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Friday, July 20, 2007

Around the Blogroll and Elsewhere -- Special Big Blue Linkitude Edition
Posted by Jill | 6:30 AM
In which we link to some of yesterday's visitors....

Avedon Carol cites Digby's commentary on Marc Ambinder's article in the Atlantic essentially admitting that the press is out to bury John Edwards because they just plain don't like him. Haven't we seen this before? Bill Clinton anyone? Al Gore? Howard Dean? John Kerry? Anyone seeing a pattern here?

Jon Swift wonders if another terrorist attack would be just what the doctor ordered.

dlcox1958 reports at The Great Orange Satan on Bruce Fein's appearance on Thom Hartmann's show advocating the impeachment of George W. Bush.

Bob Rixon on the Plainfield, NJ riots of 1967.

Emphyrio of the gorgeous blog banner on Juan Cole reaching exasperation critical mass.

Slim at No Fish No Nuts about evangelical atheism.

Dan McEnroe at A Blog Named Sue on whether SETI scientists ought to perhaps pick up a bit before shouting at extraterrestrials to come on down. (Or at the very least, put on a pot of coffee and open a Whitman's Sampler.)

eRobin at Fact-esque on why you should call your Senators and ask them to support S.1634.

Shortwoman (or as I prefer to call her, "Normal Sized Woman", on whether it's even possible to reason with neocons who don't live on the same plane of consensus reality that we do.

At one time, there was actually a Mr. Tata, but the man was clearly just not up to the task of appropriately worshipping the fabulousness that is The Divine Ms. T (and she is, too).

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