Thursday, February 01, 2007

new links on the right there


the campaign has a rather limited links section. this is probably because i agree with what cassilis said. i came across the depth of blogging in my last job as an ecampaigner where i needed to keep an eye and what was being said/reported/etc and give feedback. i liked the ranting ability it gave. so those who accuse me of being selective with the links should know that i only link to those i genuinely read daily for whatever reason. below are a few more i've found myself checking out daily.

doctorvee - who i've added as a scottish blog, someone let me know if i'm ucked here. i may not agree with everything he writes but i like the fact he seems to think before blogging. i just get a bee in my bonnet and go for it. also a visually impressive layout to his blog.

theo spark - when i first came across his site i honestly thought i'd came across a porn fest, no -prizes for guessing why i returned - but alas, i just caught him on a booby heavy day. it is an amusing mix of tits and politics and i must confess i like his 'daily totty' section so much i stole the premise - look to the top right to see my more sedate version.

wife in the north - so far the best blog i have found. her language is first class and the visions she describes so succintly are amazing. she appears to be the train wreck caused by middle class cockney running into typical northern england countryside. vivid, entertaining and thought provoking. being from the country in the north, and only having lived in the country (university included) all my life except in edinburgh for a year where i experienced the 'fish out of water' sensation she is having now i may be promoting this blog more than its worth. but i like it.

and a special mention for the funniest fucker i've spotted so far.

the spine - i dont really read his blurp as i don't find them as funny as his pictures. so many times i've been tempted to nick a pic or too and use them. actually i think my facebook page is full of his artwork. ack, he'll never know...

2 comments:

Theo Spark said...

It takes a lot of 'hard' work to research the Daily Totty feature.

David B said...

Thanks for the vote of confidence, of a sort...