Vote Here — 2009 Niblets Awards

John DehlinMormon, Niblets 32 Comments

Voting is now closed.

Voting for the 2009 Niblets has begun.  You may click the selections to view the links as many times as you wish. Then make your final selection and click the “vote” button. Once you click the “vote” button on each category, you cannot change your vote.  You may make one selection for each poll except the last one; for the write-in category, you may choose up to three selections.  Each person may vote one time. Polls will close at the stroke of midnight on January 31st.

Here we go . . .

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Comments 32

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  4. I have not been a fan of the past efforts at doing this.

    But this is pretty freakin’ awesome. Nice work and kudos to those who are putting this together. It’s a ridiculous amount of work to review the output of the ‘Nacle in any given year and I’d be afraid to even think about trying to do it.

    I have quite a bit of stuff to come back and read in here. Thanks.

    Also, at least one of gst’s comments on that “Loving Hitler” post made me laugh out loud. Again. That alone made this whole thing worthwhile.

  5. This is totally stupid, I hate all of you, especially that pushy BiV, and Ziff who is the meanest person I’ve ever met in my life. (I need some drama with my corn.)

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  9. People, I don’t get the love for JohnR’s excommunication which was neither heartbreaking, nor wrenching, nor joyous. It was inevitable, totally foreseeable, and somewhat pointless since he left the church long before it left him. Can someone explain the love it is receiving?

  10. “It appears it’s a clean sweep for Jack!”

    Whoa there! I am clearly gaining on the spaghetti-strapped-strumpet*. She’ll just have to find herself a new bloggernacle…

    *yes, Jack, you can use that 🙂

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