Monthly Archives: November 2007

DC Blogs Noted

The dog walking business doesn’t bite, but there are accidents. Econo-Girl An excerpt: Of course as your business grows, you hire people. Then it really gets tough. Like the guy who sat in someone’s house and ate a bucket of chicken and left some of the bones and biscuits lying around. The client was a […]

DCBlogs Photography Contest Update

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James Brown arrives at this blogger’s home in groovalistic blur and discovers a different kind of funky. “Papa’s got a brand new trash bag!” He helps with the chores and with the question about heaven. Throwing Hammers DC Burnout. So DC writes: If I don’t “get out” soon, will I ever? A plan for a […]

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Saddened … but not shocked. Thoughts about Sean Taylor’s murder. Nat Turner’s Revenge There have been over 150 murders in D.C. this year, writes DC Universe. Where’s the outrage? A Culture of Violence. Where does it start? This post concerns professional hockey and eight year olds. A view from the cheap seats. Tension in Columbia […]

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Selling Point: Amazing Views Of Historic Massacre Sites. A Daily Dose of Zen Sarcasm offers a pointed view about the gated communities near Bull Run. When a Man Says He’s Been Hurt … I don’t usually give a damn. Writes Sugar of Sugar N Spice. Paella Deconstructed. The Slow Cook. Japenese Divorce Law Makes Husbands […]

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Over the holiday, a hospital emergency room is busy with people seeking help for chest pain, reports the writer at Does It Rain On The Moon? But while the pain comes from the heart, the remedy won’t be found in the emergency room. An insightful post about life in our time. Early Sunday afternoon, the […]

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The John Belushi of the dinosaur world. Pygmalion in a Blanket Health hazards of butternut squash. Where’s My Cape? Food Rockz’s pre-Thanksgiving feast looks delicious. Holiday chatter. Family discusses what to do if a bomb goes off. Technology & MSG What’s the best way to start the day? Getting a prize in your cereal! Kings […]

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There is a lack of running etiquette by men in a gym, writes Sonnet87. These are men who will get on the treadmill next to woman — despite better options — and then, in an obvious way, kick up the pace. Five signs I should have replaced my tires much, much earlier than I did. […]

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The writer at Two Shorten the Road attends “The Nation’s Gun Show” at the Dulles Expo and is disturbed by some of things she sees. Excerpt: I saw at least four tables with Nazi armbands and flags for sale. My thoughts on this: The people who think Nazi stuff is cool are the same people […]