Too nice to stay indoors blogging today, but if you're having crummy weather, here's some links for a Sunday afternoon.
First of all, I don't know how I missed this, but my friend Repsac3 has a blog, Wingnuts and Moonbats
that isn't on my blogroll. Go over and say hi. He's got an interesting exchange with Breibart at the top right now and of course, I'll be adding him to the roll.
Meanwhile I see my former stalker and professional wingnut troll, the donald douglas, is still haunting the internets and spewing his idiotic vitriol
around the intertubes. My advice, as always, to my buddy Octopus at Swashzone is ignore and delete the jerk, but to each his own.
This is why I get a little irritated with the near constant criticism of Obama. I know the guy is not perfect, but for crying out loud, this is why I
voted for him. Perceptions of US leadership improved significantly
from 08 to 09. That's a change, isn't it? One I think is really important to our national security.
This PSA isn't moving like the last one I posted, but seems very useful. A different kind of CPR
. Easier than the traditional version.
You know I love streaming webcams. This one is charming me lately. Hunmmingbird nest, complete with baby bird
This gallery is amazing. Via Avedon
whom I've sadly neglected for far too long, an astounding minature world
. The detail is stunning.
I haven't watched these yet, but they're getting rave reviews. Greg Mitchell's History of Rock and Roll
. Some may remember that Greg is the former editor of Crawdaddy, so he knows what he's talking about.
This was so spooky. Previously unpublished photos of the Beatles
taken in the 1960s and forgotten in a drawer. One shot is eerily prescient.
And as a lifelong Tolkien fan, this makes me happy. There's links here to a trailer and an hour long video prequel to Lord of the Rings
. Born of Hope. Interesting back story too.
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