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Sunday, March 02, 2008

B.A.D. Sunday Stroll Through Blogtopia!

Graphics credit Skippy, concept credit Skippy and Jon Swift

Hello, everybody! The blogroll has grown again, affording us an opportunity to share more goodies with you from every corner (elbow?) of the InnerTubes.

But first we visit Sungold at Kittywampus to read what she has to say about Michelle Obama.

Kel, over at The Osterley Times, tells us about the British Government's lies on the rendition flights through Diego Garcia.

NG posts something very, very interesting about child porn over at his blog.

Mathman over at When Will I Use This points out a truth about a teacher's life that very few people seem to realize: it's not all flowers and candy and three months off a year.

At Spring Reading Challenge, Dr. Monkey von Monkerstein sets out the rules and welcomes the eager. This is very similar to what we do at CultureVultures, except it never occurred to us that anyone else loved reading as obsessively as we do, and we just post our lists and reviews and hope that we'll win our bet on how many books we can read each year and make the loser take us out to dinner. We like Dr. von Monkerstein's idea better.

Rook rants about the gods that neither atheists nor Christians believe in. Funny. The Atheist side of the table seems to have an extra row ...

This has been your Sunday stroll through Blogtopia (y,Sctp!). La Casa de Los Gatos thanks you for your attention.

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3 Comments:

At 5:33 PM, Blogger Mathman6293 said...

Thanks for the link!

 
At 1:15 PM, Blogger ThePoliticalCat said...

Yer welcome! Thanks for a terrific blog!

 
At 2:15 PM, Blogger NG said...

It's a little more than interesting....it could also be suggested from that blog post you're linking to that if a govt group uis using a specific program to search for illegal porn, then what's to say they weren't the ones who posted them online?

 

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