http://infieldsingle.stumbleupon.com/ Four reviews in and she’s already a Stumbler to be reckoned with. Shame she’s getting here just as her fellows (she’s already following some vets) are leaving.
Category Archives: Stumblers
http://jennasix.stumbleupon.com/ One of my fave old-timer Stumblers, but who’d resurfaced under a new name without me noticing. Nothing but quality, here.
http://azkitchen.stumbleupon.com/ Another long-time Stumbler I’ve neglected. Thumbs-up both for quality content and the last line of this SU obituary. Such a feeling of community used to exist here. Most of those people have moved to contacting me through other means like Google +, Facebook, or email. Now all I mainly get is weekly mail in […]
http://marielaem.stumbleupon.com/ I don’t feel too bad for not having reviewed Marielaem before now, as I know I had thumbed up a previous incarnation of hers. She’s yet another veteran Stumbler who’s had enough. For shame once again, Devs, for driving away the quality folk like this. The thing I liked about SU in days of […]
http://freudiunslip.stumbleupon.com/ A last hurrah for the old SU, by giving a last review to a veteran SUer.
http://glacier5.stumbleupon.com/ It pains me to discover awesome new StumbleBlogs when I can hear the tick-tock that tells us their blog will soon be no more. If you read GMC’s twitter account, all questions will be answered. SEO is the bus the user base was thrown under. SU “improved” to keep the chutes straight so we […]
http://iamdone.stumbleupon.com/review/59006014/ anyone else feel like we’ve all been USED to find, rate, and categorize all the best sites on the internet and then been kicked to the curb like we’ve done enough that we’re no longer useful? Wow. I was bitter before reading this Stumbler’s review, but that’s got me thinking. Man, I hope this […]
http://sparklebean.stumbleupon.com/ Who pays any attention to their god’s will anyway if it doesn’t coincide with their own. Loved this. I once landed on 100 Huntley Street while channel surfing and watched a bunch of mothers praise God for letting all their fertility treatments work. Cafeteria Christianity (or “Catechasm”, if you will) furthers my impression that […]
http://thebellend.stumbleupon.com/review/57187715/ Oh, Africa419, how I’ve missed you.
http://happyacres.stumbleupon.com/ A collection of web images, curated in such a way as to wish improved mental health upon the curator.