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February 09, 2005

The Margot Fan Club

Perhaps this is me being a little unkind (what, Tim, unkind? Never!) but I thought this comment on the ever fragrant Margot’s blog should not go unnoticed:

As a government employee in Stockholm I make it my first thing in the morning to visit your blog (and Kofi Annan's UN page).

Kaj Karlsson

That does seem to explain a lot about the Swedish Model really, doesn’t it? Reading transnationalist propaganda before one has even had a whizz or a cup of coffee, before even leaving the bedroom for those morning flatii in polite solitude. How long before it becomes compulsory?

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That comment jumped out at me too. This guy certainly knows which side his bread is buttered on! Perhpas he reads the UN page mostly for job ads? There could be a few tranzi plum openings coming up very soon. . .

Posted by: Irene Adler | Feb 9, 2005 6:23:31 PM

Hi, I'm the guy you are writing about. I must say it's fascinating to see that there is a website monitoring Margot's blog, among others. What kind of page is this? Tim's own blog?

Anyhoo, Margot and Kofi aren't the only ones getting visited in the morning (actually after my whizz AND cofee, can you imagine) but also national and international newspapers.

The positive side of Margot's blog is that you get some "inside thoughts" on the events that occur. The EU isn't normally a very easy organization to get an inside view in. But naturally, her entrys are influenced by her politics. How can it be any different? I think she does a great job and are a fine representative of a system that I support (but you don't it seem). Given all the crap people in her position have to take, I think she also could use some support.

Happy blogging!

Posted by: Kaj | Feb 11, 2005 12:04:44 PM