TDB over the Holidays

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Folks, we here at The Daily Blog are on a bit of a break over the holiday period to recharge our batteries and will only be posting now and again but we will be back to full compliment come mid January.

2015 is shaping up like a big year in the blogosphere and TDB will be looking at adding some new bloggers and features with some exciting possibilities on the horizon.

From all the bloggers at TDB – we wish you and your whanau the best for the holiday season and look forward to returning on force in the new year.

 

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Kia kaha

6 COMMENTS

  1. Good one guys and girls of TDB. Enjoy a much needed break. Looking forward to having everyone back in fighting spirit in 2015.

    Have a great New Year 🙂

  2. Enjoy your break Gals and Guys.
    Let the next year be one were we collectively break the self aggrandisement thrall and cure the general myopia that has so damaged the spirit of our land.
    PS: Whilst an atheist my childhood has left me with some empathy for the Catholic Church. As such this pope is continually surprising and inspiring one – perhaps a good subject for the New Year.
    PPS: I heard that the”Mad Monk” (i.e.T Abbott) is most distressed.

    • Agreed. The current Pope, as Popes go, seems to be an active vessel for social justice and unification.

      A welcome change from the previous Vatican dirge and a welcome addition to global diplomacy.

      Watch for him to be assassinated by some religious right wing fanatic.

      • Like all of us this new pope isn’t without his critics.
        This from Wikipedia…
        “During most of the 14 years that Bergoglio served as archbishop of Buenos Aires, rights advocates say, he did not take decisive action to protect children or act swiftly when molestation charges against Church clergy surfaced; nor did he extend apologies and compensation to the victims of abusive priests after their misconduct came to light.[62] Later, Argentina was among 25% of bishops conferences that did not reach the deadline for putting policies in place to deal with complaints and priests accused of abuse.[63][64]”

  3. I look forward to more interesting blog posts and comments over this coming new year. The TDB has established itself rather well, I must say, and can only grow and get better. As I suggested in another comment not so long ago, it is good to have a wider range of topics and a range of good bloggers, as that will reach a lot of people that take an interesting in a diverse range of topics.

    It is time to work on delivering more of an alternative to the “lame” MSM we have, and to bring stories and issues to the front, that are simply not covered, or only covered marginally or selectively by the media out there.

    Enjoy yourselves taking a break and re-charging your batteries, I will do a bit of that myself shortly.

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