Dec 12 2008

Last Best of 604 Blog Post Ever. I Promise

It turns out that Currents took third place in the 604 Awards for Best Politics Site or Blog category, just a few percentage points behind a Canadian rock musician whose CD I purchased about nine years ago.

Matthew Good and I are in talks to see if we can’t form a coalition to have Miss604 declare one of us the winner instead of the Tyee, since Canadians just don’t trust David Beers.

Here’s the final tally:

Best site for Politics:
1. The Tyee 35%
2. Matthew Good 22%
3. Jonathon Narvey 18%

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5 responses so far

5 Responses to “Last Best of 604 Blog Post Ever. I Promise”

  1. Monica Hamburgon 12 Dec 2008 at 2:52 pm

    Congratulations, Jonathan!!!

  2. Ruth Seeleyon 12 Dec 2008 at 3:50 pm

    You mean, last of the 2008 Best of 604 blog posts.

    See, this is why you should have won.

    One of the reasons I voted for you was because your blog doesn’t just cover local politics; some of the nominees in the category were just a little too Vancouver-centric for me.

  3. David Beerson 12 Dec 2008 at 4:08 pm

    I’m going straight to Miss 604 to request a prorogue!

    Your blog, and Matthew’s, are great Jonathon. Very nice to be in such excellent company.

  4. jnarveyon 13 Dec 2008 at 9:45 am

    Thank you for your kind words, David. You are a class act, and the Tyee is a fine read. By the way, it looks like the coalition thing didn’t work out, so your award is safe… for now.

  5. Bill Narveyon 13 Dec 2008 at 1:28 pm

    Dear Jonathon,

    I want your readers to know that I am really impressed with your writing. That is not bias and no bull.

    I do know a thing or two about good writing and keen insights and you certainly are gifted in that regard.

    Allow me to extend my heartfelt congratulations to you for coming in 3rd in the 604 best blog contest.

    Just to remind you Jonathon, you are always in a tie with your siblings for first place in my heart.



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