Thursday, September 06, 2007

Bloggers return from their deep sleep

Most remiss to mention that Tin Drummer was back and not also mention the estimable Calum Carr and the incomparable Istanbultory, now proudly blogging as Stan. If you haven't yet checked these gentlemen out, then what on earth have you been doing? :)

NEXT ISSUE [as if you needed it]

We put Tin Drummer, Calum and Stan back straight away and I'm sure if any of the others in the sleeping list come back it will be the same. So where does that leave the Norfolk Blogger, who is returning as well?

My attitude is "the prodigal son returned" but I understand you might not share my view on this. The calibre we already have on our roll is pretty impressive but NS is one top blogger and we need not only his calibre but his "centre-left" balance as well.

If I'm already treading on thin ice with the Phishez issue [and hope she returns later] then I might as well dance in saying I'll add Nich to the main roll on Monday unless there's any objection.

14 comments:

Lord Nazh© said...

I told you about Calum in the earlier welcome back post :)

Didn't know about Stan, so good post anyway^^

Sir James Robison said...

You did, Lord Nazh and I thank you. That's where the idea came from.

Gracchi said...

Bring them all back- the Norfolk blogger is a good guy- he left because of the BNP thing- he should of course be allowed to return and he is a bloody good blogger.

Sir James Robison said...

I agree - there are things which should be done swiftly and I hope you people pressurize the admins to do it.

This is the higher sort of thing Colin, Matt, Ordo, Pommy and others were referring to in the last business.

The Tin Drummer said...

Thanks for the re-welcome. It's nice to be back. It's also good to see others back!

Norfolk Blogger said...

Likewise, in many ways i'd like to think I have never been far away. I've visited a lot of the BP blogs on a regular basis since I was last a member.

Lord Nazh© said...

I object to needing a 'center-left' blogger, but not to NB in particular :)

I'll ask again, take away the tags that BP puts on bloggers, let everyone visit and make their own mind up and concentrate on 'good' instead of something that fills a need.

Sir James Robison said...

Point taken, m'lord. We shouldn't tag a blogger but take him/her as he/she comes.

david said...

three more blogpower reviews (two favourable, one slightly less so)

www.bradfordvision.co.uk

david said...

and another which had be spitting with fury

http://www.bradfordvision.co.uk/node/12904

Lord Nazh© said...

He almost covered me too... funny :)

Stan!! said...

Well, I'm pleasured to be back. I have a simple aim: to provide a smidegeon of wit and wisdom to the drinking classes and a bit of subliminal conservative propaganda too...
*James, many thanks for the services you render...

pommygranate said...

'prodigal son'?

i've just had a quick look at Norfolk Blogger's blog. his last few posts ridicule Osama, ridicule Labour's handout to pregnant mums, praise the Tories, and praise the SNP for arguing for an English Parliament.

I thought you said he was centre-left, James? :)

all seem perfectly sensible to me.

Sir James Robison said...

Well, maybe a teensy bit further right. :)