Things change here as of today.
I started this blog in July of 2005, and have published at least one post a day since June of 2006. During that time I have guest blogged or co-blogged at a few notable places: HorsesAss.org, Jesus’ General, Blatherwatch and Upper Left.
Things are changing. [...]
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Things change here as of today.
Big fat lazy flakes have given way to little flurries in a hurry as I pass the Microsoft Redmond campus. Traffic is mostly crawling, even for my bus in the HOV lane.
So I am testing out the blogging software on my android phone.
One of Washington state’s longest-running political blogs is Peace Tree Farm whose proprietor is known by the moniker N in Seattle. Today, N turns 60!
Happy birthday, N…here’s to 60 more!
Newsy: Biden lays out Democrat’s strategy.
Ed with some Psychotalk from Andrew Napolitano.
The proud GOP’s new crop of teabaggers:
RNC Communications Director Doug Heye: “Whatever it takes to win”.
Nick Turkal is Worst Person in the World!
Republicans Want to Go Back to Ruin:
Politico: Biden points out that Boehner is “nostalgic for ruin”.
John Boehner knows the Ways [...]
The Dumb-Ass-O’-The-Day award goes to Noel Sheppard of NewsBusters. Noel watches a video of Rachael Maddow mocking Gov. Christie for making a simple math error, and then concludes that she makes THE VERY SAME ERROR as Gov. Christie. Could it be? (I mean, outside of a Wingnut wet dream?) [...]
All I can say to this is, YOU GO GIRL!
My nomination is for this one by Josh Marshall.
If you ask me, this is far more likely to be something the CIA set up…. But it does raise an interesting legal issue. Can one be prosecuted—or, worse yet, declared an enemy combatant—for “friending” bin Laden? And is this worse than being a “follower” on an alternative medium?
So, I am sitting here reading away blissfully on my snazzy Samsung NC10 netbook (with a new Crucial 2 Gig memory upgrade), and sipping a delicious mug of insta-coffee from my Philips Senseo coffee maker, and I come across this article:
The FTC will require that writers on the Web clearly disclose any freebies or payments [...]
I just upgraded the blog software to WordPress 2.8.2.
Please leave a comment or drop me an email if you notice anything wrong.
Imagine, if you will, a conference call between Obama and a bunch of bloggers. And one of the bloggers asks a question about a provision in the health care legislation.
“I read that elderly individuals whose health care costs exceed the value of their potential contributions to society would be ground-up and used as fuel [...]
Paul Krugman points out the (apparently) intentional lies from the editorial page of the Wall Street Journal:
[T]he WSJ editorial page has been like this for 35 years. Nonetheless, it got me wondering: what do these people really believe?
I mean, theyâ€™re not stupid â€” life would be a lot easier if they were. So they know [...]
When I read this Wall Street Journal editorial on the Minnesota Senate race this morning, I was annoyed by the abundance of factual inaccuracies and the amateurish feel. It was written at the level of an inexperienced—and angry—blogger whose high emotional state has prevented an objective examination of facts.
It looks [...]
Congrats to Goldy and Horsesass for earning the title of Washington state’s best political blog from Chris Cillizza.
(Full disclosure…I blog there, too, but it’s, like, totally Goldy’s doing…totally. Really.)
Following a 146 year run, a fond farewell to the Seattle Post-Intelligencer print edition.
And best wishes to the scaled down, cyber-savvy, web edition.