Friday, February 29, 2008

Friday Blogaround

Here’s the Leap Day edition of the weekly round up around the Liberal Coalition.

A Blog Around The Clock: what exactly is a science blog?
archy: coyotes on the Pill?
Bark Bark Woof Woof: a legacy.
Bloggg: cultural value.
Collective Sigh: andante endorses…
Dohiyi Mir: NTodd remembers a friend.
Echidne Of The Snakes: Matt Drudge and Prince Harry.
Florida Progressive Coalition Blog: lessons from Black History Month.
Iddybud Journal: wind energy
Left Is Right: driving in L.A.
Musing’s musings: coming to terms.
Pen-Elayne on the Web: Elayne does the blogaround.
Rook’s Rant: Matt Drudge and Hillary Clinton. (Wow, Matt gets around.)
rubber hose stakes his claim with this candidate.
Scrutiny Hooligans out West.
SoonerThought: Pelosi wants to prosecute.
Speedkill: a brilliant dilemma.
Steve Bates, The Yellow Doggerel Democrat: Shiver me timbers, it’s Sing Like a Health Care Pirate Day.
Stupid Enough Unexplanation: no shirts.
The Invisible Library: portait of an atheist.
WTF Is It Now?? Is John McCain eligible to be president?
…You Are A Tree: Diebold leaks the news.

Happy Leap Day. Notable events on this day include Hattie McDaniel becoming the first African-American to win an Oscar for her role in Gone With the Wind in 1940.

Leap Day Trivia Question: There is a very popular theatre piece wherein the date of February 29 plays a crucial point in the plot. Name the piece. (No peeking.)