Saturday, January 07, 2006
What A Week
Shit has been flying and the blogosphere has been humming. Hard to keep track of whose saying what and who's doing who. So consider this a blog round up.
But before I start I would like to first point out the countdown clock in the upper righthand corner. It's there for a rason and no it is not the Impeach Bush countdown clock. It's better, well almost better, be here on Monday bright and early to ensure you get a good seat. Anyway here we go:
Blue Gal has a gay agenda and a queer eye for a straight ad.
Ricky Zee remembers that he learned to dance from watching Elvis Costello videos.
Brother Kenya points out that a couple of Dems going down in flames does not make the Abramoff scandal a bi-partisan scandal. Matter of fact it's probably worth spending a couple of Dems to bring down the house, call it political capital, if you will.
Head on over to Vakil Polevoy's blog, he's got a history lesson on American Imperialism he'd like to share with you.
Michael Gregory Steele believes that a little government supervison is a good thing. Keeps a man honest.
Daffodil has a "respected deer-like animal" she would like you to meet.
Whoooaaaaa, Gulf Wars Episode II Clone of the Attack is out on DVD! WOOT!!!
And on that note I'm outta here. Have a great weekend everyone and I'll see you in the sandbox on Monday. And trust me, you do not want to miss Monday at Bring It On.
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Hey Bastard nice round-up man. I like the political capital thought in regards to the Abramoff scandal (speaking of, what ever happened to the downing street memo - at the time, that was referred to as Bush's watergate as well, anyway).
I posted to my blog yesterday- "Blind Patriotism" - have a look if you have time..
See you Monday.
Posted by: JPL | Jan 7, 2006 10:01:46 AM
I sure hope you have another video!
Enjoy your weekend.
Posted by: Night Bird | Jan 7, 2006 9:00:44 PM
Uh yeah I got caught up at anthrax , Steven hatfill depite his assretions would seem to be the man. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steven_Hatfill
In addition to the associations made in the article according to atleats one documetary film produced for the history channel (or Discovery) he is known to have worked near a, "Greendale elementary school," while in South Africa .... which begs the question of who paid to stop the investigation of this person of interest? and why?
Posted by: BYOC | Jan 7, 2006 9:24:01 PM
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