Will Folks’ inferiority complex gets the best of him

Unbelievable. Did somebody not hug Will today? Did Howie not return his call? It looks like Folks’ mentula vegrandis mentality caught up with him again.

The only reason Folks’ blog is ranked so high is because 1) he’s been blogging since he got canned for pleading guilty to criminal domestic violence and 2) he’s still got enough frenemies in this festering industry called politics that feed him information. For that matter, the reason Fogle‘s blog is getting hits is because people want to know what RQ&A is up to, period. Of course, you never see him without Rick and Adam Piper, so you might as well as one of the higher-ups.

So, yeah, Will, you’ve got a lot of hits. A monkey could get a lot of hits if it blogged consistently, on the same topic, for three years. That’s how blog readership works. A monkey would probably not throw as much of its own shit and wank off in public a little less, but you can’t have everything.

UPDATE: Vierdsen would like to thank Summer’s Eve for jacking up his hit count. Danke.


4 Responses to “Will Folks’ inferiority complex gets the best of him”

  1. 1 Rob W.
    August 22, 2008 at 1:03 pm

    I posted this on his site as well, but NVB is actually tied with Folks for first, with Palmetto Scoop at third.

  2. 2 Excloosive
    October 28, 2008 at 11:59 pm


    FITSNews – June 29, 2007 – S.C. Gov. Mark Sanford agreed to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars to the family of a drowning victim in 2002, sources in Beaufort, S.C. tell FITSNews. Rumors about the settlement – said to have been in the $300-350K range – have been whispered about in Palmetto political circles for years but never reported on until now. Given strict confidentiality agreements, little is known about the incident in question except that the settlement was reached prior to Sanford’s 2002 election and involves the drowning death of a young black girl in Beaufort County. FITSNews is attempting to obtain copies of the settlement agreement and other related documents including a death certificate, but calls to the attorneys involved, the Beaufort County Coronor’s Office and the governor’s office were not immediately returned. Developing …

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