Dayton v. Kennedy

Returning Senator Mark Dayton to the Ranks of the Idle Rich in 2006



TBFKADVK got a bit misty-eyed yesterday upon reading we were among the most "evil" websites of the Northern Alliance/Minnesota Organization of Bloggers confederation. I'm just not sure how we were bested by Belief Seeking Understanding, a blog devoted to a curious amalgamation of computer coding and Christian apologetics. From The Nihilist:

The Evil and The Good

I noticed that several mob sites used the Gematricular to determine whether their website was good or evil. According to their website, “The Gematriculator is a service that uses the infallible methods of Gematria developed by Mr. Ivan Panin to determine how good or evil a web site or a text passage is.”

Well, if it says so on the internet, it must be true. I ran all of the NARN and MOB websites through it, and as of this morning, here are the most and least evil members. I’m not sure how infallible it is, Nihilist in Golf Pants and Kool Aid Report are among the least evil. But then again, The Bleat rates as the least evil of all, so maybe there is something to it.

The most evil (evil percentage):

1. Belief Seeking Understanding 51%
2. Flyover Country 48%
3. The Night Writer 47%
5. Minnesota Democrats Exposed 44%
6. it’s noon somewhere 43%
7. Power Line 42%
8. Echo Zoe 41%
Scholar’s Notebook 41%
10. PolicyGuy 39%
The Bickersons 39%
12. Macaroni Penguin 38%
Our House 38%
SCSU Scholars 38%
Shot in the Dark 38%
The First Ring 38%
the whippersnapper 38%
18. Captain’s Quarters 37%
Jay Redding 37%
19. faithmouse 36%
Plastic Hallway 36%
21. CenterFeud 35%
EckerNet 35%
Smoothing Plane 35%
24. Brainstorming 34%
Flown to the Roll 34%
Pair O’Dice 34%
Rocks Off 34%
Shock and Blog 34%
The Attic 34%
30. pinkmonkeybird 33%
sprucegoose 33%
32. Bogus Gold 32%
Centrisity 32%
Craig Westover 32%
Solablagola 32%
Speed Gibson 32%
The M.A.W.B. Squad 32%


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