Blogging Gets you the BIG Media Exposure

Fellow blogger and political scientist James Joyner of OTB will get his two minutes of fame tomorrow by appearing on MSNBC's Connected at 5:15 p.m.(Eastern). May I just say that it will be good to see someone besides evil Glenn Reynold's or Wonkette representing the best of the blogosphere. Seriously, can't the media find someone other than the Puppy Blender host or Ms. Anal to interview?

Also, INDeCent Bill and Jeff 'Cut' Goldstien will be hosting their very own radio show tomorrow at 3 p.m on Right Talk Radio. Their guest will be, hold on while I check....Glenn Freaking Reynolds?!? *sigh*

Might I suggest to Bill and Jeff that Ace is available? He's cut, he's desperate, and he's willing to do anything---if that's what it takes.

UPDATE: Malkin on O'Reilly tonight. You know what would be a good show? Malkin on O'Reilly, but without O'Reilly.

UPDATE II: Rusty Shackleford outed as gay White House reporter, finally gets an invite to speak as authority on blogging. Developing....

Posted by: Rusty at 01:28 PM

Comments

1 You mean that somebody actually watches that "Connected" crap?

Posted by: elliott at March 30, 2005 01:40 PM

2 I thought blogging would get you chicks? I mean, not chicks with big thingies, but chicks none the less...

Posted by: Wine-aholic at March 30, 2005 01:51 PM

3 You know what would be the best O'Reilly show? Ann Coulter on O'Reiily, with guest host Michelle Malkin filling in for O'Reilly, doing an expose of Wonkette, with special guest Witty Sex Kitten.

Posted by: Gullyborg at March 30, 2005 05:40 PM

4 Michelle Malkin is fit.

Sorry but she is.

Posted by: Martin at March 30, 2005 07:38 PM

5 Watching Malkin on Fox tonight, it's pretty clear that the Left's loathing for her is the best proof of her effectiveness.

You gotta love her. She's a LEGAL immigrant talking about the ILLEGAL immigrant problem. And the best part is that she's a person of color, so the Left can't automatically tag her as "racist" they way they'd like to. It must get their goat.

Posted by: Carlos at March 30, 2005 10:01 PM

6 Carlos for president.

Posted by: greyrooster at March 31, 2005 12:12 AM

7 Sorry, but James has gone off the deep end with this whole Schiavo business, having devoted a large, large majority of his blog over the past week to this case. Yeah, it's important, put up a post or two, but he seems to have a fixation on it. I really knew he went off the deep end when he called those who disagree with him on this case "zealots".

I thought he could argue reasonably, even with people who held a different point of view, but he seems to have proven me wrong in this case.

Posted by: whatever at March 31, 2005 09:03 AM

8 I don't get you guys at all - I've seen Michelle Malkin many times and I just don't think she can cut it. I either change the channel when I see her or mute it till she's off.

Cindy

Posted by: firstbrokenangel at March 31, 2005 09:34 AM

9 Rusty: Sorry, I've been bumped to next Wednesday so they can go wall-to-wall Terri today.

Whatever: I used the word "zealot" exactly once in the 54 posts I've made related to the subject over the last few weeks. I did soin the very specific context of those who will stop at nothing, including blatant defamation of Michael Schiavo, to secure their agenda. I've posted several times, though, about the fact that intelligent, decent people can disagree on the merits of the case without going over the top in challenging the motives of the other side.

Posted by: James Joyner at March 31, 2005 10:52 AM

10 >>>"I've seen Michelle Malkin many times and I just don't think she can cut it."

Cindy, what's your problem with Michelle Malkin? You may not agree wit her, but you can't deny she's effective and knows her shite.

Posted by: Carlos at March 31, 2005 03:24 PM






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