Wednesday, October 19, 2005

Hey, we're famous?

Daniel Rubin from the Inquirer's blog blinq actually cited to our blog...

October 11, 2005

Citing Negadelphia

FanzNegadelphia has made an online dictionary of words found on the fringe of the English language.

Taking its lead from a Daily News article on the Eagles after the Kansas City game earlier this month, the Double-Tongued Word Wrester has added the phrase taken to mean this fair city where the glass is always half empty.

What's the matter with those people? Hadn't they checked out the Negadelphia blog?

Or our own Early Word bird Peter Mucha, who quoted former Eagle linebacker Gary Cobb this way on Jan. 5, 2001:

He often calls the city "Negadelphia," because many fans focus on faults.


Blogger J Dubs said...

So I guess we should actually post more often, then?

10/19/2005 5:12 PM  
Blogger Dave Popstar said...

I guess...

But given the way we've been playing lately, we may have a wealth of material to post here in Negadelphia.

That bye week just kept me stewing in my frustrations, so I think I'm ready to get back to work...

10/19/2005 5:20 PM  
Blogger Paulomon Grundy said...

I guess Jdubya should post more. I've been pretty active, excluding my 2 week hiatus to get hitched...I was criticizing the Birds in spirit however. They SUCK. CHargers by 2 TDs.

10/19/2005 6:35 PM  

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