More Signs of the Coming Blogocalypse


Rosie O'Donnell has a blog (WARNING—poetry). And so does Cambodian King Norodom Sihanouk. His Majesty is also generous enough to share his Musique & Chansons, some home pictures, and—according to the dry wits at the U.S. Foreign Broadcast Information Service—his political opinions:

So far, most of the postings appear without comment while others contain subtle wording, or use question and exclamation marks, to convey Sihanouk's views–frequently as veiled tangents–on given issues.

Links via Jeff Jarvis and Secrecy News.

NEXT: Walter Williams in Rock and Roll Hall of Fame!

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  1. “Rosie O’Donnell has a blog (WARNING — poetry)”

    Can someone
    please explain to me
    what makes this
    a poem?

  2. Are you sure that’s Rosie O’Donnell’s blog? I dunno, I guess I just figured a wealthy (onceadored) celebrity wouldn’t use blogspot, but rather like, plus the blog just looks like shit, Rosie was cool in my book in League of their Own (I was also like 11) but when her show came out, I couldn’t stand her.

  3. Can someone
    please explain to me
    what makes this
    a poem?

    I wish to fuck
    I knew
    Then I could be
    A poet too

    Oops, I rhymed
    But by mistake
    That’s not what
    Serious poets do
    There, I fixed it.

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