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Saturday, July 20, 2002
new URL, same Old Reliable

Gerard Serafin has not updated the link to "Enemy of the Church?" as of this posting:

"... Betty De Generes ..."
"... you haven't been chez Shea ..."

decisions, decisions ...

two tempting targets ...

I'll let my readers find the errors in Gregory Poopchek's post by themselves.

Mark Shea has tried to divert your humble proofreader's attention to this site, but to no avail.
"... the Fortress Mentality in my communinon."
"... the heros of 9/11 ..."
"... slobs, loosers, factory rejects, and screwups ..."
"The writings of St. Thomas were ocassioned ..."
"Mininum Daily Adult Requirement"
"... everytime I try ..."

Friday, July 19, 2002
Are Palestinians phonies?

from a post on Man Bites Blog dated July 15:

"Jonah Glodberg is fond of pointing out that Palestinians and Isrealies ..."

Wednesday, July 17, 2002
This blog has not yet disappeared, Mr. Serafin.

The Record is still around, but you won't find in it St. Blog's directory.
An older copy of the list contained a link to this site, which is not a blog,
and is not what I linked to several weeks ago.

Here are some gems from two recent posts:
"campaing "
"... thow away the key"

Mr. Serafin should also note that the name of John Betts' blog is Just Your Average Catholic Guy.

Tuesday, July 16, 2002
It's never going away.

first time "bettnet" has made an appearance here:

"... not it's own denomination ..."

Monday, July 15, 2002
Alert the Coast Guard!

from a post on "In Between Naps" reacting to "Birkenstocked Burkeans":

"... naval piercing is old news ..."

Also, check out comment #3 on this post - by Rod Dreher, the article's author:
"It's greatest flaw ..."

Sunday, July 14, 2002
The war against unliteracy never ends.

At Norblog, a post dated July 9 notes that Reverend Jesse Jackson called the President "unliterate",
as reported in this Washington Times article.

That word could be used to describe the following fragments:

"There is no pay invovled ..."
"... a cynical veiw of government ..."
"... despite it's many flaws?"