Is Queer as Folks Dead?
FITS has noticed that there has been a slight uptick in the SC Political Blogosphere's ability to spell correctly, use punctuation marks and generally make common sense over the past two weeks given the absence of posts (and thankfully comments on other blogs) from ever-rambling "Queer as Folks" founder, Paul Adams.
Adams has not posted any original content (and we use the term "content" loosely) on his pink-and-purple web domain since Feb. 3, about the same time his various non-sensical tirades about Will Folks, Rick Quinn and Sen. Glenn McConnell stopped appearing on the comment pages of virtually every other political website in the state.
All of which begs our question: Is "Queer as Folks" dead?
The gramatically-challenged Adams did not return repeated phone calls from our crack correspondents seeking comment, but we at FITS sincerely hope that no ill has befallen one of our favorite bloggers of all-time. In fact, our most fervent wish for QAF is that after draining South Carolina taxpayers of unemployment benefits ever since Sen. McConnell beat Adams-led challenger Justin Kahn like he stole something back in 2004, perhaps our Lithium keyboarder has finally found a jobby-job.
In case you missed all the fun, though, here's the link: http://www.queerasfolks.blogspot.com.
Whatever the disposition of Mr. Adam's blog, a cursory glance around the SC Blogosphere this morning reveals that our favorite bad boy Sic Willie will not suffer long for lack of web vitriol being lobbed in his direction. The Shealy BBQ Blog (which we should remind readers is different from the Shealy Wagging Blog) has, in fact, once again revoked its vow to make "No More Will Folks Jokes" and posted a pretty funny article about our hero just this morning.
You can view the post its entirety at:
Just remember as you read, however, that none of Bob Staton's four "R's" stands for "Republican."