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My thanks to whomever for the nominations; to the Revealer for its very kind endorsement, and to unpaid precinct captain Steve M. for his tireless ward-heeling on this blog's behalf.
It does look as if it's going to be an early night (or afternoon, as it were) in both categories in which this blog is entered, though if trends continue there is a chance for a bronze for "Best Presentation," and for a claim to the title of Relatively Least Wicked Bizah of the Most Wicked Bizah.
From Australia, the Credibility Blog weighs in on the nominees in the design category, and on the use of the Mondrian template. Apparently last week's psychedelic '60s Patriots poster was too Jan Brady-ish.
Meantime, Dale Price checks his ballot and notes some significant omissions (his blog among them) and one ubiquitous mystery nominee. Forget Nihil Obstat: Whence Kevin D. Dello Iacono?