Thanks to this post from the Hello Negro blog, I found a Daily Beast post that offers the following cautionary analysis “Note to Republicans: Racist “humor,” the Internet, and political ambitions don’t mix.”
Too soon for a mocking homage to recently departed celebrities? Bradford Pearson doesn’t think so and sets about doing just that with a satirical send-up of Billie Mays and Michael Jackson opportunists.
There are some books for which The Malnurtured Snay is not entirely comfortable helping you search. Warning: contains some adult content and pointed language.
There comes a time in every teenage boy’s life when he has to decide how to remove the “few scraggly hairs littered across his face.” Franco Beans faced that choice and selected a painful option.
The If I had to Pick Five blog has a serialized format – lists of five. In Five People You Meet at Dinner the author takes on five stereotypes that maybe exist for a reason.
Who knows how long emotions stay raw after a loss, but for Lemon Gloria, Speed Bumps brought them to the surface.
When the sponsors of Screen on the Green announced the reversal of the decision to cancel the summertime ritual, they noted new media sources buzzing with support for the event as a significant force for change. All of you bloggers, Twitter-ers, and Facebook-ers should take a bow, and start making plans… DC Metblogs has the summer 2009 schedule.
Happy Anniversary to Shawn and Sara of Pink Schemes