Who’s writing about what:
Wanda gets published in her local paper. blogAmy is having fun with dress-up time. Echidne of the Snakes offers advice on painting eggs. Trish does a number on Bush’s job numbers. Respectful of Otters has a disturbing report on how the message of safe sex is not getting through. iddybud on Clear Channel’s politically motivated dismissal of Howard Stern. Collective Sigh explains it all for you. Pen-Elayne delays the Pizza and Packing Party until the 24th – darn, I’ll be in Kansas that weekend. Then she had to wait all day for the phone guy to show up – and he never did. (I hope this is not a foreboding of what’s in store for me in three weeks.) NTodd has a new camera and has been taking some pictures of the Vermont countryside. It’s a nice diversion from the horrors of the news. Speaking of diversions, check out this portrait of W at corrente. Look very closely… And Then…reveals more perfidy – and unmitigated gall – from the Bush administration in their dealings with veterans. The Fulcrum has details on the “device” found in the Atlanta airport. Jeff at Speedkill takes a rather lackadaisical survey. Catch up with the rest of The Liberal Coalition here thanks to the live feed.
Here’s a quick look at some of my other blogs that I’ve been checking recently:
blunted on reality reports on Operation Desert Badger. Clareified with the Ironic Post of the Week. So, which Famous Homosexual are you? Houston at Dancing with Myself can show you how to find out. (I was disappointed with my result.) Folkbum reports on a recent election in Milwaukee. Green Voicemail has a primer on avoiding military service, which takes me back to September 1970. Gen. JC Christian wants to hear some good news from Iraq (and I hope he feels better soon). Lisa at Kamikaze Kumquat has more on a story that breaks my heart. Madeleine Begun Kane leads us in song. Mary at Naked Furniture gets terse with a Pandagon commentor. Old Fashioned Patriot parses Condi (and thanks, OFP, for linking Bark Bark Woof Woof). South Knox Bubba acknowledges an anniversary in the computer world.
Again, I just scratched the surface here (Old English furniture polish will take care of that, by the way), but it’s almost time to get to work. Happy Friday!