September 23, 2006

A Note To Our Readers

Well, it’s been quite a week for us here at “The Hatemonger’s Quarterly.” On Monday, the delightful John Podhoretz—political and cultural critic extraordinaire—was nice enough to speak well of our humble “weblog” over at National Review Online. If memory serves—and we believe it does—he called this “website” “one of the most interesting and amusing right-of-center blogs I’ve ever read.” This, need we remind you, came from the keyboard of neoconservative royalty. Not too shabby, eh?

As if this weren’t suitably exciting, soon after Andrew Sullivan honored us with an official Yglesias Award Nomination. In short, this former editor of The New Republic and esteemed pundit lauded us for our integrity, or some such. Again, pretty nice, is it not?

For those of you counting at home (and that should be all of you), that’s two giant “links” in one week—all scored without so much as an obsequious e-mail begging for mention. Regular reader(s) of this humble “weblog” undoubtedly recognize that “The Hatemonger’s Quarterly” is about as popular as a “Connie Chung Sings the Blues” LP, and so they must imagine we’re elated to reach a readership that you can count on more than no fingers.

So, for the benefit of those new to our operation, we, the crack young staff of “The Hatemonger’s Quarterly,” figured we’d fill you in a little bit. In this humble space, dear reader, we “post” every weekday, major holidays and Arbor Day excluded.

But those who require a weekend fix from the crack young staff, fear not: We also “post” a weekly essay on the wonderful “weblog” Wizbang every Sunday.

That’s six days of coruscating genius, all for the low price of no money at all. Wow: That is quite a deal. Maybe Messrs. Podhoretz and Sullivan were on to something?

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