Yeah, I'm an artist.
Things seen along the road today.
Friday, February 24, 2006
No news is good news, right? Life has been running according to schedule this past week and I've nothing new or interesting to prompt anything worth writing about. Well, maybe the political skirmish in my 1st amendment class in which I disagreed with all my classmates regarding a certain issue which has been making headlines recently. It wasn't hard to do; they all had the exact same let's-all-hold-hands-and-sing-koombayah opinion.
I'm currently waiting for a load of clothes to dry. OMG, exciting.
Perhaps I shall take this time to work my way down the blogroll and explain why you should do some link clicking:
Agree or disagree, she's an interesting read (if you can get past the strangely placed google ads). Ajax is a Marine, though her blog deals more with her opinions on the world around her than her personal life.
Do you care about fair use rights for copyrighted orphan works? How about concerns about not-for-profit booksellers? No? Don't bother clicking.
This link takes you to a blog for the television version. If you want to check out the comic strip, go here.
Hit or miss. Liberal guy writing about a whole lot of different stuff. Updated very frequently, so there's always something new to read. He renamed his blog, but I haven't gotten around to editing my blogroll.
Infrequently updated, but so fun when there's something new to click on.
The title is pretty self-explanatory. Do you ever spend money on stuff? Yes? Click and be happy.
I dunno why I have this linked. For days when I just wanna vegetate by reading blogs, I guess. If you don't live in CT, then really you probably wouldn't be interested. It's a portal, that's about it.
Dad Gone Mad
Rude as hell commenter clique, but his posts are funny enough to make up for it. Sometimes almost as good as Dooce, if she were a guy.
A must read if you're Canadian. I'm not Canadian, but I like him anyway. I don't visit often, but I've gotten so many great links from him on the few occasions I do visit that I can't bring myself to delete him from my blogroll.
One of many awesome food blogs. *drool*
Are you new to the internet? No? Then I don't need to say any more.
He doesn't go by that title anymore (he's now just plain Pete Holiday) but I liked it, so I kept it. Pete's been on my blogroll for well over a year and has since graduated college and gone on to law school. He has a flair for drama, and can be quite an entertaining read, even if you're not in the loop. "Self-deprecating, yet holier-than-thou" is probably the best description I could come up with for Pete.
Another one who has been on my blogroll forever. I fricking love Kristine, she's so awesome. Updates have been less frequent these days, but every time my link to her has an asterisk next to it, she's the one I visit first on the blogroll.
The journal of the author of a comic I like a lot.
Go Fug Yourself
Celebrities dressed in funny outfits, verbally skewered by the unparalleled wit of writers Heather and Jessica.
I originally linked her because that was my nickname when I was a little kid and so I felt an affinity for her blog. She's since moved from blogspot, so I can't comment anymore, but I still read her. Hilary is a displaced Texan living the military life with her hubby and kiddos. A fun read, go check her out.
The dryer is done. I'll do the rest later. Maybe. No promises. Bye.
posted by hilary at 12:02 PM |
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