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- A Wounded Heart, Who Can Bear?
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- Yes, Santa Claus, There Is a Virginia
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- A Hole in the Universe
- Riding on the Dreams of Others
- Turning Into a Shark
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- What If the Man Behind the Curtain Is No Wizard After All?
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- Working With Broken Machines
- Happy Anniversary, Baby
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- Identity Crisis ("Who am I?")
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- Forgiveness is a Rare Thing
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- Working With Broken Machines
- A New Leg to Stand On
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- We All Have a Great Capacity for Loss
- Brushed Lightly By Might Have Beens
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- Exotic in Thin Air (Part 2, Taxi)
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"From this hour I ordain myself loos'd of limits and imaginary lines, going where I list, my own master total and absolute, Listening to others, considering well what they say, Pausing, searching, receiving, contemplating, Gently, but with undeniable will, divesting myself of the holds that would hold me."

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Thursday, March 04, 2004
 

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Blogger Idol Week 7 Top Picks!

This week's field was small, but was really a field of diamonds.

I'm breaking with tradition this week, because I want to mention two entries in particular that were absolutely exceptional. So, instead of listing five entries in no particular order, I want to mention these two first:

  • ganns - Let's play with Week 6's Blogger Idols via a #1 Madonna song, exclusively on Superblessed.net! Wow. Talk about some work put into an entry! Ganns went through every Week 6 entry and placed paraphrases of their topics or authors into a rewritten version of Madonna's "Vogue." Not only that, but he linked them! Well done, Ganns, you share the top spot this week on this blog!


  • Lypton Village - This week's entry Notice that Amanda did not describe her topic, either here or in the entry itself. With the barest of introductions, she sends her message in images alone. Wow, for some reason, this one touches me deeper than Webster's can reach. These images caress your soul and whisper right to your heart. Well done, Amanda, stand right up there on the podium with the dancing geeks!

(Yeah, we tried to get real professional dancers, but they were way too expensive, so we had to get some geeks, they do it for free.)

Now, sharing second place we have the following great entries:
  • Bryan - playing church A point well made, and made poetically even. Not to mention that he's right, which helps.


  • alyshajane - Playthings...Whatever you do, don't discount this one just because it is a picture of toys... On simple things, broad statements rest.


  • Bridgier - Playing Myself. Intimate. Honest. Unreserved. Forgiven.

That's it for this week, but click on the icon above and read them yourselves. All of the entries were good, and you will find a few new blogs that you have never seen before.

Trust me on this, it's worth it.


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