Friday Blogwhoring

Sock it to me, Shakers.

Recommended Reading…

Richard Blair: “Wednesday Night Ambush”

Mark Folse: What Is Remembered Lives (Via Scout Prime.)

Tracey: Pioneer Politics

Belledame222: Calling All Queer Dudes

Coturnix: Yes, Dolphins Are Smart!

The Angry Black Woman: Imaro by Charles Saunders


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16 responses to “Friday Blogwhoring

  1. I finally post pictures of my faithful sidekicks (aka, my kitties).

  2. I watched the debate between Bertie Ahern and Enda Kenny for Taoiseach in the election next week and wrote a post on the key moments.

  3. L

    Recommended Watching…

    28 Weeks Later: not only is it genuinely terrifying, it’s smartly written and a scathing indictment of our mishandled GWOT.

  4. Yesterday we discussed Arkansas’ Attorney General and his consumer alert about “killer spam” and offered our own hints on avoiding it. Today we discuss The Weekly World News article about the gates of Hell opening and Jack the Ripper escaping and offer a few hints on avoiding him. We are all about public safety at Matilda’s.

  5. A local Fiesta in Lots of real horseshit for a change. (We’re in the midst of and election campaign here at the moment.)

  6. A local Fiesta in our town. Lots of real horseshit for a change. (We’re in the midst of and election campaign here at the moment.)

  7. This week’s Friday Frank has us floating along to Mr. Zappa’s wistful guitar melody, Watermelon In Easter Hay. Drift on over and treat yourself.

  8. I got stuff… I got what to do to bad neighbors, a great fricking movie trailer, a must see video that will crack you up, and the friday video is Death Note 2. Yesterday’s movie was American History X.

    There is something entertaining for everyone. 🙂

  9. Someone posted this before, but it’s worth posting again:

    Local Harvest.

    Far from comprehensive, but still a great resource for finding locally-grown, affordable, and oftentimes organic produce near you–you enter your ZIP code and receive a list of participants in your area (and my Mum tells me there are even more in her far-flung rural neck of the woods, growers who just haven’t got themselves listed yet.) The more we buy from our own, American small farms and growers, and the less we buy from the poison merchants, the more available and affordable fresh food becomes for everyone.

    And if you have a favorite supermarket that you frequent, keep asking the manager to stock local produce. Even if he can’t immediately control what the chain purchases, he can pass on your requests. Stores aren’t stupid: they want to sell what people want to buy. The more interest in locally-produced food, the more they’ll stock.

  10. A blind guy wants a concealed carry permit in Minnesota to go along with his permits from Utah and North Dakota. Fortunately, Minnesota denied him.

  11. Gee, this seems anti-climactic after the above, but on my blog I salute the great jazz singer Anita O’Day.

  12. Lessee…

    More slaughter in Darfur (but the Sudanese gov’t says it’s not responsible, go figure…)

    And, more (somebody’s) baby blogging.

  13. How is it that I can spend hours writing a post debunking the idea that Jamestown was founded to “convert the heathens” and it gets little attention, but then I toss off a post about saying “I’m fine” when it’s a lie, and it gets tons of attention? *sigh*

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