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  • 1. jeremiasx  |  February 11, 2007 at 6:11 pm

    Thanks for all your hard work on your blog…I like it.

    Check mine out sometime if you’d like…

    http://jeremiasx.wordpress.com

    I get about ten views a day…sadly…but I just got started.

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  • 2. bloggernista  |  February 11, 2007 at 6:42 pm

    Hey man, you are off to a good start with your blog. It takes a bit of time building viewership so hang in there. I am in my third month and working to build viewership too. Just keep writing interesting posts and folks will find you.

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  • 3. despicable  |  April 6, 2007 at 7:06 pm

    I have for the first time viewed your blog!
    Keep up the good work!
    I too have just started blogging, I don’t as yet have any visitors but I am getting a lot of things off my chest that was sitting there for a long time!
    You can be my first visitor if you go to..
    http://despicable-blog.blogspot.com

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  • 4. Marco  |  April 10, 2007 at 12:27 pm

    hey! i was reading your post about Joost. I have a Mac, and i would like to test it with joost, i read on the Joost website that mac users can use the remote control. So, if its not rude to ask, can u send me an invitation please? pretty please? lol : )

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  • 5. Johan  |  April 13, 2007 at 5:07 am

    Just wondering? What part of the country are you from? Or are you even here in the states? Your “About Me” is min.

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  • 6. bloggernista  |  April 13, 2007 at 5:25 am

    Johan, I am indeed in the States. I live in D.C.

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  • 7. tt  |  April 18, 2007 at 12:44 pm

    the site and content look awesome! keep up the good work– build it and they will come, indeed.

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  • 8. Lawrence Baker  |  July 15, 2007 at 5:26 pm

    July 4, 2007
    A Patriot’s Message
    The hammer falls on the Constitution of the United States of America. Our freedom and Democracy, our sovereignty as a nation is coming to an end.
    The politically appointed neoconservatives in Justice sneer at Habeas Corpus; Geneva Convention; worker, consumer, investor and environment protection; education; affirmative action; individual rights and “entitlements” like Social Security and health care.
    The corporate neo-con conspirators (Establishment) have their own agenda of a New World Order; W.T.O; N.A.F.T.A; N.A.U; immigration; globalization and “free trade”; military seizure of foreign oil fields; employing a private army of mercenaries and propagandist; “dealing” with Afghanistan Opium drug lords harboring Osama Bin Laden and financing Al Qaeda.
    The ideal corporate model is “Communism” where individual freedom and democracy are mute. The board of directors rule. The corporate neo-cons hate our regulatory government, Constitution and Individual Rights.
    Our Federal Government is purposely bankrupt by war/trade debt and the ideal corporate nation, China, are carrying trillions of dollars of our debt. Communist China and their junior corporate American partner’s technically own the”U.S.A” resulting in “Globalization” and loss of sovereignty. Mission accomplished. The surge strategy is not to win the war but to pump oil and further indebt U.S.A to Communist China. Patriots, sign on! Impeach Bush, Cheney and nullify their Supreme Court appointments!

    Lawrence Baker

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  • 9. Chase  |  July 18, 2007 at 11:46 pm

    Hey,
    Thanks so much for reading and even commenting on my site. It’s new and I’m having a lot of fun with it. I’ve been reading your blog for awhile, so that was encouraging.

    A reminder of your comment and my response…

    Bloggernista said…
    Like its a hobby and if you practice really hard you might get good at it. Being gay is something that you either have or you don’t. Except if you are bi, then you get a bit of gay and non-gay.

    July 18, 2007 6:11 AM

    Chase said…
    I’ve had my fair share of practice and believe I’m pretty good at it. lol. But the point is that I don’t have a choice whether I practice or not. I’m certainly not practicing for the other side and abstenance is the mind fuck of right wingers.

    I hope you’ll keep checking back and maybe I’ll join your blogroll someday =)Thanx again,
    Chase
    amerracuda.blogspot.com

    July 18, 2007 11:22 PM

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  • 10. Bostonian Queer in Dallas  |  July 21, 2007 at 6:13 am

    Great blog!

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  • 11. Rebecca Gomez  |  August 16, 2007 at 6:24 pm

    great blog,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,lets build it real big

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  • 12. Bloggernista  |  August 16, 2007 at 8:26 pm

    Rebecca, from your keyboard to the Goddess’ ears…

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  • 13. Prada Jones  |  August 22, 2007 at 12:47 pm

    I’m loving your blog and your photo! It’s sexy! I just started blogging and as soon as I pass blogging 101 yours will be the first I add to my blog roll as soon as I figure out what blog roll means.

