DC Blogs Noted

What Happens After We’re Gone? Tiaras Optional explains why you need to be nice to be people.  And it’s not for the reason you think.

Honey, sorry you’re on life support, but there’s a game tonight.  Don’t you ever … by Doctor Moxie.

This is a thoughtful indictment of an all too common human behavior, by the ever observant Walker, the writer at The DC Sidewalk Blog. (This post also got a nice shout out at the Express)  It begins: 

If one considers the human animal and his motivating behavior in general, Maslow’s hierarchy of needs might describe them well: physiological needs, safety needs, social needs, esteem needs and finally self-actualization. But in the human motorist, specifically of the Greater Washington DC area, I have observed that self-righteous indignation is the motivating factor behind most behavior.

My pride, served on a silver platter. Reality smacks DC Katastrophe in the face. Very good writing.

Being a woman. The love and the hate of it, point-by-point, by the writer at Attention Span of a Fly.

Check this out: Photo of an emerging roof at the Smithsonian American Art Museum. Eye Level.

Best ‘About Me” description: I’m an indecisive, overly sensitive redhead who wants to save the world but still needs to make peace with herself. I love people but cannot trust, love God but fall asleep when praying, and love my family but moved away from them. By Radical Flower.

Il Pizzico in Rockville, a review at DC Foodies.

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