Thursday, September 1, 2005

Breakfast: 9/1/2005

Try one of these specials with your breakfast:


  1. American Red Cross

    Today's dose of NIF - News, Interesting & Funny ... It's Stop the ACLU Thursday, and Katrina Relief Day!

  2. Ganji Update

    In what supporters say is a victory for the Democratic movement in Iran Akbar Ganji has broken his hunger strike after 71 days following pleas from his family and promises that he will soon be released. According to Akbar Atri a spokesman for the stude...

  3. Army Training

    You all need to take a look at some High Speed army Training.

  4. Katrina Bringing Out the Worst and Best of America

    First: I’d like to take a moment to ask you, kind reader, to give whatever you can in support of the victims of Hurricane Katrina. Because, despite the wreckage and mayhem of perhaps the most catastrophic natural disaster to befall our nation in...

  5. Blog For Relief -Hurricane Katrina

    Hugh Hewitt has passed on the idea to make TODAY the Blog for Katrina Day! (the day was picked by Evil Glenn who has his roundup page here:">The Bear is keeping track, as he does so well, so go...

  6. The Mississippi Gulf Coast

    basil has a ROUNDUP this morning.

  7. Can You Spare A Dollar For Your Brother/Sister?

    The Salvation Army is currently providing services to storm victims and first responders in the Gulf Coast states.

  8. Philippine President Arroyo ducks impeachment?

    It appears so

  9. Help those in need.

    The Truth Laid Bear is heading up the “Blog for Relief Day” to raise money and support for those devastated by hurricane Katrina. American’s are kind and generous people and the outpouring of support for our fellow Americans has bee...

  10. whats going on with the ecosystem ?

    My instincts tell me not to say a word but I can't help it , I have to make sure everyone sees this , there are a few blogs that do not seem to fit and dont lead to anywhere but back

  11. Katrina Relief Blogburst, et al

    ...And Basil's Blog has a meta-roundup (includes others' roundups) of Katrina relief efforts, too. Good resource. And stick around to read other posts there, why dontcha?


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