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  • I'll probably want to make a longer post about this on my own dam yas, Jim, you give me so much blogfodder!

    Introverting

  • Where do you think the blogfodder and talk radio rant memos come from?

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Thoughts on Sarah Palin and Going Rogue

  • One likely outcome of this is that as I go through stacks of newspaper articles, magazines, and other papers that I've been meaning to get to for some time, I will likely come across items of blogfodder that will cry out for on-line reflection.

    Speaking of Paperbacks Falling Apart...

  • Among the stacks of paper I am weeding through and filing or tossing, I have been finding blogfodder such as a brochure from Literary Luminaries, which is a company that offers playing cards, posters, umbrellas, etc. of Poe, Shakespeare, Dickens, et al. Give 'em a look sometime. posted by KaneCitizen at 9: 01 AM

    Archive 2006-01-01

  • On the other hand, it makes damnably good blogfodder at times.

    dustbury.com » What has fashion ever done for you?

  • I'll have plenty of new blogfodder next week, but in the meantime, I'll give mention to some of my more obscure publication acceptances:

    Archive 2005-05-01

  • I've been stockpiling all kinds of real-life blogfodder over the past few weeks, but have been so obsessed with knitting (specifically the damned Spiral Sweater) that when it comes down to spending my evening writing a blog post about all the cool stuff we've been doing this summer.

    The Heathen Housewife

  • However, that would necessitate the creation of a whole new facebook profile (I currently have one as my real self), because much of the pseudonymous blogfodder that appears on AA's site makes it onto the facebook page in a different format.

    ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science

  • There’s bound to be blogfodder come Sunday at least!

    international blog against racism week « Love | Peace | Ohana

  • I signed up mostly to take the tests, which seemed like they’d make good blogfodder, but I stuck around just to see what would happen.

    dustbury.com » Somebody’s doing it wrong

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