May 14, 2003
Conservatives still love me

Awhile back, I mentioned that I'd received an unsolicited offering from the Heritage Foundation to periodically receive "short notices about significant Heritage studies, publications and events". As it happens, I never did receive any such email from them, so unless one of the other recipients of this missive can say otherwise, as far as I know this project died a quiet death.

On the plus side, the same 'bot that harvested that address for Heritage (which, as I noted, is not published here but on my old Blogspot site) has apparently told the fine folks at all about me:

TO: Online Publisher
FROM: Jonathan Garthwaite, Editor
RE: Opinion Alert - Conservative Commentary in your inbox

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They helpfully provide a free signup link, which I'm not helpful enough to reproduce here, as well as a bunch of samples from their hardy stable of deep thinkers. Alas, as this requires effort on my part, I'm afraid I won't be partaking of their generous offer. But I can hardly wait to see who's next to woo me.

Posted by Charles Kuffner on May 14, 2003 to Blog stuff | TrackBack