Wednesday, March 02, 2011

Top ten biblioblogs by vote

I decided some time ago to completely ignore the list of top 50 biblioblogs. I was just being a pain about it, and I didn't want to foist my irritation on others ad infinitum. So imagine my astonishment on finding out that somebody, or a collection of somebody's, has voted this blog among the top ten biblioblogs. Shoot, now I am going to have to improve my manners and act like one of the gang. No more crankypants!

In a timely fashion, longtime blogfriend, Dan Brennan has emailed me about this post on cross gender friendship. What a bouquet of roses it is tonight.

8 comments:

Rod said...

Congrats, Suzanne!

Oh, and yes, keep up the good work on kephale. I shall be linking to it either this Women's history month or during this Lenten season. I am "giving up" Kyriarchy.

J. K. Gayle said...

Shoot, now I am going to have to improve my manners and act like one of the gang. No more crankypants!

No, please forget acting like one of the gang, all manners and no crankypants most of 'em.

The reason you're getting the votes is because you're not so much like those guys!

Bob MacDonald said...

Sue, I am happy to hear this news. At the same time, visibility does create the need for shrewdness as Qohelet would say. I, by the way, did not vote. Now that I know votes might mean something, I just may.

I like what you are doing and have done. In the 'will do', may it please many in the spirit of psalm 40, the prepared body, the dug ear.

One day I will also write of the one day of Gen 2:4 and the unity of John 17. It will be my coverage of 'atonement' and what maybe might reflect a reconciliation of unity that encompasses both Genesis - the two became one - and the Shema. But I get a head of myself. And like aleph I should give precedence to bet as the beginning.

Rachel said...

Congrats - very deserved

Anonymous said...

Congrats.

Don Johnson

Paula said...

Let's all keep voting for her so a quality "mutualist" blog stays in the Top 10 and vexes the male supremacists.

Martin Gamble said...

Congratulations. I really enjoy reading your blog.

Suzanne McCarthy said...

Wow, Martin - that is such a complement. I can't tell you how much that means to me.