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As Berry Turns: Fixating on Huckleberries Online

For complete thread at Coeur d'Alene Press blog site, As the Berry Turns, here


Photo/Unbearable Bobness of Being

It might be of slight interest, but at the blog "Dingleberries on Whine", a woman named "cc" has taken on Ollie's pet attack poodle, "Thith ith Boob" and his suckup sidekick "thommy" and completely (rhetorically speaking) kicked their asses. So that they didn't going sobbing off into cyberspace with crusty, tear drenched eyes ( and more importantly, burning up the e-mail line to Ollie's box at the S/r), DFO actually posted to WARN OFF the effective "cc." That's great! The big bad libs have to call in the umpire so the little conservative woman doesn't turn them into politicalspooge here. Comprendes? This is your opportunity to comment on the activities on HBO or many local blogs that have things of interest that viewers might like to see. It could be international or national. Like the heading says,"Gossip, news and blog review." But it should be to the point...like my blade -- L Zorro/As The Berry Turns.

DFO: And you were wondering where the uber-conservatives went after they couldn't take the heat here? Seems this guy (who sounds a lot like one of our former regulars) has established a blog to cyberstalk monitor Huckleberries Online. What do they say: Copycatting (imitation) is the sincerest form of flattery. Claude's over there. Probably Any Mouse, too (if Any Mouse isn't the author, and I don't think he is). They don't think much of Your Huckleberries Hound, which I take as a compliment considering the source. But the Berry Turners seem to think this blog is inhabited by Liberals. Seems reading for comprehension isn't a long suit of theirs. Prolly should put 'em on the North Idaho blogroll. (Photo above captures HBO response to cyber-groupie)




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D.F. Oliveria started Huckleberries Online on Feb. 16, 2004. Oliveria's Sunday print Huckleberries is a past winner of the national Herb Caen Memorial Column contest.










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