Arianna Huffington’s liberal news blog is at the top of the list for most visited web blogs of 2010. Wow! With an estimated 28,000,000 visitors a month there should be no question as to what road the American mindset is traveling when it comes to news. Let’s hear it for Arianna ladies and gentlemen. You go girl! Put a foot in the ass of “fair and balanced” once and for all.
Hot enough for you? Well sit tight because I’m just getting started.
Chock full of entertainment news and celebrity gossip, TMZ has been rated the second most visited blog on the web. Total estimated visitors monthly: 17,000,000. Are you serious? How can celebrity news be nearly as important as real news? Does anyone care about a celebrity’s actual performance in the roles that they play? NO! We just want to know what they are wearing and who they are screwing. Well, not we because I don’t give a rat’s ass about their sexual endeavors. All I care about is how well they do their jobs, and most of them don’t do that well.
Engadget is one of the two main hubs for consumer electronics on the internet. The other is Gizmodo who trailed behind a little this year. Interestingly enough, engadget was developed by the same guy who co-founded Gizmodo. Ain’t technology grand? It’s definitely competitive! I’m not getting into all the gory details here. You can find enough of that on Google. All you need to know for the purpose of this article is that they came in third on the list with 11,500,000 estimated monthly visitors, 2,600,000 more than Gizmodo.
Don’t even get me started on this guy. I haven’t seen Perez Hilton write a legible sentence since he started puking all over the internet back in 2005. The fact that he took fourth place with 9,000,000 hits a month just goes to show you that you don’t have to be a genius to become a famous blogger. My god! Could you image what would happen if he took a writing course, cleaned up his grammatical nightmare and gained some usable talent? He would blow Adrianna right off of the web!
Ok so Gizmodo lagged lousily behind engadget’s high score, but at 8,900,000 hits per month fifth place is really nothing to cry about. Way to go guys! BTW, I still read your blog.