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Submitted by: Manager   Date: 2007-04-30 14:59
First off... any spambots reading this should immediately go here, here, here, and here. Die spambots, die! And now... the winning entries in the Watcher's Council vote for this week are Britain's Prosecution of The Blogger Lionheart for Criticism of Islam by Wolf Howling, and Andy Olmsted by Obsidian Wings. All members, please be sure to link to both winning entries (and to the full results of the vote) in a post. Thanks to everyone for all the great entries this week... I'm eager to see next week's entries! Here are the full tallies of all votes cast:

Votes Council link
5 Britain's Prosecution of The Blogger Lionheart for Criticism of Islam
Wolf Howling
2 Getting a "Clue"
Soccer Dad
1 1/3 The Cotton Candy Candidacy
Right Wing Nut House
1 Honor Killings? What Honor Killings?
Cheat Seeking Missiles
1 Major Andrew Olmsted, R.I.P
2/3 Death and the Moonbat
Bookworm Room
1/3 Major Papers Oppose Justice For Murderers
Rhymes With Right
1/3 The Cop on the Beat
The Glittering Eye
1/3 Dixville Notch This!
The Education Wonks

Votes Non-council link
6 2/3 Andy Olmsted
Obsidian Wings
1 1/3 Orchestrated Circuses and Clowns
Dr. Sanity
1 Sen. Obama's Calls for Unity Are Not What They Seem
1 'Iron My Shirt': Media Fooled By Radio Stunters at Hillary Stop
Stop The ACLU
2/3 Seeking Support
Rocky Mountain News
1/3 An Amusing Greenie Attack on the Inhofe Report
A Western Heart
1/3 Enlightened Selfish Interest
Oliver Kamm
1/3 The Disturbing Barack Hussein Obama
Flopping Aces
1/3 On Hope: Audacity and Pandora
I thought it would be best to leave out the entries that didn't receive any votes at all. The fractions come from the splitting of the votes... primary choices counted as 2/3 of a vote and secondary choices counted as 1/3. Both counts for primary and secondary choices were then added all together. I could have avoided using fractions, but it would have put the results on a completely different scale... I'd rather that the total reflect how many people actually voted. Please send any questions, comments, complaints, criticisms, crude insults, or thinly-veiled 

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