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Murat (vivant actuellement en/au RWANDA) publié par lecteurs on 09/10/2013
FionaYou may be disappointed but here goes.I found blogs in 2006, ehetir Matt Price of Lavartus Prodeo (sp), then found Brians poll blog, didn't comment just read. Tim Dunlop's got me addicted, and I was pleased to find many people felt like I did, in regards Howard. It was a relief. Then William's Poll Bludger appeared and I was in seventh heaven. Still didn't comment. Knew I was addicted when his site kept going down due to quota limits. Like a few here, donated money to keep his bandwidth up. In 2008 Ad Astra started his blog, The Political Sword, as a box in Poll Bludger. It was the first blog I felt comfortable commenting on, not that I have much to say.I have many times wanted to comment, mainly in support of some people, to congratulate or commiserate. I look at PB most days to get BK's links and cartoons, especially after I gave up newspapers online.I read this blog for a couple of days and felt comfortable putting my 2/- worth in. I just want everyone here to know that I am a full on lurker and follow your thoughts and lives and well, I will miss not commenting, but rest assured I will be quietly supporting you all. As most of you have said, the rancor is just too much some times at PB. I am no good with conflict of a personal nature and know exactly who to read and who to scroll. Oh, one last thing, I was one of those dumb ignoramuses that didn't care about politics until Howard won in 2004, I was shocked that people could vote for them after all they had done. I could then see what sort of a future he had set out for Australia, and I didn't like it. Found blogs, knew I wasn't alone, and have felt included ever since.Hope that all made sense.
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