Better Know a Lady: Pyle of List

Jonathan Pyle of Pyle of List has gone completely off-the-rails and undetaken the dangerous and often frightening endeavor of interviewing various “mid-major” bloggers from around the interwebs.  One of his first stops is with the Ladies… (natch), intending to do a great Lady Algonquin Round Table.  However, the awesomeness of eight Ladies could not be contained in one post (or even two or three posts), so instead: Fridays are Ladies’ Day at Pyle of List!  He kicked it off yesterday with an enlightening introductory narrative, envisioning the blogosphere as a row of fraternity and sorority houses at Ebays University.  (EU for short.  Say it out loud, I’ll wait).

Today he kicks off his Ladies series.  Batting lead-off like a gritty David Eckstein is Ladies’ very own yours truly.  I dish the dirt on the athletes I like, my thoughts on the blogosphere and my Ed Sullivan Show-esque talents of spinning plates and ventriloquism.  So, mosey on over to Pyle of List and get to know your Ladies.  Next week:  Gordon Shumway tickles the collective funnybone of the ethernets.

16 thoughts on “Better Know a Lady: Pyle of List

  1. If y’all are living in plantation-style mansions, that means I’m living in a van down by the river.

    If this van is a rockin’, don’t come a knockin’

  2. Ventriloquism?!! Spinning Plates?!! More deeply disturbing but tantalizing attributes.

    BTW, lovely photo.

  3. Ladies…, I know you received a lot of entries for the hot blogger contest, and it’s taking some time to process them. But are us homely male bloggers going to have to go on a hunger strike to get this contest started? I have posters!

  4. Let me be the first to say, you Ladies… are anything but mid-major. Certainly D-1 power conference all the way.

    To paraphrase Ron Burgandy (looks around fro Rob I.):
    “You’re a big deal.”

  5. MCBias, that is a wonderful poster. And don’t worry, we promise it is coming. Holly has been working day and night and day and night to get it ready. There were A LOT of submissions to work through.

  6. “Ladies…, I know you received a lot of entries for the hot blogger contest, and it’s taking some time to process them. But are us homely male bloggers going to have to go on a hunger strike to get this contest started? I have posters!”

    Actually, I think a hunger strike would improve my chances – I’m doing it.

  7. “There were A LOT of submissions to work through”

    What you meant to say was Holly is working hard and fast day and night on one very BIG sumbmission…mine. wink wink.

    Extra P, McBias. Don’t go on a hunger strike. Ladies don’t dig on dudes who weigh less then them.

  8. That dude who won the Kentucky Derby lied to me, then.

    I’m not willing to go below 195, though. In fact, I feel uncomfortable with the first digit even being a one.

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  10. What exactly constitutes a Mid-Major Blog? I was under the impression that mine was one step below that…like say, the NEC Conference…someone let me know…

  11. Shorty, you have no idea how easy it is to become mid-major. Step one is to post relatively often so people have something to see when they come to your page, second is to not get bored and quit after six months. Third is…. hmmm. This part is smudged, I can’t quite read it. Sorry!

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