I got a pingback on my Katy Perry vs. Zooey Deschanel post from an indie music blog entitled Radio Exile. After reading the article, I was a little confused.
Why don’t you take a gander at the article and see for yourself? From what I’ve been able to gather the author is trying to refute the point that these two broads could be twins. If that is indeed the case, I figured he wouldn’t pit an almost identical picture of each woman next to each other. He did. I also expected him to give at least one shred of evidence supporting his hypothesis. He didn’t.
Why, I ask again, did he write this blog post? Is it just an excuse to express his stalker-esque love for the two broads? Why does he choose to refute my wonderful, light-hearted little nugget of a blog post?
Don’t get me wrong, I’m happy about the traffic it will bring me, and I’m honored that someone stumbled upon my article in Google (or whatever search engine he used). Plus, I love when people have different opinions than me – it makes for good discussions. I just think the content of the article is lacking a bit.
And who doesn’t like calling someone a “broad” every five years or so? It’s satisfying and holy. Broads.
Radio Exile, I’m sorry to say, but you are now labeled in the following category:
You aren’t allowed to write an article without any relevant points and then say in summary “I made concise points” and expect it to make your crooked logic straight. I’m not trying to be mean here, just be aware that if you mess with a pathetic bumbling monster of a disarrayed crappy blog like The Gimcrack Miscellany, it’s going to attempt a quiet, meaningless retaliation
Also, I noticed he wasn’t thrilled about The Dark Knight. I’m beginning to think maybe he just has a case of Alternative Complex. You know, the complex where you hate things that are trendy just because they’re trendy. It’s a guess – I could be way off.
One more time, in case you missed it:
* This is obviously all in fun. Check out Radio Exile, and if you like what they have to say drop them a line in the comments. Every blog likes moar comments!