April 20, 2006

“On the Internet, no one knows you’re a dog.”

Filed under: — Chap @ 12:54 pm

“However, folks can generally discern a horse’s rear area.”

So says Tom McGuire in comments buried in a rather entertaining flap. Turns out a guy from the LA Times who was commenting as himself and also as “this other guy and I agree with him” got caught by Patterico with his undies in the mangle.

Then the aforementioned mangled-undies journalist responds with an emphatic attack on something else. Arguments are slightly familiar for some reason.

I must admit the timing of this flap in light of the most recent couple of weeks is especially delicious…

4 Responses to ““On the Internet, no one knows you’re a dog.””

  1. Francis Says:

    Hey stop stealing my blog post ideas –

  2. Dirty Dingus Says:

    Yeah what’s with that? Francis wrote it first the rest of you are all copy cats.

    Oh yeah and I have a great picture for that Hiltzik guy

  3. Independent Sources Says:

    Michael Hiltzik’s big bad week in the blogosphere

    Michael Hiltzik (pictured below but if you look closely you will see that he was drawn with the words “Independent Sources”) may be one of the most written about writers this week in the blogosphere. Independent Sources certainly contribut…

  4. chap Says:

    Hey, the “defense” sure sounded like something else I’ve heard lately…

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