Friday, September 23, 2005

Friday Blogaround

Some housekeeping notes: Corrente has had a makeover and added some new members, and it’s now known as CorrenteWire. Both sites are still linked, but check out the new one. Also, Ricky at The Life of a Teenage Liberal has a new look and a new link.

Okay, let’s do it.

  • Natalie channels Bill Maher.
  • archy has some thoughts on social experimentation in the Gulf.
  • Bark Bark Woof Woof goes natural.
  • blogAmY and David are back from Bermuda.
  • bloggg has a simple reason why FEMA didn’t get the message.
  • Chris sells comics on e-Bay.
  • Collective Sigh notes that the Saudis can both sell oil and slaves.
  • CorrenteWire on outsmarting ourselves.
  • Dodecahedron wonders how we do it.
  • Mazel tov to NTodd and Stef.
  • Echidne on Operation Upset, the right-wing plan to pay for the hurricane damage.
  • firedoglake wants to know who Bianca is.
  • First Draft on Bill O’Reilly’s dander getting ruffled.
  • The Fulcrum on how Freedom’s march in Iraq has inspired others.
  • Happy Furry Puppy is in Austin, Texas, awaiting Rita.
  • iddybud follows up on David Brooks’ comments on John Edwards.
  • Left Is Right wants to see you do something.
  • Liberty Street on a certain kind of welfare state.
  • Make Me A Commentator listens to the Dark Side.
  • Musing’s musings hooks up Patrick Swayze and King Leopold.
  • Pen-Elayne takes some of us to task.
  • Respectful of Otters on the psychology of a just world.
  • Mazel tov to Rick and Zinester.
  • Rook’s Rant does the time warp thing.
  • rubber hose continues his Middle East journey journal.
  • Science and Politics blogs about blogs about blogging.
  • Scrutiny Hooligans says that if you loved the 1930’s…
  • Sooner Thought does the numbers on Iraq.
  • Steve Gilliard on TimesSelect.
  • T. Rex on prior planning.
  • The Countess hunts ghosts.
  • Wanda on the new Afghanistan.
  • WTF Is It Now tunes into CNN going off script.
  • Steve reports in from his alternative site, The YDD Annex, while he awaits Rita.
  • We end with a poem cited from You Are a Tree.
  • Everyone in the path of Rita: do your laundry, get out, and stay safe.