The NFL, the NBA and Wisconsin labor
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I spent some time thinking about the NFL/NBA labor situation and how they might relate to the Wisconsin labor kerfuffle.

http://www.instituteofhigherthinking.com/2011/03/05/sports-and-labor/

As always, this link leads to my own blog, where I can play with a bit more freedom. Please feel welcome to comment on the web site or here in the Herald blog, but be aware that on my website I (a) pay more attention and (b) have a low threshold for idiocy, so think carefully about what you post there.

RATED PG-13 for some language you probably hear just about everywhere.


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Coffee commented on Sunday, Mar 06, 2011 at 09:52 AM

Do you read the Herald rules before posting a blog? It says no advertising.

Scott Garner commented on Sunday, Mar 06, 2011 at 10:59 AM

What are you, the hall monitor? This is a link, not an advertisement. The destination of the link is not selling anything either, nor is the link destination ad supported, so it gains nothing from increased traffic.

This is merely an invitation to interested parties like the ones on the Herald blog to read (or not) an opinion they might find interesting (or banal). If this is a violation of terms and conditions, then someone will notify me, remove the post or both. It's not going to hurt my feelings. I've worked, on and off, with many of the fine people at the Herald since the 1990s and many of them have reigned me in before.

Coffee commented on Sunday, Mar 06, 2011 at 23:10 PM

It doesn't have to sell something to be an advertisement. I can advertise reading one of my past blogs, I don't make money off of those but its still an advertisement. I don't know where you got the idea that advertisement = money. Maybe instead of trying to be an "edgy" blogger, you could spend that time studying.

Scott Garner commented on Monday, Mar 07, 2011 at 08:24 AM

And you could spend a little time learning web culture.

Coffee commented on Monday, Mar 07, 2011 at 09:07 AM

I'm pretty well learned in that area. You are just trying to be the next Rude Pundit, but you aren't good or funny at it. Plus you are begging for hits on a local blog site, desperate for hits much?

Scott Garner commented on Monday, Mar 07, 2011 at 22:40 PM

Meh. Worse has been said of me by better.

nitsuaevoli commented on Wednesday, Mar 09, 2011 at 16:18 PM

Wouldn't take much to find better, Garner. This cuppa joe has been standing in the pot way too long and is bitter, thick and rancid.


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