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Re: “Goodbye to the Age of Newspapers (Hello to a New Era of Corruption)

I meant "you" as in a collective you - you journalists, or even better, you people (he he) did a fine job of outing buhne.

Bull Moose's shit regarding Ryan Hurley is precisely what is wrong with blogs (as is my gaffe by naming you as the outer of Buhne), namely he can throw something out as fact - Ryan is Republican with an axe to grind against democratic politicians, while the fact is he is a registered dem.

Posted by Sorry Hank on 02/24/2009 at 8:03 AM

Re: “Goodbye to the Age of Newspapers (Hello to a New Era of Corruption)

It seems that you can't have it both ways, Hank. You and other various journalists have had a great deal of fun with Heraldo (or is it the Heraldo'S?) when they weren't stepping on your toes.

I have noticed many gleeful posts in Heraldoville in the past two years from assorted journalists, yet NOW you are upset?

You did a fine job of outing Buhne, and it is pretty apparent that you know who at least one of the Heraldos are, yet you seem hestitant to out this particular blogger.

Don't you think he or she would be a bit less vicious, and more apt to check sources and facts before posting if there was a real instead of a pseudonymous blogname?

And if in fact it turns out that the Heraldo's are posting from the offices of say, Baykeeper or Epic, then you have a story of Salzmanesque proportions - someone purporting to be blogging as a solitary unpaid soul trying to expose corruption wherever he or she finds it, namely anytime the names Rob Arkley or Home Depot are found.

Posted by well on 02/23/2009 at 6:33 PM

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