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Posted on April 17, 2010. Filed under: blogosphere, Blogroll | Tags: , , , , |

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Valentine’s Day Gets Killed

Posted on February 14, 2008. Filed under: alec's life, blogosphere, prose before hos |

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Top PBH Posts

Posted on August 29, 2007. Filed under: blogosphere, prose before hos |

Wow!! Lucky number 706559! Were you that person? Anyway, to celebrate such a feat, here are the top 5 popular posts at PBH:

1. Happy Memorial Day
2. Why I Hate Capitalism
3. Donkey Love
4. Ask A Shiite: Perceptions of America
5. The First Thing I Saw On The Way To Work
6. Inster Fashion
7. Civilian Death Statistics in Iraq & Afghanistan
8. Patrick Leahy Bitchslaps for America
9. Rudy Giuliani or Vampire Ghouliani?
10. Loose Post 9-11 Lips

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Top 10 PBH Posts Of All Time

Posted on May 9, 2007. Filed under: blogosphere, prose before hos |

It’s official: PBH is well over 1000 posts! And to celebrate, here is the Top 10 PBH Posts for all you Prose Before Hos newcomers and veterans alike (click here for the top 10 of the first 400 posts).

1. The definitive and most popular PBH entry to this day — Hurry up and Kill Yourself For 10 Emo Points — Anonymous Banker examines an amazing local news report on the problem of ’emo’ (short for emotions, the investigative report tells us), concluding with the use of a sarcastic, humorous online quiz about how emo you are with a point system based on self-mutilation and how many sweaters one owns.

2. A few days after the Virginia Tech shootings, it became clear that the media was going to make a cult celebrity out of the shooter, rather than focus on the victims or other significant events in the world. The two posts that came of this — 33 Dead Americans is a Tragedy, 33 Dead Iraqi’s is a Statistic, and 1 Crazy Gunman is a Tragedy, 200 Dead Iraqi’s is a Statistic — were followed enough to spawn a Facebook group.

3. Ever hated Americans, even if you are one? Then you’ve come to the right place. Even though these posts haven’t become the most popular, they’re a personal favorite of mine. Check out Thoughts of the Average American, Part 1 and Part 2, followed by Soliloquy from Anonymous Middle American.

4. The infamous Travel to the Land of Sheep, which landed us on local radio for an expose in Part one on a Christian rap remix of Baby Got Back (cleverly entitled Baby got Bible). Parts two and three and worthwhile but not nearly as wonderful as Part 1.

5. Continuing on the theme of those cwazy Christians, Peanut Butter, The Atheists Nightmare, is a video produced that thought to dispel Evolution. How, you may ask? Well, by showing that since peanut butter doesn’t evolve, evolution doesn’t exist! I mean, how stupid can you be not to see that?

6. Of course, talking about Christians without talking about their shepherds wouldn’t be fun. Enter Rush Limbaugh, the perpetual foot in mouth fatso who somehow outlived Imus on the airwaves. In Rush the Magic Racist, the unending chronicles of Rush’s perpetual racism are exhibited, including his latest ‘gaffe’, a song called ‘Obama the Magic Negro’.

7. Loose Post 911 Lips: Donald Rumsfeld says in discussing 9/11 that the plane was ‘shot down’ in Pennsylvania. Oops.

8. What is PBH and the consequential mandatory argument with anonymous internet liberal vampires. For years, people have wondered, what is PBH, and why is it so god damn great? But still others wonder, why do you hate women? Well, we don’t necessarily HATE women, we just find it amusing when they get hit in the butt with newspapers by superhero’s. Read Kit’s and Alec’s interpretation of PBH, and read the insuing BLOG MELEE.

9. One of the better serious writings on PBH since the 400 post mark, Filling the Void: Saudi Diplomacy in a Realigned Middle East evaluates the new role of Saudi Arabia in the wake of the Mecca agreements, increased Sunni/Shiite violence in Iraq, and the rise of Iran as a regional power.

10. My definitive prank in high school: I tore down a Valentine’s Day poster in front of a lunch room of 1000 plus and was lucky enough to capture it on video.

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I AM KING OF THE BLOGOSPHERE!

Posted on May 4, 2007. Filed under: blogosphere, prose before hos, Uncategorized |

Not really, but almost. ProseBeforeHos is doing strong — we’re over 1000 posts, a lot of frequent visitors, and plenty of controversy. We were featured on Wonkette for our reporting on the media’s coverage of the 33 people who died at Virginia Tech and the 33 that died in Iraq on the same day, Crooks & Liars for our take on Rush Limbaugh’s racism, and constantly do well on Reddit. Considering how much effort we’ve put into the site, it’s nice to see some returns (especially when we’ve been blogging for roughly two years!).

In more news, I made my first post on PeaceTree entitled SOLILOQUY FROM ANONYMOUS MIDDLE AMERICAN, which sparked an interesting controversy with the individuals at Liberally Mirth that climaxed in an argument on our site. Else than that, it’s been work work work with a douse of playing and other various things. I’ll try to have update this more regularly but I’m pretty consumed with the other various elements of the BLOGOSPHERE! Until later….

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