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Crippled Monkey | 00:00 UK time, Wednesday, 13 July 2005

It's that time again - to look in Ouch's inbox and check out the disabled bloggers who have been in touch to tell us about their fabulous websites.

First up is Phrenetic, written by Naomi, who tells us in her email that it's about "what happens when a manic depressive meets everyone else". In her biog line she describes herself as a "hopelessly enthusiastic insanely cheerful manic depressive post-evangelical Christian English teacher with Buffy the Vampire Slayer obsession". Wow, that just about covers everything, doesn't it?!

Then there's Still Being Kezzykat from, er, well, Kezzykat, and she tells us: "not sure if it is a good judgement to have *my* witterings in the public arena, but I DO have a blog and I am a 'crip'. A crip who is a registered nurse to boot. Although the powers that be are doing their best to see to that right now."

Oh, I don't know - I think it's absolutely essential for people to have their witterings in the public arena. The more the better. That's what the blogosphere's all about, apparently. So go and check out today's selection of public witterings - and then why not think about starting your own blog?


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  • At 12:00 AM on 13 Jul 2005, Lisy Babe wrote:

I'm so glad you're listing Phrenetic, it's a fantastic read (though Naomi doesn't write in it nearly often enough). Far better than anything I've ever written.

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  • At 12:00 AM on 14 Jul 2005, Ruth wrote:

Phrenetic is fantastic and I'll echo what Lisy Babe has said. Naomi writes brilliantly about very difficult subject matter.

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