“The Informer’s favourite words are, ‘Guess what?'”, Bill Cosby once said.
So, so guess what?
Apparently I’ve been quoted in The Wild Hunt’s regular Pagan Voices feature in the same post as people I find very flattering to be showcased alongside. People like PSVL, T Thorn Coyle, and Ronald Hutton. Mmm…. Makes me want to print out that post and rub it on my nippular appendages.
Guess what else?
So, both my readers (or do I have as many as three, now?) who DO NOT also read Sannion’s The House of Vines, you might be interested to know that he and Galina are going to give me a ring-a-ding-ding for Wyrd Ways Radio on 2 October 2013 at the usual time for that (7pmPST, or 10pmEST, for those of you residing with me in The Future).
Also, I’ve known about this for over a years and a half now, but it seems there’s this Neonazi Heathen web forum that just can’t stop talking about how I’m the face of “Liberal degeneration” as well as a “typical American Hellenist”. Wow and awesome! I mean, I knew I was great, but the face of Liberal degenerates everywhere? I’m truly honoured. Of course, that cock-eyed insult, of calling me both an “American” (I’m British, trying to earn my way back after two generations) and a “typical Hellenist” –well, clearly these sad folks are just either incapable of reading (typical Hellenists on either side of the pond tend to be Platonic and honouring Athenian traditions), or deeply sexually frustrated. I figured that I shouldn’t mention this before, cos I didn’t think it was worth it, but in light of being quoted somewhere so prominent, I figured it was worth mentioning for a laugh. (No, I’m not going to say what forum, it’s mostly locked, anyway, but my incoming links contain thread titles, so I can get an idea of their nonsense. I know I recently made a big deal about calling people out by name, but when I have no names to really go by, and no clear affiliation of this forum witb ANY formal polytheist group, it seems best at the moment to just let them go unnamed for the moment. The name of the forum is just very clearly WP-oriented.)
Merry Bolanalia, everyone!