“Faking It”

Oh yeah.

That’s it.

You know exactly what you are doing.

Oh Baby.

Yeah, right there.

That’s so good!

Oh yeah!

Oh yeah!

Oh!

My!!

God!!!

:::heavy sigh:::

Okay, now it’s time to blog.

If the opening of this entry confused you, hang on, an explanation is coming.

If it aroused you, then that’s just sick, and you may be addicted to Internet Porn.

It seems that Blogger Qrush has made yet another post about Fellow Blogger QBlog.

In this post, Qrush analyzes the recommended Links at Qblog’s site.

Here’s the list of sites:

Cleavelin.net

Crazy Apple Rumors

Cubicle Dweller

Dwighty’s Journal

Fishkite

FormerDiamond

Inside Network Marketing

LawBlawg

MLM Blog

MLM Today

My Mind News

Random Observations

On The Road With Dave

Quixtar and Beyond

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Here’s QRush’s analysis:

Next Qrush tries to make sense of “QBLOG’S” Recommended Blogs, though it is tough for Qrush to follow the thinking patterns of the liberal mind. To better understand how the liberal mind works, just imagine a conservative and then eliminate accountability and reason. Back to these blogs, here is a summary, but as Qrush can clearly see, of the 15 listed, these blogs fit into 4 categories: anti Quixtar/pro Passport (5 of the blogs), fake neutral (1 blog), fake pro Quixtar (2 of the blogs), and non-applicable (7 of the blogs). And of course, “QBLOG” likes to add anti Quixtar links within posts so he can point his readers to lots of additional anti Quixtar information.

Okay, now we’re getting to the “meat” of my initial opening.

Now, I have to think like a “conservative” and add “accountability and reason”; which will be difficult for this liberal, but I’ll give it a shot, and try to categorize these blogs according to QRush’s opinion.

These are the seven Non-Applicable blogs, although Random Observations has posted many negative things concerning Quixtar. So, QRush misses the boat on that one, it’s sometimes applicable and is Anti-Quixtar, yet, not Pro-Passport.

Cleavelin.net

Crazy Apple Rumors

Cubicle Dweller

Dwighty’s Journal

Fishkite

Random Observations

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The next blogs are indeed Anti-Quixtar and Pro-Passport. All are published by Passport reps. Although, My Mind News discusses various topics other than MLM, and has no links to Passport business sites. So, QRush is correct; in that the author is Anti-Quixtar/Pro-Passport, but the blog doesn’t consistently perpetuate that theme. Qrush loses another point.

FormerDiamond

Inside Network Marketing

MLM Blog

MLM Today

My Mind News

On to Fake Neutral.

LawBlawg

LawBlawg is written by author, LawDawg. It consists of legal opinions of MLM court cases, and entries concerning other legal aspects of the MLM industry. The author could be defined as a critic of Quixtar, but he is also critical of the MLM Industry, in general. I suppose this is why Qrush labels him as “fake neutral.”

Fake Pro-Quixtar.

Aha! Now, I’m finally getting to the point! (I know this breaks “Blogging Rule 101..Be Brief)

Quixtar and Beyond is a blog written by Figure 8, a Quixtar employee. It details the “happenings” of life in the employee cubicle at Quixtar Corporation. Nothing contained in the blog promotes one Quixtar IBO organization over another, and nothing endorses the actions of QRush; so I guess that’s why he labeled it a “fake Pro-Quixtar” blog.

Since, QRush’s original analysis, QBlog has also added an additional Quixtar-employee blog called Quixtatic. So I guess, that’s another one in the “fake Pro-Quixtar” column.

And finally my little blog. You guess it! There’s no other slot for it to fit in; other than the remaining “fake Pro-Quixtar” category.

What’s up with that?

I’m a Quixtar IBO.

I sell Quixtar products.

I register others to be Quixtar IBOs.

I post frequently about Quixtar.

Could it be that I’m a “fake Pro-Quixtar” site because I don’t advocate QRush’s opinions?

Could it be that I don’t talk about how great the motivational books and tapes that other IBOs sell, as a second business, are?

Could it be that I don’t advocate discrediting QBlog, and I consider Qblog a good friend despite any differences we may have?

Could it be that I choose to think like an individual and run my Quixtar business like a legitimate business?

Oh yeah, Baby!

That’s it!

Oh!

Oh!

Oh!

My!

GAWD!

Yes!

Yes!!

Yes!!!

YESSSSSSS!!!!!!!

(with Apologies to Meg Ryan in “When Harry Met Sally”)

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3 Responses to “Faking It”

  1. Eric says:

    Oh my God that was so good. You were great. I got chills. I need a cigarette. Wow. Nobody fake pro-Quixtar blogs quite like you do Dave. I need a nap.

  2. lawDawg says:

    Good stuff, Dave.

    We may disagree on a lot of things but I have to give you credit for having a lot of class.

    BTW, I don’t think I’ve ever given the impression that lawBlawg was neutral. The subtitle for my site, which explains that the blog deals with “MLM . . . and other suspect investment ‘opportunities’,” should have been the first clue.

  3. Eric says:

    There’s another important thing to point out… maybe.

    Those “Non-Applicable” blogs are not just blogging about walking to the store or eating cereal. At least a couple of them are Right Wing Conservative Republican blogs. Quick question… how many Right Wing Republican Blogs does Qrush link to? Hmmmmmmmm? Oh, that’s right. NONE.

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