Guy Murray's Predictable Linkfest
Never has a Mormon blogger held the standards of quality, the Divinely uninspired Bloggernacle, and those rights that are subjectively, shallowly rooted in cyberspace’s history and tradition . . . and implicit in the concept of substantive commentary, in such disdain and contempt as has Guy Murray.

Prime: Murray's Constant Posting of Boring, Irrelevant non-Mormon Content to the Mis-named M&A Endorses T&S's Culture of Corruption

Washington, DC — SnarkerNacle Majority Leader Snarkimus Prime made the following statement today after Guy Murray posted more of the same kind of drivel that brought the Bloggernacle Times down:

“Guy Murray's decision to continue to vomit irrelevant political crap into the Bloggernacle is disgraceful. Shutting down the Bloggernacle Times was the one faint glimmer of accountability for the Bloggernacle elite's efforts to control the Bloggernacle and silence critics of the Mormon Archipelago. Now, even that small bit of justice has been undone. DMI Dave correctly determined that Murray deserved to be silenced for spamming the Bloggernacle. Wordpress gives Guy Murray the power to post crap, but history will judge him harshly for using that power to promote his own personal political agenda in a Mormon forum that does not care what he thinks.”


Anonymous said... @ July 3, 2007 at 9:50 AM

But, most of all I hate his self righteous attitude.

Anonymous said... @ July 3, 2007 at 9:51 AM


Anonymous said... @ July 3, 2007 at 12:20 PM

i've decided that guy murray is really an operative of karl rove. his instructions are to take positions in online fora that are so poorly thought out and annoying that they repel people who might otherwise agree with him. reading m&a is like listening to somebody repeatedly hit the same key on the piano, over and over and over and over.

Anonymous said... @ July 4, 2007 at 11:32 AM

Is there a satirical reason this title says "ptosting?" Or is it just a typo?

I didn't follow the link to Guy, so I don't really know.

Anonymous said... @ July 4, 2007 at 3:21 PM

Its satirical, following Guy's typo of "Stitting"

Anonymous said... @ July 5, 2007 at 5:15 PM

It's also a little bit ironic that Guy is quoting a letter from Moroni to Pahoran that turned out to be completely unjustified. As it happens, the only place that Pahoran was sitting on his throne in a stupor was in Moroni's imagination.

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