Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Around the Blogs

I'm in Fort Worth today for a bit of museuming and a day off. Until I return, check out these blogs for good, recent posts on topics Grits regularly covers:

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hey Grits you are sleeping on the job. The Governor appointed a new TYC Conservator. Get with the program. But then again, YOU ARE NOT MAINSTREAM MEDIA.

Anonymous said...

An interesting choice Scott. How long will Richard put up with the embarrassing statements to the press and how long will it take him to apply some "immediate fixing" to TYC??????

I "wish him well".

Retired 2004

Anonymous said...

You need a job for a day off.

Anonymous said...

To 1:15, may not be mainstream, but he has the power to delete you!
If you dislike him so much and what he does for others, why are you continuing to visit his blog?
Guess you have nothing better to do. Your Ass is showing to everyone and by the way its not pretty.
There now you got a response so you can say something else mean and ugly. Happy Now

Anonymous said...

Richard Nedelkoff's first priority is to get rid of Pope. Will this happen?

TJDO

Anonymous said...

His first priority should be not to listen to everybody that thanks they know everything...........TYC staff ring a bell.It well not be long before TYC staff well be crying about him.

Anonymous said...

4:44 you are right that is why this blog is a joke. He deletes those that are on point and leaves a forum for you and others to whine. Just like 1:29 If he retired from TYC then he know damm well it takes time to fix things but nonetheless he still post comments that are not thought out. And again by 5:28 to get rid of pope. He just arived and has not evaluated anything but this hatred for pope is all you whiners want.

6:34 you are right on target. YOU SOB will never be happy. ARE YOU HAPPY NOW?

Anonymous said...

6:49, what's with the ghetto talk?

Anonymous said...

To 6:49: Why do you state (in error) I retired from TYC?

Retired 2004

Anonymous said...

He stated If you retired from TYC.

Richard Nedelkoff has a tough job ahead of him.He's not going to make everybody happy.Most on this blog seem to never be happy.That's why you TYC folks well never be anybody to The STATE of TEXAS.You need to grow up and crying me me me.

Anonymous said...

YEP! Happy now, got you to make another ass out of your self. I got a good laugh doing it.

Anonymous said...

6:55,ghetto talk
I can tell you never been in the ghetto.

Anonymous said...

8:00, yo shore rite.

Anonymous said...

to 8:56, it's, "You SHO rite."

Gritsforbreakfast said...

I see several veiled complaints about Grits here: I'm not the MSM, I'm unemployed and unqualified to write about TYC, I delete comments I don't agree with (not true, btw, I only delete libelous comments and non-substantive slurs), etc. To all this I'd reply that nobody held a gun to your head to come here and read what I wrote. And since your skepticism is not backed by any substantive argument, only anger, it doesn't contribute much to the debate.

The comments at 7:57 show the purpose behind such comments is pure trolling - not to have a debate but to goad a reaction. You're welcome to waste your time that way, but don't expect anybody, especially me, to respect you for it on this blog.

rage judicata said...

Wait. I thought not being part of the MSM was a compliment?

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