The good, the bad, the ugly: Sarah and the Good Squad hears a noise and discovers her neighbor raking her yard. She writes: Should I be grateful? offended? scared? Do I tip her? [There are some 30 comments on this post: One word: Landmines. Another writes: I mean…how bad is your yard?] The bad: A bathroom scoundrel tries to start a flood, writes the Upstate Life. More bad: After a stabbing, a short report by someone trying to get home. Today all traffic and pedestrians are being diverted from 14th Street between Clifton and Florida Ave and plainclothes detectives are crawling everywhere. The Luck of 13th St. And the ugly. When really big hypocrites fall… Church of the Big Sky on Ted Haggard.
Mattel Barbie Hot Tub Party Bus RV! Photos, too. The Average Blogger writes: Barbie gets a hot tub? Plus a “couch that opens into a bed. There’s also a pull-down second bed and more!” How many beds does Barbie need?
Only her opinion matters. Madam Mayo is asked by BBC TV about the most important issue in today’s election. She gives her answer, and writes: I then proceeded to walk on into Gerogetown and as I did, I realized two things. 1: my vote in DC has nothing to do with the war because, duh, as a DC resident, I don’t have a voting represenative in Congress and no Senator …
When I am Queen. The blogger at In the Gutter, writes about the changes she would make if she was in charge: When I am Queen, men who yell at women passing by on the street or make that dog-calling sound to get their attention will be publicly flogged. Seriously, in the history of mankind, has a women ever responded positively to this? No, I think not. Yelling “I want some o’ DAT” when I walk by is not the way to my heart, construction worker.
A DC resident now living in Alaska tells her story at City Girl in Alaska. During a recent visit to DC she wrote about some of things she missed about living here: guest lists, Georgetown architecture, Georgtown blowhards.
The View from Down South – A Liberal in DC. From the profile: … here I am, a Canadian political refugee in DC. All ready to exchange my Hill Times for The Hill and my Liberal red for Democrat blue.
Ben J. Wattenberg, moderator of the weekly PBS television program Think Tank and a DC resident, also has a blog, Wattenblog. And he’s thinking about publishing a book based on his blogging. He writes: I don’t believe a successful BlogBook has yet been published. But it is a new form, which I find very well-suited to my writing style and thinking style, I want to give it a shot.