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BALLADEER’S BLOG IS EIGHT YEARS OLD TODAY

masc graveyard newTHANK YOU once again to all of you readers for making Balladeer’s Blog so enjoyable to write. As I always say the weird and controversial items I churn out here mean that readers have to be very secure in their own beliefs not to just take offense and leave.

Here’s a look at Glitternight.com’s eight biggest hits since last June:

Nth ManMOST POPULAR ANCIENT SCI FI POST OF THE PAST TWELVE MONTHS – That honor goes to THE Nth MAN (1920-1924). Part proto-kaiju, part political allegory, it’s amazing it was never made into a movie. CLICK HERE

MOST POPULAR WILD WEST LEGEND POST FOR FRONTIERADO SEASON – The blog post that won this category was DUSTY DELIA: FEMALE STAGECOACH DRIVER. She was adept with guns, Native American lingo and more. CLICK HERE

MOST POPULAR BLOG POST ABOUT NEW SLOGANS FOR THE DEMOCRATS – The winner here was the second one, DEMOCRATS: MORE NEW SLOGANS. Lots of laughs. CLICK HERE

MOST POPULAR JULY FOURTH SEASONAL POST – That honor goes to THE TYRANNICIDE: COMMERCE RAIDER OF THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR. The high seas adventure was very well-received. CLICK HERE Continue reading

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BALLADEER’S BLOG TURNS TWO YEARS OLD TODAY

Typical Balladeer’s Blog reader

Can you believe it’s been two years already? Balladeer’s Blog has been satisfying the world’s appetite for bad movies, neglected mythology, ancient Greek comedies, forgotten television and college sports  since June 21st of 2010. Just one of the highlights of that period has been a shoutout from  international sex symbol Teddi Barrett (see photo). For more about Teddi click here: https://glitternight.com/2012/05/20/world-famous-sex-symbol-teddi-barrett-loves-balladeers-blog/ 

During last year’s college football season (October 8th to be precise) I reached my highest single- day hit total with 12,577 visits. My most popular individual bad movie review of this 2nd year on the web was Continue reading

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