Meet the Bloggers

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According to a University of Alabama study:

The results of two studies indicate that people who are high in openness to new experience and high in neuroticism are likely to be bloggers.

That’s me, alright.  I’m also high on life.  And very up with people.

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6 Responses to “Meet the Bloggers”

  1. jazzbumpa Says:

    Meet the bloggers, allright.

    Holy flaming pitchfork of Moloch.

    Publius explains his rationale for pseudonymous blogging.

    • urbino Says:

      I’ve never read Whelan’s work because I refuse to provide web hits to NRO. With one exception, I never even link to their content when I’m blogging about it, having run across it on some other blog (usually Sullivan).

      So I’ve no real knowledge of this Whelan person — if that’s his real name — but he seems like a blue-ribbon jackass on the original pattern.

  2. alsturgeon Says:

    Never trust a study about neurotic behavior from people who worship a man named Bear.

  3. jazzbumpa Says:

    OK. But as Bryants go, I’d take him over Anita,

  4. alsturgeon Says:

    What about Kobe?

  5. urbino Says:

    Rapist vs. racist. Push.

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