Thursday, December 27, 2007

Jon Swift is a deity

Just for his writing, we can safely conclude that Jon Swift is a genius. But that's not all. Jon Swift is incredibly generous with his blogroll, giving exposure and support to hundreds of bloggers (myself included), many (myself not included) given the cold shoulder by the liberal blogging elite, and for this we must call him a hero. Most people would be well satisfied to just stop there, but Jon Swift gives us more.

He's asked all the members of his blogroll to offer their best post of 2007, and he's published them today. And not only does he just give us the links, it appears he's actually read each offering and supplied witty capsule summaries for them all.

No other conclusion can stand the test of reason: Jon Swift is a god among bloggers. Go there, and worship in awe.

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