Monthly Archives: December 2006

DC Blogs Noted

In a visit to a dog park, Molly, a newly adopted dog, is hesitant about leaving the side of her dog parents.  Molly’s wary look is captured in a photo. Crazy Girl City. Jimbo has had it with trash dumping in his neighborhood. Caught up in Sam’s tornado of cheaptitude is La Bella Noire’s Ramblings. And […]

DC Blogs Noted

After moving from Columbia Heights to Northeast, njc writes that it has been harder to feel so at home here. It feels more foreign, more cold. But then she witnesses something that changes her mind. A beautifully written post by The Cords of Billroth. A night out becomes a weird adventure for I-66 at Yeah, […]

DC Blogs Noted

‘Tis the season to help and the best way to help is by giving.  See Life of Red to learn how you can help some children. For $12.50 you can take a seminar on how to ask a woman out. Sugar N  Spice rounds up the cost and sharpens the point: You mean to tell […]

DC Blogs Noted

A medical student and blogger, Veritography, ponders the excesses of some of his sheltered classmates. This powerful critique has jaw dropping examples of outrageous behavior, such as:  I think of those times whenever I see my classmates doing keg-stands and leaning on each other’s shoulders to walk down the street because they are too drunk to […]

DC Blogs Noted

    There’s magic in the air:  I have found the secret formula to being irresistible to women, writes Throwing Hammers.     DC’s no parking street cleaning rules are designed to raise revenue via parking tickets, not clean streets. The street sweepers rarely show and that’s because street cleaning, like everything else, is partly […]

DC Blogs Noted

To my fellow bloggers, writes Avert Your Eyes, Congratulations on being named Time Magazine’s People of the Year. But Alejandra Sent from My Dell Desktop has a different take on it, starting with its cover art. I’d like to kick the genius who came up with that snazzy idea, she writes. The writer at A […]

DC Blogs Noted

Dating blog reader: How to Set His Thighs on Fire and Dating Up: Dump the Schlump and Find a Quality Man. Grateful Dating’s take on some unsolicited books that arrived in the mail.   Metro’s plan to make working people pay more on the train is just retarded, writes the DC Universe. People don’t ride Metro […]

DC Blogs Noted

Freewheeling Spirit says some of his government worker friends are worried about Recommendation 74 of the Iraq Study Group Report. That’s the one that says: “In the short term, if not enough civilians volunteer to fill key positions in Iraq, civilian agencies must fill those positions with directed assignments.” My friends say they would quit […]

DC Blogs Noted

DC is at the center of a major case over its restrictions on gun ownership, writes City Desk.  He writes: the DC government is threatening an extremely important defense against tyranny of the sort that is becoming more visible in the United States. One reason America has not moved further towards dictatorship is because of […]

DC Blogs Noted

Some of the injured in the recent building collapse in Virginia arrived at the hospital that njc, an emergency medicine resident, works at. It was a sobering moment for many reasons.  The Cords of Billroth. As I was peeling off one guy’s layers–three pairs of socks, pajama pants then jeans then a jumpsuit, sweatshirt piled […]