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  • I can post what I want my conscience my thoughtful conscientiousness as my priority shobhan saxena reads blogs river bend bottlenecked bruna the Brazilian whore on the blogsphere is all he can see lifting his putrid flesh on our blogs he defecates and pees he needs to take a break from a Doon school in a doomed valley

    2006 December 18 « bollywoods most wanted photographerno1

  • What can we look forward to in blogsphere as far as Afrobabe is concerned?

    Interview Thursday. Insight into Afrobabe's thinking

  • The blogsphere is aswarm with negative reaction to the last episode of The Sopranos.

    June 2007

  • Good investigative work J.C. I hope no one tries to prosecute this kid - as I said in the BVBL controversy - the last thing we need in the Virginia blogsphere is lawsuits or indictments.

    Not Larry Sabato:

  • However, we take the view that the blogsphere is too valuable a resource to be devoted entirely to the lightweight and trivial and will continue to build on our base as serious bloggers with something more to offer our readers than titillation.

    Blog with attitude

  • The clarity of your arguement makes me rethink how this blogsphere is working.

    Mêtêr Politikon – Part II | Her Bad Mother

  • Since discovering the blogosphere (or blogsphere, is there a definitive answer on the spelling?)

    Archive 2005-06-12

  • To take two that are obvious, the blogsphere is closed to anyone who is not literate and does not own a computer.

    Media no more « BuzzMachine

  • Perhaps the blogsphere is creating a world of essayists.

    January 26th, 2003

  • The blogsphere is buzzing with debate about whether the last phrase from the following passage from a recent speech by Gary Hart is veiled antisemitism: "We must not let our role in the world be dictated by ideologues with their special biases and agendas, by militarists who long for the clarity of Cold War confrontation, by think-tank theorists who grind their academic axes, or by Americans who too often find it hard to distinguish their loyalties to their original homelands from their loyalties to America and its national interests."



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