Friday, April 1, 2005

Friday Blogaround

April Fools Day, eh? Well, let’s see what foolishness — or not — The Liberal Coalition is covering this week.

  • All Facts and Opinions celebrates a small step towards equality in Maryland.
  • archy finds more gun nutsery.
  • Bark Bark Woof Woof looks at life upon the wicked stage.
  • blogAmY sees the next wave of intolerance.
  • bloggg has a fun personality test. (Oh, hey…scroll down to her previous posting. Yo ho ho!)
  • Chris reviews Countdown to Infinite Crisis.
  • Andante reads That Book.
  • Corrente gets ready for the summer tour.
  • Dohiyi Mir hits The Hammer.
  • Echidne gets back to fundamentals.
  • edwardpig on the crisis of malnutrition in Iraq.
  • The Gamer’s Nook remembers the Dead of ’73.
  • Happy Furry details the level of foolery.
  • iddybud profiles Jon Stewart.
  • Kick the Leftist is getting ready to exit the stage.
  • Make Me a Commentator reads Pat Sajak’s blog. No, really…he has one.
  • Musing’s musings on phundamentalist pharmacists.
  • Pen-Elayne wraps up Estrogen Month.
  • Respectful of Otters cites a great treatise on “life” and “freedom.”
  • Rick’s Cafe on the WMD report.
  • Rook’s Rant on James Wolcott.
  • rubber hose on just what the Fourteenth Amendment meant.
  • Scrutiny Hooligans on the neo-cons planning ahead.
  • Sooner Thought on owing your life.
  • Speedkill on effective protest.
  • Steve Gilliard goes after Wonkette.
  • T. Rex lists more reasons why we shouldn’t have gone to Iraq.
  • First Draft serves pie.
  • I hope everything’s all right over at The Fulcrum.
  • The Invisible Library ponders civilization.
  • The Yellow Doggerel Democrat offers some doggerel for the day.
  • Trish Wilson tells a charming story of being in control.
  • Wanda makes her wishes clear.
  • In Search of Telford has a series of architectural quizzes.
  • So, what’s your best April Fools story?