Ade's website is suspended at the mo'
Posted by Howard the Duck on 3/17/2012, 3:47 am, in reply to "I don't go to Babble, but I generally keep up with what's going on over there"
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: George just tries to pretend Adrian doesn't
: exist, while Adrian tries to pretend he's in
: some sort of competition and he believes
: that he's either winning or at least one of
: the "big three" with George and
: Mark. Neither of these are true. Like John
: said, our sites aren't all that important
: outside of our little circle of music nerds
: here, and that's perfectly fine.
: I've never been a fan of Adrian's site. I
: don't think he explains his opinions all
: that well, and I never know what an album
: sounds like when I'm done reading one of his
: reviews. But I'll leave him alone.
: Somewhat off topic, but can I just say that
: I'm kind of glad that so many of us started
: doing review blogs at the time we did? I
: enjoy the writing of all three of the other
: guys (Carey, Mr. X, Pete), and I'd like to
: think I'm doing alright myself, and all of
: us started right around the time Mark
: disappeared and now when Adrian seems to be
: gone as well.
: We have good timing, is what I'm getting at.
: Not in an opportunistic way, but in a
: "reviewers are disappearing from our
: little community, let's plug the gap"
: --Previous Message--
: A good example of the Babble/Ade feud
: (continued over a couple of threads). Login
: = guest, Password = password
: I generally only pick on Ade when he starts
: making exaggerations of about the importance
: of his site, like using a misleading
: definition of hit or bragging about how his
: site is rated higher than other people's on
: google when that's actually only true on
: google.co.uk (which nobody outside Britain
: cares about, google.com is all that really
: matters). The truth is that none of our
: sites are actually important outside our
: little sphere, and that's ok.
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