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  • 14. Bloggernista  |  August 22, 2007 at 3:32 pm

    Thanks Prada! Good luck with your blog.

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  • 15. James L. Greenlee  |  September 18, 2007 at 1:32 am

    Just wanted to drop you a note, and let you know I think your site is great. I’ve excerpted you a couple of times on my own blog. I know my site gets relatively no traffic, but I thought I’d send as many people your way as I could! Keep it up.

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  • 16. Bloggernista  |  September 18, 2007 at 8:14 am

    Thanks James. I appreciate it.

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  • 17. Tacoby  |  September 18, 2007 at 5:11 pm

    come to my site! the url for my site iz: dethmakr.wordpress.com

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  • 18. theyellowmenace  |  October 4, 2007 at 1:34 pm

    You run a wonderfully thought-provoking blog. Thank you for all your hard work.

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  • 19. thegayrecluse  |  October 30, 2007 at 1:26 pm

    Fellow gay truth-seeker here–new to blogging but love your blog. Look forward to reading more–regards,

    The Gay Recluse

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  • 20. Michael Crawford  |  October 31, 2007 at 3:22 am

    Thanks! Good luck with your blog. I will be reading.

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  • 21. Dennis Lambart  |  March 17, 2008 at 12:11 am

    Dear Webmaster,

    I am Dennis Lambart, and a webmaster by profession just like you . I came across your site

    http://bloggernista.com/ looking for some material for my site. I must say, you have done exemplary work on your site. I would like to make you a business offer.

    I am principally interested in buying a number of text-links on your site.

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    Warm regards,

    Dennis Lambart.

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  • 22. Will Clark  |  April 3, 2008 at 9:59 am

    Michael!

    Great blog, I’m going to link to it from mine, could I get a listing on your site? http://www.willclarkworld.com 🙂 Thanks in advance!

    Will

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  • 23. charlie  |  April 23, 2008 at 5:56 pm

    hey quick question.

    where did you get the “I’m voting for Barack Obama” side link.
    is it on Obama’s website?
    I want to show my support prominently on my blog too.

    😀

    thanks.
    -charlie

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  • 24. Michael Crawford  |  April 24, 2008 at 9:52 am

    Charlie, here is the code that I used:

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  • 25. Bernie  |  September 5, 2008 at 7:13 pm

    Love your blog!

    Bernie

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  • 26. Ricky  |  September 11, 2008 at 12:42 am

    The site and content look awesome! keep up the good work. i also started a tech blog http://techhook.com plz give your valuable comments …
    thanx

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  • 27. Marjorie Saenz  |  September 18, 2008 at 8:48 am

    The topic of health care in the 2008 U.S. presidential election is one that is high on the minds of Americans. However, while most people are well aware of the immense challenges facing our health system (rising costs of medical care, malpractice, high prescription drug costs, medical bankruptcies, employers dropping coverage, 47 million uninsured Americans, etc.), they have less understanding of the specific solutions proposed by Senators Obama and McCain.

    We invite you to write a post about the topic of health care in ’08. There are clear policy differences between the Obama and McCain plans, who come from two differing philosophies on health care reform.

    “HealthDecision ’08: Obama and McCain on Health Care” is an initiative by HealthCare.com (http://www.healthcare.com) to help potential voters understand each candidate’s position. It is an objective comparison of the two platforms, and provides analysis as to the strengths and weaknesses of each. Most importantly, HealthDecision ’08 provides an interactive voting tool that allows users to “vote” for a preferred plan. HealthDecision can be accessed at http://decision.healthcare.com/obama-mccain/.

    HealthDecision ’08 will provide you with much of the primary research with which to form a post. In addition, we provide you with links to third-party election coverage from Health08.org, NPR, The New England Journal of Medicine, NY Times, National Journal, U.S. News, WebMD and many other sites, that may serve as supplemental information sources.

    I hope you’ll join us in our effort to raise voter understanding on this very important issue. We hope that you will use our information, and also link your readers to our site in order to have their voices heard.

    Lastly, if you’re interested in posting real-time results of the HealthDecision ’08 poll, please reply to this email for instructions on embedded our widget onto your blog.

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  • 28. dan  |  September 30, 2008 at 12:39 pm

    Dear Friends,

    I’d like to share with you my latest video: “No on Prop 8: California Ends Its Discrimination.” This video explains both the relevancy and the similarities of California’s anti-miscegenation history to the current battle with proposition 8.

