I've started a long overdue review of links on the right side of the page
. In the process, I've found a few of my old favorites continue firing my synapses.
. This literary arts oriented weblog continues to amaze and interest me.
, who, by the way, came up with some thought-provoking reasons to support his idea as to why Scooter Libby's commuted sentence is a big yawn
, and why not to get upset about it.
provides a link to a YouTube ditty, deceptively soft-styled music that indicts the Bush-Cheney-Satan craziness
that permeates the planet these days.
makes yet another sharp aside about the Scooter Libby criminal nonsense
[and provides a clever take on Nazi Era propaganda poster art to boot!
I was heartened to see that the Dervaes family's urban homesteading Path To Freedom
continue to keep the march to everyday resource sustainability alive. And on only a 1/5 acre spot of land!
It was also encouraging to see that David is still posting at Otherstream
, and still making wry observations about the passing scene
. David's Planet Soma
was one of the first disciplined and well-written personal weblogs I'd ever come across.
Glad, too, that Ratical
continues to offer it's Rat Haus Reality
to keep the rest of us aware of what times we live in.
I would be remiss if I neglected to make note of Mike Power's
discovery of the Anal Sex for Christ site
. [as the expression goes, you can't make this stuff up
And the always queer and irreverent No Milk Today
makes note of his mother's constant question "So when are you getting married
?" knowing full well he'd have to make it through reparation therapy
successfully first [a treatment modality that doesn't have a very convincing track record].
Finally, I make note of John Barger's Robot Wisdom
. Crisp and concise. Let's you know what's stimulating his brain.
Now that I'm on a roll, I hope I can keep this site busy and provide something that can keep your attention regularly, especially since my readership has more than tripled since my trip to Europe.
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