Monthly Archives: May 2005

Allegations addressed, more coming.

While I am currently working on a lengthy post about recent allegations Fecund Stench and others have leveled toward local webloggers and blog related entities, Roch Smith Jr. and Ed Cone as well as some researcher named “History” have already begun to refute some of the charges in the comments to my original post on the [...]

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Hey ya’ll… looky here…

The seventy-comment-and-counting sparring match between Fecund Stench and those he labeled as “mental midgets” has certainly been a lively diversion for the past couple of days.  However, during the course of the discussion here and elsewhere, Stench (aka Jeff Martin) leveled serious allegations of wrong-doing on the part of some people within the local blogging community.  [...]

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Hey ya’ll… looky here…

I know I should let sleeping Stench’s lie, but the accusations and conspiracy theories he threw around when he announced he was being “forced to choose sides” from within Greensboro’s blogging community are too outlandish to ignore.  Moreover, it is my fear that those same conspiracy theories are being propogated in an effort to create division hereabouts for the worst of [...]

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Hey ya’ll… looky here…

Either there are a lot of bands in Greensboro hungering for a gig… or … the Hoggards have way more musician friends than we ever realized.  The HoggFest band schedule is up over at Greensboro101. I’m getting over my shyness about this whole affair, this damn thing is turning into a real party.

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Change the rules of engagement

Now that this whole sordid affair is (hopefully) behind us, I’m taking the lead of some sage advice.  I’ll make an heroic effort in this space to avoid the tempatation of getting on a big self-righteous tirade about how unfair and uncouth the Democratic County Commissioners have been to tax director Jenks Crayton.  If you don’t mind an understatement, the [...]

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“Unfortunately, I am being forced to choose a side…”

I got a call last night from Lewis Byers who asked that I call Ross Myers, so I did.  Ross invited me out to Revolution Mill to see what he, Tara Sue, Lewis, TheShu, Jerry and many others are up to.  I agreed on one condition.  I would blog what I learned.  With that caveat [...]

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“Unfortunately, I am being forced to choose a side…”

I can’t comment on my or Cone’s blog and haven’t been able to for an hour or so.   I keep getting that damn ”403 Forbidden” message.  My blog provider, RadioUserland is really trying my patience… again.  I know for a fact that several people who used to be regular commenters here got fed up with the [...]

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“Unfortunately, I am being forced to choose a side…”

Fecund Stench to the Greensboro blogging community: “I am reluctant to write this post. Even so, I shall. All is not well…  …the Meetup last night illustrated that there are factions and feelings bordering on enmity between them.” Stench goes on to say“…the local media has no clue how to address blogging. They are throwing bodies [...]

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I’ll bid $25.00…

A new item was just added to the silent auction offerings over at the HoggFest planning site.  For real. “Hinnis for County Commissioner” license plate.  A rare collector’s item. For those who don’t know, Hinnis was the guy who brandished what turned out to be a fake bomb from the speaker’s podium at a County [...]

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That’s my turf

Mr. Sun thinks Allen Johnson’s post on the Jenks Crayton matter kinda sucks… Bickering, tantrums, sideshows … I damn you and your paper as a sinner of just a slightly lesser degree for the attention you pay to these things. After you read what The Emitter of Solar Wind has to say, you’ll have to agree with [...]

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