Patterico's Pontifications

1/13/2006

The Council Has Spoken

Filed under: Watcher's Council — Patterico @ 6:18 am

My Dog Trainer Year in Review post won the Watcher’s Council contest this week for best non-Council post. The winning Council post was by The Glittering Eye, and was titled Perspectives on Foreign Command of U.S. Forces. My thanks to the Council for the nomination and the vote.

11/9/2004

Watcher’s Council Seat Open

Filed under: Watcher's Council — Patterico @ 11:17 pm

I have decided to vacate my seat on the Watcher’s Council. I don’t have the time anymore to give the Council the attention it deserves. I also think it’s time to give another blogger the exposure that comes with a Council seat.

I have enjoyed being on the Council, and I want to thank the Watcher for the opportunity. I will maintain the Watcher’s Council links on my blogroll and will continue to check in.

In the meantime, there’s an open seat. Visit this link for details on how to submit your blog for membership.

10/1/2004

Council Winners

Filed under: Watcher's Council — Patterico @ 8:16 am

The winners of the weekly Watcher’s Council contest for best post of the week have been announced.

Congratulations to e-Claire for the fabulous winning Council entry, Sometimes Ya Gotta Speak Up, and to Citizen Frank for the winning non-Council entry, Update 11 – The Sep. 12 Attack.

9/28/2004

Council Winners

Filed under: Watcher's Council — Patterico @ 6:25 am

The winners of the weekly Watcher’s Council contest for best post of the week have been announced. Congratulations to Terrorism Unveiled for the winning Council entry, The Barrier to Defeating Terrorism, and to Cavalier’s Guardian WatchBlog for the winning non-Council entry, The Fall of the Media Empire.

9/20/2004

Council Winners

Filed under: Watcher's Council — Patterico @ 6:19 am

The winners of the weekly Watcher’s Council contest for best post of the week were announced here.

Thanks to everyone who voted for my post, NPR and Media Matters Can’t Tell Time, which took the prize for best Council entry. Well-deserved congratulations to former Council member Bill Ardolino of INDC Journal for the winning non-Council entry, Are the CBS National Guard Documents Fake?. (I wish that Bill were still in the Council, even though I would not have won this week if he were.)

9/13/2004

Council Winners

Filed under: Watcher's Council — Patterico @ 6:10 am

The weekly winners of the Watcher’s Council contest for best post of the week have been announced. Congratulations to Chadster for the winning Council entry, It’s Not the Thought, It’s the Dream That Counts, and to Smash for the winning non-Council entry, The Bush Doctrine.

9/3/2004

Council Winners

Filed under: Watcher's Council — Patterico @ 6:01 am

There was a tough contest this week for best posts of the week, as determined by the Watcher’s Council. The results were announced here. I am very pleased to announce that the winning Council post award was taken by my friend e-Claire for her fabulous post, Peter’s Comment Touched Me Deeply. The winning non-Council post was The Big Lie: Still Going!, by Dislogue. Congratulations to both.

8/31/2004

Council Winners

Filed under: Watcher's Council — Patterico @ 5:51 am

The winners of the weekly Watcher’s Council contest for best posts of the week have been announced. Congratulations to Damnum Absque Injuria for the winning Council post, Letters From La-La Land, and to JustOneMinute for the winning non-Council post, I Attempt a Swift Ad.

8/22/2004

Council Winners

Filed under: Watcher's Council — Patterico @ 12:31 pm

The winners of the weekly Watcher’s Council vote for best posts of the week were announced here. Congratulations to AlphaPatriot for the winning Council entry, Swift Boats vs. the Media, and to Captain’s Quarters for once again taking the winning non-Council prize for his post The Alston Story Goes Back Farther Than First Thought.

8/18/2004

Link Fix

Filed under: Watcher's Council — Patterico @ 6:27 am

When I last announced the winners of the weekly Watcher’s Council contest, I provided the wrong link for Athena’s winning post. The mistake is fixed; go read her post now at the correct link.

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