Update: This post has been edited so as not to imply that anyone said something they didn’t specifically say (but apparently didn’t counter either).
I gotta say, it’s more than a little discouraging when the message at a blogging 101 seminar for D.C. political types was that they only need to read the top 250 or so blogs (i.e., the "A-List" essentially), and that they really don’t need to bother with the rest of us. Hell, some of the “A-Listers” don’t even read blogs, except for other “A-Listers”. (Why do the rest of us read/link to them, again?) But then I don’t guess that have to enter into the discussion with the rest of us. After all, people are gonna read them anyway; probably because someone told them they should.
I shouldn’t be surprised. As a guy, I suppose I should be used to being judged according to who’s got the most or the biggest. That’s the way the world works. Shit flows downhill. The folks at the top of the hill get the goods. The rest of us get crapped on.
I don’t guess I have to worry about posting this either. After all — given my place on the food chain, which isn’t such a bad spot, all things considered — you shouldn’t be reading this.