Monthly Archives: September 2010

DC Blogs Noted

  The author of Where’s My Cape? thought her husband was a bit batty to want to do an Ironman triathlon, but ended up respecting his dedication and determination. Que sera, Sarah wrote that she was having a baby in four hours. By the time this post is published on DC Blogs Noted, presumably the […]

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Some writers, some bloggers have the ability to yo-yo one’s emotions through their words and somehow not leave a reader feeling manipulated from the experience. Laurie of LaurieWrites is one such writer, and “Why I had to tell you about him” is one such story. IcantBelievablepays tribute to the once great societal force, The Record […]

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Two phrases come to mind with this entry from City Girl Blogs; “Don’t miss it” and “Get a tissue ready.” We’re pulling for you, girlie. Candy Sandwich puts into words better than I ever could how I, and probably a lot of you as well, feel about this whole “economy” thing lately. Comedian Michael Larrick […]

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After something on his bike breaks, the writer of If you see something, say something, decides to give Capital Bikeshare a try. Excerpt: Perhaps because of the novelty of it, it also is a conversation starter — a woman asked me about it as I was taking it out, and a guy on a bike […]

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Higher mathematics and far too many pills: a dimensional analysis from Toddler Planet. A hardcore dose of inspiration for you in a guest post at Positively Present. Kinda made your humble editor want to run through a brick wall after reading it. Ooh, did Hilarity in Shoes hit me close to home with this. A […]

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Metro DC Utilities Blog contains an interview with EPA Environmental Scientist Ellen Schmitt discussing emerging contaminants in the water supply. On World Car Free Day 2010, Beyond DC writes about being car-free for more than ten years and still finds that while occasionally renting a car is necessary for out-of-town travel, most things can be […]

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The Marathon’s Mistress kinda picks a fight with the too large fraternity of DC-Haters. Editorial Disclosure: this contributing editor is a fellow DC native, and stands firmly with the Mistress. There’s dark humor, and then there’s the author of Awkward Sex and the City wondering ablog* about the myriad ways unemployment is affecting her life […]

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If you liked the Arlington Rap, make sure you don’t miss “The Metro Song” (Unsuck DC Metro) AND the new What’s The Deal DC “WTD Rap Video”. Borderstan fills us in on what to expect at the 17th Street Festival this Saturday. Marie’s Blog Cafe shares the first positive account I’ve ever heard of putting […]

DC Blogs Noted

Quotes by My Students. Pisces out of Water. A French and English teacher took notes while teaching in Louisiana. I Don’t Believe Expensive Engagement Rings Equal True Love. City Girls World. First ‘RiverFrontFest’ Coming on Oct. 9. JD Land. Night of the Living Dead, the Musical. It’s on its way to be a reality. Stephen […]

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Another day in commuting paradise leads to a collection of random thoughts over at Sonnet 87. It’s always hard to say goodbye for the last time, especially when it’s the last thing you want to do. Giant Butters remembers. [language NSFW] Rude Cactus gets caught up in a verbal tornado, and doesn’t mind a bit. […]