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Selected Posts from Obscurity II

Posted by PintofStout on February 28, 2008

I have used the old sitcom trick of flashback episodes once before in an effort to post something – anything, and also to highlight older posts from when my readership was even smaller than it is today. This first attempt was installment 1 of the Selected Posts from Obscurity brand, which covers from the inception of this blog through September of 2006. The following will be some of my favorites since September 2006 through about December 2006 :

Hyperbole and Mass Distraction examines the marginalization of conspiracy theories.

Pardon Me, I Have a Blog in My Throat delves into the reasons why I keep highlighting past writings.

To Vote or Not to Vote is the first in a fun series regarding voting in the last election. This series is relevant today as well.

Voting Wastes More Than Just Time is the next installment (and a recent favorite of some financial spam).

A Vote Against Insanity is installment number three that examines why the results are always the same.

Early and Often was perhaps the pinnacle of the non-voting posts from the last election. Have fun with this one.

Seriously, though… is a deeper philosophical explanation for the previous post.

Afterglow and Regret Concludes the voting series from the last election. Always close with humor, right?

Anarchy Is In Your Head follows the taint of government where formal structure may not exist.

A Face Only a Real Mother Could Love is another voting post relevant to this current election.

These ten ought to do it for now. As I suspected, there were many, many more that I wanted to include. Perhaps more time for them to age will separate the good from the really good. All the old posts can be accessed through the archives or by clicking the “Random Entry” link at the top right of the page for the more adventurous. There is a mildly amusing “About” page, a page of photos, the Blogsphere of the Libertarian Left, and the Blogfood sections to link to other and multitudinous reading for the bored.

If a favorite post is found that is not listed, put it in the comments section. And don’t forget to share with your friends.


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