Seems kind of blatant to me . . . but maybe I’m biased.
UPDATE: Another example from the same site, here. They probably have every single post of mine.
UPDATE x2: Here is another site (“Chatter Box Forum”) that routinely lifts every single word posted on my site. It used to steal my template, like the “t.love.com” site currently does — but now it “only” steals the verbal content. [UPDATE: No, they still steal the template too.]
So if I wanted to sue these people, how hard would it be?
So can I just create a subdomain of patterico.com and lift the entire content of CBS News wholesale via the magic of RSS? Think of the possibilities! I could steal Andrew Sullivan’s entire site and link to his posts by linking a patterico.com subdomain! I could create a subdomain and recreate a porn site to maximize revenue! The theft possibilities are endless!
Incidentally, I see commenters arguing that I get clickthroughs from this. As far as I can tell, I don’t — unless you x out the page. Clicking on the banner for my site takes you back to t.love.com. Also, an odd thing about the site: it updates in real time. If you leave a comment, you will see it appear there immediately.
Kudos to the first commenter who can locate the t.love.com URL for this post. For the irony.