I got smacked, and as Trusty Getto said, it's ugly. I think a better word would be "scathing." I enjoyed it though, because everyone could stand to get cut down to size every now and then. Submit your blog, if you haven't, and if you can stomach it.
I suppose that I'm the "geek" in the title, because, well, I'm certainly not the other two. Maybe I should drop the ads and some of the other crap in the sidebar. They did say the writing's fine.
Speaking of, you’re not using amici curiae correctly. Do yourself a favor before clients run across your blog: grab yourself a copy of Black’s and look it up.Yes, I'm quite aware of that. I was just throwing around legal terms that could possibly describe links.
I think Bitch, Esq.'s opinion can be summed up like this:
This blog sums up the problem with about every fucking attorney or dumb ass law student that I know: THEY ARE ALL FUCKING SELF PRETENTIOUS ASSHOLES WHO LIKE TO HEAR THEMSELVES TALK AND TALK AND TALK.We do like to talk. Self pretentious? I assume that's the same thing as just regular pretentious (wow, that was a really pretentious sentence). It's kind of ironic, actually, because I Talk Too Much is probably the most pretentious web site I've ever seen. I like it though, so pretentious doesn't seem to bother me. And hearing myself "TALK AND TALK AND TALK"? Well, that's the point of having a blog. At least that's what I thought. A blog without that would lack . . . content.
Anyway, I think she just doesn't want to read about important issues or about argument. That's fine. If you'd rather read a personal blog, then read a personal blog. But usually the bitches will say something like "It's not my kind of thing, but it's well written" and give the blogger the benefit of the doubt. I think she got bored too quickly with it, because I don't just ramble on about my opinions. I talk about everyone's opinions and try to find the flaws and points of agreement in all of them. That's my personal mission with this blog.
All in all, my content won't change. It's what I do, and what I'm good at. And I read other reviews on their site. I knew what I was getting into. And I enjoyed it.