - DEFINITELY Recondo vs. the Tent Caterpillars, Kal's World.

Again, some serious competition.

 
At 9/05/2005 1:05 PM, Blogger colonialave said...

Best Historic - The Hot Librarian.

Heartbreaking. She deserves recognition for this post. If you haven't checked it out. I encourage you to do so.

 
At 9/05/2005 5:15 PM, Blogger Prodigal Son said...

You're on to something great with your "Best" series. It's interesting and bound to attract a big following. And thanks for the plug! I saw my blog more as a political philosophy than anything historical. Probably because I flunked eigth grade history.

 

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