Friday, October 14, 2005

Friday Blogaround 

So what's up with The Liberal Coalition this week...

  • archy maps Lawrence of Arabia.
  • Bark Bark Woof Woof doesn't want to wait until next year.
  • blogAmY and David have a new weekly feature.
  • Deepest sympathy to moi at bloggg.
  • Chris sees Satan in rock and roll.
  • Collective Sigh worries that cronyism might be contagious.
  • CorrenteWire offers their own Contract With America (via The Poorman.)
  • Dodecahedron wonders why we've become numb to some things.
  • Dohiyi Mir sees blogging as therapeutic.
  • Echidne discusses sex dolls.
  • firedoglake on overpopulation.
  • First Draft on the latest woes for Tom DeLay.
  • The Fulcrum says the insurance bureaucracy makes people sick.
  • Happy Furry Puppy lets you in on the best things in Austin.
  • iddybud joins the chorus of catcalls at Richard Cohen's column.
  • Left Is Right quotes the great writings of Harriet Miers.
  • Liberty Street links poverty and sexism.
  • Make Me A Commentator looks at the right-wing's view of the bench and faith.
  • MercuryX23 on knowing too much.
  • Michael's off to recapture some memories.
  • Pen-Elayne really knows how to break the Yom Kippur fast (yummy!)
  • Rook's Rant found out how tough life can be.
  • rubber hose on right-wing rage. (Bonus link: rubber hose is a porn site??)
  • Science and Politics reports from ConVerge South.
  • Scrutiny Hooligans makes it tough to choose, but check out this story of hyperinflation in Zimbabwe.
  • Sooner Thought wonders if Al Gore will run again.
  • Speedkill reads a weird parody of popular fiction.
  • Steve Gilliard reports on the return of Judy Miller at the New York Times.
  • Among many other things, Kenneth at T. Rex has a new project in the works. Help him find Solutions.
  • The Countess goes ghosthunting.
  • The Invisible Library takes a bar exam.
  • Wanda explains it all for you.
  • WTF Is It Now on rehearsing to be spontaneous.
  • Think our only foreign policy CF is in the Middle East? The Yellow Doggerel Democrat says not by a long shot.
  • ...You Are A Tree reports on the torrential rain in NYC. (Watch out for root-rot...)

    Tomorrow is supposed to be the day when we change from the Rainy Season to the Dry Season here in South Florida. We shall see. Meanwhile, have a good weekend.

    Cross-posted from Bark Bark Woof Woof.