Monthly Archives: January 2010

New additions to DCBlogs.com live feed

The latest adds to the DCblogs.com/live feed. Personal: Momentum When an explosion occurs, myriad particles disperse from the locus of detonation and remain in motion by virtue of momentum. Thereafter, they may collide and comingle such that they grow in size, disintegrate further such that where there was one there are now many particles, or […]

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CityGirl wonders how the ladies feel about bringing their men to the spa, and fellas, if we did want to… would you want to go? Rachel, Rachel, I’ve Been Thinking marks a very different sort of anniversary with a heart-wrenching and refreshingly honest post about her weight loss surgery. Excerpt: “I put on over 100 […]

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In the midst of a sea of snark and sluggishness, Disaffected Scanner Jockey suggests a different song: When Words Fail, It’s Time to Shut Up and Help Out. WMATA GM John Catoe steps down. DCist on the reaction: Eleanor Holmes Norton Reacts to Catoe Retirement. Washingtonian’s Capital Comment Blog gives us an update on that […]

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A post by an American in Haiti who writes of the quake and its immediate aftermath. Rollings in Haiti. This came via a link on the Elf King. Gradually Greener finds that the $.05/plastic bag fee is “totally working.” There’s now a listserv for crimefighting in DC’s 7th District.  Doesn’t Jamie of Farm Fresh Meat […]

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This is the way the new media is supposed to work: the author of Blonder Than You completed a meme/blog award (there may or may not be discussion of the absence of knickers) from A Vapid Blonde’s blog which featured a hysterical post in which she detailed the interaction she had via Twitter that ended […]

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An open letter to my fellow Green Line riders. Dealing in Subterfuges. Keywords: DC, Douchebags, Etiquette, Jerks, Metro. Also, really short pop quiz: During Metro rush hour, what two books describe the experience? Global Chameleon. Why wear pants on the Metro? Getting to the bottom of things, from the pantless rider, The HR Intern. And […]

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Groped again, the writer of Whip My Assets, refuses to be invisible this time. Inside the news operation of a right-leaning Washington political pundit. Snarkshelf. Have We Overcome? Mtngrl Musing. The metrics of the presidency. The fashion void that is DC. From Florence, fashion. Ugh, Why is D.C. the Hardest Place to Find An Apartment? […]

New Year, new live adds

The latest adds to the DCblogs.com/live feed. Personal: Shannon Sez So If Shannon Sez So, then it must be. It’s as simple as that folks, no discussion, no debate, no argument, and no compromising (unless I say so). I’m a Scorpio, so you know I’m passionate about all the aspects of my life, especially my […]

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Movie review: Avatarded. A political analysis of Avatar by Heard in DC that begins: I was both pleasantly surprised and thoroughly disgusted by the film, entertained to no end by the action and CGI, but drained intellectually (not of energy, but of intellect — literally) by its politics. The tell-it-in-your-own-word profiles by Danny Harris, the […]

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It’s as easy as 1-2-3, according to Social Butterfly. If only finding your dream editor were as easy as 1-2-3.  Italian Mother Syndrome teases with a title telling you how to find your dream editor and then breaks it to you:  you can’t. Creeping toward decreptitude isn’t slouching toward Bethlehem, but it isn’t very avoidable […]