The Huffington Post Challenge

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As the one or two people who read my post know I have taken a strong stance against The Huffington Post’s latest disaster. Their new invasive anonymity policy is not only bad for their members but very dangerous  to online discourse far worse than any troll’s words.

People go there, regardless of anything else that maybe useful about the site, to argue. Nobody likes to admit to it but we hear it all the time “I just kicked some troll ass YAY!”  I don’t think there’s anything wrong in that, sometimes in the course of a vibrant discussion comes a point that you can’t say anything more than a repetition of something previously stated, one CANNOT make opposing ideologues see the light no mater how intricate or elegant an argument is made.

That was a mini rant that had nothing to do with the challenge.

So here is the challenge HP has become an aggregation vortex offering little original content they HOG every story and pat themselves in the  back as if they are the internet itself.

I CHALLENGE YOU  to post a stories that are not HPee linked. 99% of what is posted on the site is available at the original source, give a click to the people who deserve it not the MONSTER threatening the way discourse is done on-line. One page is all I ask can you do it?

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437 Responses to The Huffington Post Challenge

  1. Caller no. 8 says:

    I miss Recent Comments up top.

  2. Caller no. 8 says:

    This so totally deserves to be on Jack’s 2000th & HP Challenge Page

    Boxxy ~ Love and Trolls

  3. Caller no. 8 says:

    Jackhole’s first post. Think I’m gonna cry. 😦

  4. Haruko Haruhara says:

    Mike Napoli’s home run was measured at 460 feet!

  5. Caller no. 8 says:

    We now observe an extended moment of lurking for Jack’s 2000 post.

  6. Jacko latent says:

    I got an early day in the AM so I can’t stay just want to let you in on a secret birthday party—I’ll make a page tomorrow by noon lets keep it quiet until then. good night.

  7. Caller no. 8 says:

    What to do if the Baggers drag us into default the next time. Everybody listen up.

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