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If the Blogosphere were a Nation

Paul has been imagining if the Blogosphere was a Nation and has started putting together some office bearers including:

Well – I agree with Robert who responds to Paul’s nomination with a very gracious post about everyone being the president. Whilst these lists are fun they do tend to be a bit of a mutual admiration society and miss most of the amazing bloggers that are out there – many of whom I’m loving getting to know over the past few months.

My only addition to Robert’s thoughts are that when I showed my wife Paul’s post she laughed her head off – I think the thought of me in charge of anything to do with money really amused her to the point of hysterics. Thanks Paul.

Update – Jeremy posts his Blogosphere Heads of State.

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Comments

  1. Tris Hussey says:

    Or…we can try the Parlimentary approach…
    http://blog.larixconsulting.com/blog/_archives/2005/4/23/612084.html

  2. Tom Hanna says:

    I suppose suggesting Eugene Volokh instead of Glenn Reynolds might be evidence of some sort of Volokh Conspiracy.