HomeQuote Of The DayQuote Of The Day Quote Of The Day Kevin February 3, 2005 Quote Of The Day 10 Comments Two hundred grand and he still couldn’t afford a blogroll? Way to share the bloggy wealth, Andrew. (Tim Blair on Andrew Sullivan’s retirement) Forgiveness The Minority Report Related Posts Quote Of The Day – You Are Stuck On Stupid Edition Quote Of The Day – Higher Education Edition Quote Of The Day – Smackdown Edition About The Author Kevin Kevin founded Wizbang in 2003. He still contributes occasionally and handles all the technical and design work for the site. 10 Comments Scott Ferguson February 3, 2005 He wouldn’t even acknowledge by name who wrote to his letters page. I guess he didn’t want to feed anybody’s ego. JimK February 3, 2005 Except his own. One of the reasons I stopped going there almost a year ago. leelu February 3, 2005 …won’t be missed here. OneDrummer February 3, 2005 Sullivan still has a blog??? Comes under the ‘whatever’ headline, doesn’t it? mesablue February 3, 2005 Haven’t been there in a while either, but if not for him I might not be here. Best wishes to Andrew. McGehee February 3, 2005 Andrew who? -S- February 3, 2005 You know, I wrote somewhere, maybe here, can’t remember where but do remember what I wrote, and that was about Sullivan’s “blog” and his “fundraising drive” and the frequent donors donating, who’d write about it, which is why I knew about it, I wrote after one and one only looksee at Sullivan’s location that he seemed very much like a con with a game going, and I think I was right. Look at the essence of what he promotes, what his “mission” actually was, all those words later only to unearth what his motivation and purpose actually was, funded by willing, gullible donors eager to, um, what? What was the attraction there? I mean, really, what was it? I surmised, after my one and one only lookover of Sullivan’s site and that was prior to the Election but approaching it, my only and complete thought about the source behind the site was that he had managed to tease into commitment many. Excellent con work. Still a con. -S- February 3, 2005 I bet we’ll find that Sullivan enjoys a walk through Europe with a flourish only to realize that, OMGosh, he’s just got to go with Howard Dean because of an epiphany he had, a voice that led him to, a dream that revealed to him, a newly developed sense of pride in… -S- February 3, 2005 So many donors, so eager to assist. Suckers are born every minute. michaelt February 4, 2005 What I want to know is – will Sullivan still be called upon by the networks as one of “the” representatives of the blogging community (him and Wonkette) even though he won’t be blogging?