I wondered for a moment if Peach Pundit's Erick Erickson was orchestrating a prank when I just now saw what he'd ranked as the top news story in Georgia for 2008:
Astonishing! But who am I to question the judgment of a guy who was recently profiled by Newsweek?
Then I read further and realized Erickson was basing his call on the volume of page views that various topics had received on his site throughout the year. Which either means that CL is dear to the hearts of many Georgians or that Peach Pundit readers have a warped sense of what's interesting. I prefer to think both.
Still, I have to say and I believe I speak for my co-workers (if not, that's what the comment section is for) I take this apparent interest as evidence of CL's relevance to people who value thoughtful news coverage and in-depth analysis of complex issues.
On the other hand, the year's Number One story for PP readers was "Bigfoot found in Georgia." So perhaps I shouldn't be so encouraged
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Mo gibs muh 'dat.
One step forward, two steps back.
Hey "Here's Your Editorial", what does Dale Earnhardt Junior have to do with this article?