Monday, January 28, 2013
SFDB Post Of The Week
Every week presents an interesting mix of blog posts to be considered for the Post of the Week. This week was no exception as I considered food, political, and personal posts before coming up with the following selections.
Runners-Up: Although I'm not positive he would ever admit to it, I'm pretty sure The Chowfather labored all night to get this post documenting the latest Cobaya dining experiment to press the morning after the unusually exotic dinner took place. Continuing with the food theme, Food for Thought did his usual thorough job reviewing a ramen noodle restaurant in the Brickell area of town. Bark Bark Woof Woof's personal thoughts on Martin Luther King Day and King's influence on him were well worth the read and the reflection.
Winner: Carlos Miller continues to test the system and The Man with his latest confrontation with 50 State Security personnel at a Miami Metrorail station. Whether you're on board with his tactics or not, the video and drama are definitely worth the price of admission as Carlos gets put in a headlock and is taken down by the security guards. Carlos follows that piece of cinema up with another clip of him at home with a ripped up shirt and an explanation. "I Was Attacked by Miami-Dade Metrorail Security Guards For Taking Photos and Shooting Video" is not only one of the longest titled posts of the year, but it's one of the most thrilling and that, readers, is definitely worth the SFDB Post of the Week recognition.
The 2012 SFDB Post of the Year will be announced later this week. Stay tuned.
'Til next time, keep on blogging!