Revolution in the Arab World. Upheaval in the US healthcare system. J. Lo and Steven Tyler on American Idol.
In the midst of these tumultuous times we are presented with a pivotal election, and a pivotal choice:
Who will be crowned Best New Medical Weblog of 2010 by voters at Medgadget.com?
I can’t think of a more important election in recent memory!
Nominated are some truly esteemed and well-written blogs, including Celebrity Diagnosis: Miami Vice Edition and The Future Well (apparently a predictive treatise on groundwater exploitation). But these currently appear to be playing Ralph Nader to the main Bush V. Gore contest – The ZBlogg versus Scepticemia!
Now, as a general rule I avoid politics as I consider it a subject reserved for those who are able to read. But in this case I need to make an exception.
Do you want a thoughtful, well-written blog that addresses important medical/social/philosophical issues that impact not only medical practice but life as a whole?
If so, you need to vote for Scepticemia.
If you have trouble reading, let alone pronouncing the word “Scepticemia,” then you need to vote for us.
It’s a simple choice.
Breaking News! Dewey Defeats Truman! And ZDoggMD somehow gets the most votes…thanks to all who voted and much love to Dr. Skeptic! I promise I will be the most successful contest winner since Taylor Hicks! What? Nevermind.