Monthly Archives: February 2007

DC Blogs Noted

Oh Lord it Feels Like I’m Dyin’. A medical scare brings pain and worry but most importantly a realization. A very powerful post by the blogger at I Now Pronounce You. It was recommended by Mandy, who wrote in a note: …  it was, well … perfect.  I wish we all had more moments like this […]

DC Blogs Noted

Red Panda Zone’s day included slipping on ice, falling in mud and getting proposition by a neighbor in search of a good time. Dry and sharp humor. Excerpt: Now, my falling is not a newsworthy event. In fact, it’s an annual winter tradition. But what is noteworthy, I thought, was that none of the people […]

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You would expect a government-sponsored blog about reducing greenhouse emissions to be as exciting as a high school science class, but that’s not what’s going on in Arlington. The writers of this county-sponsored blog are sharing their personal adventures to cutback on energy use. This is a very good effort and potential role model for other government led […]

DC Blogs Noted

UVA’s approach to teaching risk management or as Scotus at The DC Universe brilliantly explains, UVA: Lowering your IQ for $17,500 a year Someone who went bald early in life says a lot of women look hot without hair. The Underachiever’s Progress. Blogging photo tour of the British Museum by Mayhem by Miss M. Cabs, […]

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Where does the FOUD box go? It’s moving day for KC at Where’s My Cape and it does not go well.  It begins: I don’t think I have many enemies, but even if I had some nefarious demons in my life, I would certainly not wish moving upon them. I’m not that cruel. Three tales […]

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DC has too many English majors.  Left-Handed Dynasty. A rant by a Columbus, Ohio visitor. Excerpt: I saw a 6-pack of pudding cups for $1.25, the same product by the same manufacturer in the 4-pack cost $3.79. I asked the manager person at the CS desk what was up with that and he just shrugged […]

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I-66’s Bloggentines are definitely worth the visit. Clever and funny. What happens in Vegas, goes on my blog. ArJewTino writes about his lucky number and his unlucky age.   In Honor of St. Valentine’s Decapitation. And the experiences that led this outlook. Excerpt: … I firmly renounce romantic love. I don’t renounce romance, sex, or desire. But […]

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Didja see me? Didja see me? Always Write pens a short piece for the Washington Post about the arrival of wrinkles. After the story appears, it’s not just wrinkles arriving. Excerpt: At that moment my call waiting beeped and again I answered blindly, like a fool. Christopher said that while he totally respects my (fictitious) relationship, he […]

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DK, a retired Army officer, measures the toll of Iraq and reconsiders impeachment.  An excerpt from A Silent Cacophony: The stench and stain they will have left has no parallel that I can see, in American history. They have to go, and there can be no pardons for them for what might follow. I’m personally […]

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DC versus Philly. A comparison rating, by category, of the atmosphere, housing, food, culture, public transportation and jobs in these two cities, at Kittens with Mittens. Metro elevator outages are on the rise, well, it’s more than a rise, it’s some sort of a systematic breakdown, writes Good at Drinking, Bad at Life. But is there an underlying […]