Sunday, September 4, 2005

Party On!

Party On!This will remain at the top all weekend. Scroll down for new content.

We're taking a long weekend. And that means it's Party Time! Comment party, that is. TypeKey IS NOT REQUIRED TO COMMENT!! The link is there, because it's optional. But it's not required! We'll check things out Tuesday when we clean out the spam and troll droppings. So, leave your comments here!

Oh, one other thing. Although I did not contact any of the regular guest-bloggers, they are welcome ... no, invited ... encouraged ... begged? ... able to and just might leave a post or two here. They've got the keys to the place. And they know how to use them. If they stop by, be sure to leave them a comment, too.


  1. Yay! Party! I'll bring the dip, myself.

  2. Whoooo! Whoooo! Comment Party! Whooo!

    (That wasn't nearly as much fun as I was expecting.)

  3. Lessons from the Dogs

    When loved ones come home, always run to greet them.
    Never pass up the opportunity to go for a joyride.
    Allow the experience of fresh air and the wind in your face to be pure ecstasy.
    When it is in your best interest, practice obedience.
    Let othe...

  4. Ssshhhh

    psssst, basil is out for the weekend. Party at his place, pass it on.

  5. Labor Day Weekend

    Today's dose of NIF - News, Interesting & Funny ... Labor Day Weekend, and continued prayers for the victims of Katrina

  6. Partay! Yay!
    Hey I started blogging again after my hiatus.

    Cool party. Wohoo more dogs too!

  7. This is grand, since everytime I've tried to log in to this site with my TypeKey info, I can't get in. Heh, I can comment now!

    Um, only wish I had something to say.

    Oh yea, I was going to comment on your post awhile back about what is up with TTLB being behind. Our community site for The Wide Awakes hasn't been updated in 2 days. we now know what's been up: NZ's been a busy bear helping to raise dollars for Katrina victims.

    Rock on, Bear. (and basil!)

  8. Was Katrina Avoidable?

    “To suggest that Katrina was caused by mankind is not only grossly misleading, it also obscures the real issues that need to be addressed, even in the absence of global warming.” So says Dr. Roy Spencer, Climatologist. Read on…

  9. Mental Health Workers Deal With Katrina Aftermath

    Mental health professionals from around the country have mobilized, anticipating a sudden jump in cases as the effects of Hurricane Katrina begin to hit home.

  10. Mental Health Workers Deal With Katrina Aftermath

    Mental health professionals from around the country have mobilized, anticipating a sudden jump in cases as the effects of Hurricane Katrina begin to hit home.

  11. Whoa. I got so drunk at this party, I messed up my own trackback. Gnarly!

  12. Issue of race ?

    The Mayor of New Orleans thinks that the slow response to the situation is

  13. perspective

    Last night I slept in a comfortable bed and in a warm house. I drove here with a full tank of gas for which I had not waited in line to pump. I had tuna salad with celery as a...

  14. Catholic Charities Ribbon

    Based on several requests I have added a ribbon for Catholic Charities. If you would like to add a Catholic Charities donation ribbon like the ones below here is how you can do it: (Left sided banners soon)
    Save one of these images and upload it to y...

  15. Open Trackback Post

    Saturday Open Trackbacks at Point Five, Displayed Inline.

  16. The Heroes of Katrina

    Too many of the stories on Katrina have focused on the worst aspects of humanity. While there are villains a plenty, there are also many heroes. Rescue workers, National Guardsman, & ordinary people doing extraordinary things. Here are the links to t...

  17. West Virginia Cajuns

    Louisiana has accepted Gov. Joe Manchin's offer to relocate hurricane refugees to West Virginia. This came after Louisiana turned down Chicago. (Hat tip, Outside the Beltway). Good choice on Louisiana's part.

  18. Racism Charges Abound

    This just makes me feel all warm and cozy inside, and so proud to be a Marylander. The Washington Times reports thus: Black Democrats in Congress and civil rights leaders yesterday accused the Bush administration of incompetence and a lack of compassi...

  19. Katrina's Lesson

    Question: If you're in an area that has hurricanes, will you now evacuate when the next one comes? Or will you choose to "ride it out" again like you have in the past?

    Accordion Guy has a few more questions--actually, a LOT more--about your prep...

  20. Trackback Flood

    Weekend open trackbacks are here again!

    If you have something you'd like others to read, link to this post, and send a trackback. If you use Blogger or something else that doesn't send trackbacks, use Kalsey's Simpletracks form. Your link will sho...

  21. Hey! WTF can't I send a trackback ping?

  22. Who Is This "God" You Speak Of?

    Perhaps you can find it in your shriveled little hearts to live up to your claim of being the compassionate, open-minded liberals you claim to be. More than likely, you'll just keep attacking those nasty Christians and Jooooos like you always do.

  23. Whee, fun party! Only thing bringing me down is the inability to add links to my blogrolling account.

  24. Katrina's wrath

    This Hurricane has been worse than hurricane Andrew and I recall that one cause I was in Florida and the devastation was real ,and unbelieveable to me anyway cause I was never really in one and I had noticed how the people would hurry to buy all thei...

  25. Some thoughts on Europe

    Lately I have been thinking off and on about my experiences in Italy, and how my opinion of Europe has changed since I took my first visit to it. One of the things that I noticed in hindsight is that...

  26. Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist Dead

    Hat Tip Jawa Report viaFox News

    Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist died Saturday evening at his home in suburban Virginia, said Supreme Court spokeswoman Kathy Arberg.

    A statement from the spokeswoman said he was surrounded by his three childre...

  27. OH YEAH - I hate that Typekey!!!!

    Now, let's go shove Geraldo Rivera into the floodwaters, shall we?

  28. Chief Justice Clarence Thomas

    In replacing Chief Justice William Rehnquist, the president should chose the best justice already on the court: Clarence Thomas.

  29. Shattered!

    David Brooks, in todays New York Times writes:
    Rats on the West Side, bedbugs uptown/What a mess! This towns in tatters/Ive been shattered, Mick Jagger sang in 1978.
    Americans in 2005 are not quite in that bad a sha...

  30. Dubya plays oblivious to Michael Brown's failures

    What a shame. President Dubya has continued with an act he already played when it came to praising the PLO: he praised Michael D. Brown, head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, for helping in dealing with the aftermath of hurricane Katrina

  31. Is This Normal ?

    Is This Normal ?
    Kittiwat Unarom, 28, a Thai art student, sits behind his works "human being parts" made of bread at his studio in Potharam district of Ratchaburi province, south of Bangkok, Thailand, Friday, Sept. 2, 2005. Kittiwat who is a son o...

  32. Don't Blame Bush

    please go read stratasphere's list of things that the local gov.

  33. Views from the muslim world

    Sunday, September 04, 2005
    Views from the Muslim world
    this is what they think .. eh sure , read here

  34. I'll give the first shove!

    Where's the jello shots?


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