Friday, October 12, 2007

Friday Blogaround

While the right wing is off beating up on a 12-year-old kid, let’s see what the Liberal Coalition is writing about this week.

A Blog Around The Clock: A Japanese “Tradition.”
archy: fill John in on what he’s missed.
Bark Bark Woof Woof: why Michelle Malkin won’t debate Ezra Klein.
Bloggg: Oh, the bureacracy.
Collective Sigh: knows how the Frosts feel.
Dohiyi Mir: a lesson on Lessing.
Echidne Of The Snakes: the elephant in the living room.
First Draft: please help these people.
Grateful Dread Radio: National Coming-Out Day…it’s not too late.
Left Is Right has an amazing story about Mario Capecchi, the winner of the 2007 Nobel Prize for medicine.
Lefty Side of the Dial on why he likes The Big Bang Theory, and other stuff.
Liberty Street with more on the Swiftboating of Graeme Frost.
Make me a Commentator!!! on that other wingnut who got upstaged by a 12-year-old kid.
Musing’s musings: Michael rejoices in his new computer and saved memory.
Pen-Elayne on the Web notes the end of the baseball season — for her — and points to an ite-say ith-way the ible-bay in ig-pay atin-lay.
Rook’s Rant on the wingnuts being so desperate for dirt that they’re reading the National Enquirer.
rubber hose: upyernoz heads for Egypt…but not without a final thought on the Frosts.
Scrutiny Hooligans on the perils of travel.
SoonerThought: Joe Biden!
Speedkill: lapel pins prevent terrorist attacks.
The Yellow Doggerel Democrat: a new version of Chicken Run.
T. Rex’s Guide to Life: The Florida primary will actually have some candidates in it, compared to some places.
The Invisible Library: ever read any Proust? Why not?
WTF Is It Now?? — If you’ve done nothing wrong, why do you need a lawyer?

Go Red Sox.