What a week! And we have not yet gotten to Paul Manafort flipping on the Russian Usurper! We've covered the waterfront from Hurricane Florence to Bob Woodward's "Fear" and with stops all along the way for laughs and deep analysis without mentioning the dreaded phrase both sides, thanks to the work of 28 or so mostly independent bloggers showing us the best of the liberal web. That's a wrap for me, I hope we meet again over morning coffee soon!
Greg Fallis read the Freepers to see what they had to say about Manafort flipping; it takes a while. Heh.
Crazy Eddie remembers Dubya's economic crash from ten years ago.
Tech Crunch warns us that the mango-hued s*** gibbon has our numbers written on the back of his hand.
Bonus Track: The CIA, previously known as the Office of Strategic Services, declassified a document from the original resistance (World War 2): The Simple Sabotage Field Manual. I'm not saying we will need it, but I am saying I downloaded it, just in case.
Round-up by Tengrain who blogs at Mock, Paper, Scissors. You can follow Tengrain on the Twitters, too. Send tips, requests, and suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org (with For MBRU in the subject line).