and other assorted sites. I like long walks on the beach, gazing into the eyes of my spouse, tickling puppies, and linking your brains out. Being I'm not walking, gazing or tickling, it must be linking time.
Wally Whateley's House of Horrors: Who'd have imagined that writing a column in a major newspaper begging for the murder of thousands of Americans would draw such ire? But if another 9/11 would pull this country together, a nice Black Death would really unite Americans against the dangers of the world.
I Am Jack's Non Blog: Seems Jack decided a great way to spend the run-up to his birthday would be to dedicate several hundred hours
playing with the instantly infamous BlogWarBot.
Harp and Sword: Amazon apparently has no problem remaining in the dog-fighting business, which makes you think they'd be thrilled to see
the GOP run a Romney-Vick ticket.
even in the progressive blogosphere, minorities still have their work cut out for them.
Something to think about: My mother is a survivor of ovarian cancer. Her main assets in fending off the horrible disease - a indomitable attitude and early detection. So hats off to Eva Longoria, the Entertainment Industry Foundation and the Callaway Golf Foundation, who have worked to raise awareness and funds for ovarian cancer prevention, including a $1-million donation from Callaway. Finally, check out Love as a Found Object, the blog by talented author Leah Hager Cohen, dedicated to her mother's fight with the disease.
Guest blogged by Bill Wolfrum. Send links to Bill at wkw (at) williamkwolfrum (dot) com.