As you people might have noticed from my recent posts, I have a pretty high tolerance for offensive internet speech. But I've had it with NormPattis's self-righteous use of the term "lynching" to describe Don Imus's firing (I've never been a big fan of Pattis's posts, and this made me realize that they are almost never worth reading). If you'd like to read only Mike's posts at C&F, you can subscribe to this feed.
UPDATE: To further display his worthlessness, Pattis has seen fit to attack my post by making nasty comments about my appearance. No sexism in the blogosphere, nosiree.
Anyone can make a Yahoo Pipes feed. I've posted about the service before.
And it's N-A-P-O-L-E-O-N.
UPDATE II: For the slow learners:
Amber at "Prettier than Napoleon" does not enjoy reading blog posts by Norm Pattis, especially those that compare a radio star's being fired after his speech was no longer something people wanted to pay for with the brutal extrajudicial murder of African-Americans!
Amber Taylor, as you may know, is a lawyer and blogger. She also owns two x chromosomes and hates sexism. Amber thinks Pattis is a sexist because he chose to respond to Amber's expression of dislike for the content of his blog posts by attacking how she looked in a photo (typical sexist behavior). So, using the new "magical science of the interweb," she posted an update to her original post, pointing out Pattis's compounded offensiveness and inability to spell. Amber has never said that Pattis has no right to say what he said, but she does assert that his statements are offensive and that we have no obligation to listen to speech that offends us. If you wish to avoid Pattis's speech, the above-linked feed can provide access to the more interesting commentary at Crime & Federalism.