Monthly Archives: October 2012

DC Blogs Noted

My Visit to the Psychic. Stirrup Queens. A Halloween Confession. Freewheeling Spirit. It begins: They say confession is good for the soul, and it is with great resolve to save my damaged soul that I finally tell this story that has haunted my every waking hour since I was 13 years old. The horse jogger […]

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News story of the week: Sauk Rapids Woman Gets Out of D.C. ‘Just in Time’, Ahead of ‘Sandy’ From WJON in St. Cloud, Minn. Good Brown Gravy made this video prediction about Hurricane Sandy. See if he’s right. Writes Jodifur: I can’t imagine what my life would be like without my best friend. Phnx65 offers […]

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DC’s Websites Get an F for Emergency Information, writes All Life if Local. Long lines, high Democratic turnout in early voting in Burtonsville, Md. Just Up the Pike. Zoning Overlay: More Food in Cleveland Park? Ward3DC. Columbia Journalism Review writes about Homicide Watch, in the post, Murder Inc. Advice to unpaid interns: you’re being exploited […]

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Dating violence: apparently it’s not too early to have that talk. PunditMom. LIT’s Living on Capitol Hill (Hell!?) is on a mission to create more parking spaces in her neighborhood. To that end, she writes: So I went about making cards that can be slipped on the windshield to remind folks that being a little […]

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DC Literary Outsider tells of the time he met George McGovern. Blogging is (possibly) not narcissistic, argues Jeneric Generation. She writes: The more I think about it I realize that yes, blogging might be narcissistic if we all posted onto our blogs, removed the “comment” application, and didn’t offer any way for others to communicate […]

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The Angry Bureaucrat has slowed down a little in the blogging department. He writes: My wife and I have been very busy trying to get ready for the impending arrival of the Babycrat. But the upcoming election prompted him to explain why a Romney victory would be disastrous for American democracy. Upscale bowling alley likely […]

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Mean Louise gets attention on her walk home but isn’t quite sure why. For a while, she was thinking: “Wow, the neighborhood is super-extra-friendly today!” The caption under the first photo is so true. The Cosmology of Reya, who writes: Every year at this time, the Dead whisper to me. Freewheeling Spirit once tried his […]

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Math leads to sobs but not for the reasons you might think. The not ever still life. An adoption love story is a wonderful story. Washington Humane Society. Not Enough Tequila in the World writes about his father-in-law’s passing. Excerpt: There’s a lot about his passing that is sad–he was always very nice to me […]

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No one helped. The story from Collective Action for Safe Spaces. An excerpt: I then started to yell even louder attempting to get the attention of Metro employees, but unfortunately to no avail; not one person there did anything to intervene, deescalate the situation, restrain the individual, or even call police. What are “class B […]

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Welcome Back to Homicide Watch DC. It stopped publishing for a short period, but now it’s back. An amazing public response of volunteers and donations helped. A former Hill worker tells of the times he shared small talk with Joe Biden. World in Motion. This photo of a baseball scoring system used by the Washington […]