    This is the written narrative:

    In 1948, the California Supreme Court in Perez v. Sharp ruled that the California anti-miscegenation statute, prohibiting marriage outside of one’s race, violated the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution and was therefore unconstitutional. This was the first time since Reconstruction that a state court had declared an anti-miscegenation law unconstitutional.

    California was the first state since Ohio in 1887 to repeal its anti-miscegenation law. In a number of states, state laws prohibiting interracial marriage and interracial sex were repealed after Perez v. Sharp.

    Why is it relevant to the prop 8 debate that California’s supreme court struck down the State’s anti-miscegenation law, a law that prevented someone of one race marrying one of another? Because the same arguments, religiously-based, societal- and culturally-based, that were used to validate that discrimination are nearly identical to those used to seek discrimination against same-sex couples today. Those who did not believe in the mixing of the races, in the government allowing its citizens the freedom to choose who they wished to marry because they believed it would degrade society and country, that it would create a “mongrol” nation, fought to impose anti-miscegenation laws in this and almost every other state. These opponents to interracial marraige were largely prejudiced, but many truly believed they were saving society.

    So it is quite relevant that in May, the California court, a Republican and conservative court, voted that the same legal argument, that such an infringement on civil rights, violates the 14th amendment of the US constitution.

    The California Supreme Court struck down the state’s ban on same-sex marriage May 15, 2008 in a broadly worded decision that would invalidate virtually any law that discriminates on the basis of sexual orientation.

    The 4-3 ruling declared that the state Constitution protects a fundamental “right to marry” that extends equally to same-sex couples. It tossed a highly emotional issue into the election year while opening the way for tens of thousands of gay people to wed in California, starting as early as mid-June.

    The majority opinion, by Chief Justice Ronald M. George, declared that any law that discriminates on the basis of sexual orientation will from this point on be constitutionally suspect in California in the same way as laws that discriminate by race or gender, making the state’s high court the first in the nation to adopt such a stringent standard.

    The decision was a bold surprise from a moderately conservative, Republican-dominated court that legal scholars have long dubbed “cautious,” and experts said it was likely to influence other courts around the country.

    “Our state now recognizes that an individual’s capacity to establish a loving and long-term committed relationship with another person and responsibly to care for and raise children does not depend upon the individual’s sexual orientation,” George wrote for the majority. “An individual’s sexual orientation — like a person’s race or gender — does not constitute a legitimate basis upon which to deny or withhold legal rights.”

    Many gay Californians said that even the state’s broadly worded domestic partnership law provided only a second-class substitute for marriage. The court agreed.

    Giving a different name, such as “domestic partnership,” to the “official family relationship” of same-sex couples imposes “appreciable harm” both on the couples and their children, the court said.

    Now those who have traditionally opposed homosexuality, placed onto the ballot Proposition 8, which would limit marriage only to heterosexual couples and would deny same-sex couples the legal tax and family benefits of a civil marriage. It is the hope of Prop 8 proponents to impose their religious beliefs into the constitution of our secular state government and our democratic society. They should not be hated for their ignorance, but they must be stopped.

    Music Credit: Clay Aiken, “O Come, O Come, Emmanuel” – to read more about the first day of California same-sex unions, go to: http://ebar.com/news/article.php?sec=

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  • 32. Héctor  |  January 8, 2009 at 4:31 pm

    We present you the short film “Nowhere without my parents” a surrealistic comedy about gays. The short film was directed by Vicente Bonet with the actors Isabel Gadea and Marcos Garcia. The soundtrack is from Roberto Pérez of “Lo que surja” show.

    This short film was presented in the festival Notodofilmfest.com and you can see it in next link: http://www.notodofilmfest.com/index.php?corto=5749 . “Nowhere without my parents” is on top of the box office during his two first weeks.

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  • 40. Denise Thornton  |  May 6, 2010 at 2:44 pm

    Hello Bloggernista…I just learned about your blog today, while looking for mine. I should have checked for blog names before I did mine.

    I will get mine changed today…as soon as, I come up with one.
    I love the TJ Max commercial, where they use the word (fashionista). Thats what gave me the idea for one of my blogs.

    I am a new blogger, been at it off and on for about a year now.
    Since your blog is already established, I feel that I should not use a name that is almost the same as yours.

    I read some of your blogs and you have a very good site.

    Well, I guess I’ll go back to the drawing board.

    Dennyt

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  • 41. Denise Thornton  |  May 6, 2010 at 2:45 pm

    Oh, my blog is called bloggernistaonline.com…that’s what I’m changing..

    dennyt

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