Friday, March 11, 2005

Round the Horn and Funky Days are Here Again

They may not have arrived at your present location; if not, please stay on the line and be assured that funky days are coming your way.

Natalie Davis' All Facts and Opinions (who I need to rename over in the blogroll) has a really nice review of some of the events around the world of the day, and also a look at the next Harry Potter Book.

archy has some info on the ubiquitous cat-blogging and what is being done about it.

Ubiquitous Cat-blogging would be a good name for a band.

blogg has a story on the possibility of a draft coming to a youngster near you. Worth checking out. It's worth noting that if there is a time when President Bush can institute a draft with a minimum of political backlash, now is that time. That said, I don't know if he actually will.

Echidne of the Snakes provides a very good rundown of the Bankruptcy Bill that just passed. Say, is it any wonder that the word bankruptcy kind of has the word rupture right in it?

Corrente has a nice round up of the weak for President Bush. Yeah, I noticed it too, but I meant to say weak, cause that's what this President is.

Musing's musings reviews a recent withdrawal of the United States from an international treaty; one that has long range consequences.

Pen-Elyane on the Web has a stumper of a philosophical question.

rubber hose has a nice coda to the whole Gannon Guckert mess.

Also for those of you who need a quick rundown on the Presidents Cement-headed plan to "reform" Social Security, check out this post by edwardpig.

And that's it. We now return you to the Funky Days, already in progress.

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