Best Humour Blog of 2007

Posted: February 4, 2008 by John Klein in results
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As selected by Canadian Blog Award voters, here are the rankings for:

Best Humour Blog
The presenter this evening was late for the show. Her little legs were moving as fast as they could to get here, I’m sure.

1. Raymi The Minx

CBA 1st Humour

2. Mike’s Bloggity Blog Blob

CBA 2nd Humour

3. Nag on the Lake

CBA 3rd Humour

4. Mitchieville

5. Schmutzie’s Milk Money or Not

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Comments
  1. saskboy says:

    And the video is coming, but YouTube is taking its time processing it.

  2. Congrats to the winners. Nag, you’ll get ‘em next year.

  3. raymi says:

    will there be a different style of badge available i dunno how i feel about having a cartoon beav. on my blog until the end of time. no offense.

  4. Scott Tribe says:

    It actually would only be for the calendar year, if you so desired.

  5. raymi says:

    no i keep the badge up forever for bragging purposes just cos the year passes doesnt mean i wasnt funny in 2007.

  6. Meg says:

    I see a sweep comin’ on….;)

  7. [...] Voting for the Canadian Blog Awards is closed. They’re now going to torture us all by releasing on certain winners/category results each day over the course of a week [BlogAwards]. I’ll find out about “Best Local Blog” tonight at 8:00pm CT but so far Raymi has won for “Best Humour Blog“. [...]

  8. G. Carlin says:

    Raymi’s blog (no offense) isn’t humourous in the loosest sense of the word. Okay, yeah, the LOOSEST sense. She must have a lot of friends.

  9. redtory says:

    I have no idea how one is supposed to leave comments on this broke-ass contraption, but how can you have a candidate in the “non partisan” blog category that baldly states in his header that he’s a partisan? I refer of course to the racist, anti-immigrant, anti-feminist, right-wing homophobe… “Raphael Alexander” who quite plainly states that he is: “A partisan blogger who writes about non-partisan ideas”… HELLO.

  10. Martini says:

    LOL @ redtory.
    Plus, Mr. Carlin, friends vote for friends. It’s more like a popularity contest and doesn’t necessarily have to be valid. So yeah, what you said.

  11. Your posts is rather fascinating.

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