Now here's something it had never occurred to me to wonder about. Back here, as I was doing my best "Aw, shucks" about this blog's recent 2006 CBA nominations, commenter "anonymous" asked:
I noticed that you've already been nominated for a "Best Blog Post." Does that mean you can't be nominated for another one? How does that work?
OK, that's a new one on me. I'm guessing there's no technical reason why that can't be done, but I'm not aware that it's ever happened in the past. Make sure you understand what the category of "Best Blog Post" represents.
It's not just what you think is the most entertaining post from this blog -- it represents what you think is the best single blog post from the entire Canadian blogosphere, across the entire political spectrum on any topic whatsoever. So getting more than one nomination in that category would be, shall we say, highly unusual and somewhat unrealistic.
However, since I'm guessing that the CBA's Robert McClelland pops by here on occasion, perhaps he'd like to weigh in on this. We'll let him have the last word.
P.S. Looking at the categories, I'm fairly confident I'm not going to see myself nominated under "Best Humour Blog" unless some of my readers have seriously warped senses of humour.
Wait ... let me rephrase that ...