Friday, May 22, 2009

Top 11 Reasons That Anti-Strib Is Closing Up Shop

11. For some reason our culture has lost its appetite for irreverence

10. No one wants to look at pictures of hot chicks on the internet anymore

9. They feel their efforts are being duplicated by the Claremont Review of Books

8. Reached a tipping point when they had more contributors than readers

7. Turned out their idea of "reasoned debate" was different than that of people who have an IQ higher than a chunk of basalt

6. Someone called them names

5. Moving to a medium more conducive to their style, CB radio

4. Found that the constipated semiliterate rage niche of the blogosphere was more crowded than they thought

3. Turns out they actually were complete assholes

2. Soros pulled their funding after deciding that they had embarrassed conservatives enough

1. New FCC regulation required them to start Hot GLBT Friday


Anonymous sloop said...

Hey look!
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6:38 AM  
Blogger Kermit said...

The truth can now be told. 1/4 of the Hot Chicks from HCF were post-op transexuals. The Admiral has a keen eye for POT.

8:40 AM  
Anonymous Incontinentia Buttocks said...

Tracy's kiss-off ("in the end, the commenters created a blog that wasn't worth reading") wasn't right. It should have read "In the end, the writers created an atmosphere of such overheated "satirical" bile that made the site not worth reading, which attracted the commenters that finally convinced the writers it wasn't worth it". Good riddance.

9:16 AM  
Blogger Ben said...

12. Got tired of Odin and 5al's "contributions". One can take only so much liberal bullshit

4:10 PM  
Blogger tim-The Dyslexic Blogger said...

13. 5Al turned out to be really 12AL and still wasn't very smart still needed more to be a good contributer

10:03 PM  
Blogger K-Rod said...

14. Recent layoff at Red Star gives Il Duce' and the legions of minions little to post and complain about.

15. Closing up shop before the HCF winner, So-f-in-old Loren, dies of old age.

2:58 PM  
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1:55 AM  

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