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Wondering about the JS Blogs

I have to say, I'm a big fan of the Journal Sentinel Brewers blogs, which probably doesn't come as a surprise as I link to them pretty often.  It's a little funny, in that I don't think much of the Journal Sentinel itself, and Tom Haudricout doesn't strike me as having the right disposition for blogging (he doesn't strike me as a very friendly blogger).  Nevertheless, it's a pretty valuable service for computer-literate Brewer fans, especially for breaking  news like the Cameron signing.

One thing, though --- I don't think you'll ever see Tom H. criticize a move, or even the rumor of one, by Moustache et al.  He might inch toward questioning it once in a while, or suggest it might be a prelude to future deals, but never say that it's a bad move or a bad idea.

I think it's because he seems to have Moustache's office on speed dial, and will get questions answered and rumors confirmed/denied directly.  The price, then, would be to not rock the boat, lest he risk access to our favorite GM.

Anyway, I was just wondering if anyone else here bops on over the the JS Blogs, and what they thought.

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