Friday, December 3, 2004

Friday Blogaround

Here we are at another weekend – didn’t we just leave this party?

  • All Facts & Opinion shares her dismay over the Methodists.
  • archy wonders what the Right Wing has against Canada. Maybe they should listen to CBC Radio Two more often.
  • blogAmy on the machinations of Karl Rove.
  • Chris’s day emulates that of the still-dead Generalissimo Franco or some such supervillain.
  • Collective Sigh on the hard work of running an election.
  • Tom at Corrente takes a historical look at hyping hysteria.
  • NTodd on the marketing of religion.
  • Get some decorating tips from Echidne.
  • First Draft on the irony of certain proclamations.
  • The Fulcrum gets reved up about motorcyclists and their heads.
  • The Gamer’s Nook links to the Rapture Index.
  • Happy Furry harks back to a musical instrument that changed the world. (Remember “Switched-On Bach”?)
  • Read this poem by Jude.
  • The Invisible Library on book banning, burning, and bashing in ‘Bama. (I’m probably going to have a rant about this myself.)
  • Kick the Leftist is back with a funny story about a judge in Brazil hung up on his robes.
  • Left is Right on the deeper losses in the war.
  • Make Me A Commentator has some thoughts on Brian Williams.
  • Musing’s musings about winter.
  • A belated happy birthday to Pen-Elayne!
  • Rick performed for a small crowd of close friends.
  • Rook’s Rant on the wonderful world of color.
  • Rubber Hose is back from his stint as Atrios’s Joey Bishop. (If you’re over 40 you know what I mean.)
  • Scrutiny Hooligans on the Wizbang Best Blogs Awards. (BBWW didn’t get nominated for anything.)
  • SoonerThought on the fake news out of the Tulsa World.
  • Speedkill on Peter Beinart’s TNR article.
  • Steve Gilliard continues his series on colonial warfare.
  • T. Rex on the escalation of the war.
  • Trish Wilson on the glow of flying.
  • Wanda is still in a fighting mood.
  • WTF made me laugh with this picture.
  • Thanks for the link, Steve.
  • Happy Friday!