Not only does it give me a chance to link to the blogs I read most, it allows me to be lazy and post something that I've already written.
Here's the round up for the past week:
- Posted on The Kansas Citian:
James thinks the US is posturing for war with Iraq. I'm just excited about a new expletive:
I think "Qud" is now my favorite invective: "Get the hell off my lawn, ya' damn Quds!!!" or "That slutty Qud goes home with a different guy every night." or "Ew! Somebody Quded all over my pizza!"
- Posted on The Random Ramblings of a Midtown Miscreant
MM took some cheap shots at the town of Lone Jack, Mo. I had to defend it's virtues:
Even though I'm married, I occasionally take a trip to Lone Jack. But thankfully, having a spouse drastically offsets the need of going to Lone Jack.
Lone Jack can be fun every once in a while, but the alternative is much better.
- Posted on Frighteningly Uncommon Sense:
Faith ranted against women who put on makeup while driving. I commented that my hands are already full without adding eyeliner into the mix:
If I were a chick, I don't see how i could put on makeup while driving, what with my hands being full of coffee, bagel and cellphone already.
Plus me being a chick and not a very good driver in the first place.
- Posted on I, Shane:
Shane is campaigning for Barack Obama again. I'm still skeptical (natch):
I’m almost there with you on this one, Shane. I certainly would vote for BO before Hillary. And I’m beginning to consider that he might be a better candidate that McCain.
But I don’t have high hopes for his presidency. He says he’s the candidate of change, but I haven’t seen him propose any real reform.
If I had to vote today, I’d probably still waste my vote on Ron Paul.
tagged: Iran, war, Quds, make up, driving, Barack Obama, Ron Paul