April 25, 2004
Rocky Mountain Blogger Round-Up VII (Updated)
It's a special time of the month for everyone. The time when the Rocky Mountain Bloggers unveil their latest works of majestic literary wonder for the pleasure and enjoyment of readers the world round. The time when you, gentle readers, can bathe yourselves in the warmth and genius that only come from the Rocky Mountain Blogger Roundup.
Please, contain your intense envy, control your jealousy, and let yourself be overcome by this, the most special edition of all the
Heheh. Just kidding.
Now, click on the links--they are all good and they are all Zomby approved.
Protein Wisdom originally wanted to share JF'nK's Potential Sister Soljah moment. Then he wanted to share with you the best ever interview with Noam Chomsky. I'm waiting for further waffling from the Atkins disciple...
Mike from Janus Online gives us Same Sex Marriage and the constantly changing definition of marriage. Agree or disagree, it is food for thought. Personally, I mostly agree. Mostly.
Phil reminds me that I owe him a martini or two at the next blogger bash. That, of course, has nothing to do with the Roundup. For the Roundup, he talks about Affordable Beauty. Which makes me desperately hope that he's right about ugly becoming fashionable.
Modern communication has made the world a much smaller place, as Wheels reminds us in this great post. He was worried that it was a little out of date, which I find ironic given the topic of the post, and sent along something just a touch newer for consideration as well. It includes the word apotropaic. Just click it. You know you want to...
Jed takes on the Children's Defense Fund. Gun rights are a hot button issue for me, and this is a good place to start thinking about "gun show loopholes," "assault weapons," and other points of confusion.
Ready for your own budget-politics Rorschach test? Walter's got one for you. A simple post that goes directly to the heart of monetary politics in our society.
James P. Johnson, of burn, sizzle, bleed, offer up a brilliant bit of prose. Tired of all the punditry? This is a nice respite from your normal reads...
And lastly, Dorkafork is offering to cook for you. But there are conditions. I'm telling you, it's a good cause and it sounds like a great meal. Do yerself a favor and check out his offer.
Update: Gary Farber came to the game a bit late, but wants to share this post with y'all.
Another Update: TalkLeft has a late entry, too. Check out her post on a pretty horrible impeachment case here in Colorado.
Another Another Update: Nick shares his thoughts about the Broncos draft. He's far more optimistic than I am.Posted by zombyboy at April 25, 2004 10:36 PM | TrackBack
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