Saturday, May 02, 2009

On the Road Again

I'm off to see Dad for the weekend again so light posting. I'll leave something in the queue for tomorrow in case I don't come home tomorrow night and here's some quick links to keep you entertained for today.

Condi is finding life outside the White House bubble isn't so easy. Is it too much to hope that she confessed to a crime?

This is probably the funniest story of the week. This guy Neal Horsley plans to run for governor of Georgia. He runs a website that targets doctors who perform abortions that not so subtly encourages people to kill the physicians. He's also publicly admitted to having sex with mules. And if that doesn't convince you he's the right man for the job, he says he would kill his own son if that's what it took to have Georgia secede from the Union.

Here's more of the much touted civility of the far right. Twitter is going to kill these guys.

On a brighter note, my friend Jules Siegel was interviewed for this ex-pat website. Nice photo of him and an interesting site that's just getting started.

Photoshop of the week at watertiger's place and a link to a whole gallery of other shots. I think the one she chose is the best one.

And not sure if this is true, but our favorite marsupial, skippy is Mr. Fog in this commercial. Apparently it's good if it gets lots on hits on the website so click over even if you've seen it.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Before you get too far down this road of attacking Red State for their supposed incivility, I don't suppose it would occur to you to look at the many news stories out within the last 48 hours about the serious hacking issues that have been happening @ Twitter?

12:18:00 PM  
Blogger danps said...

Anon, still no word from Erik on the vicious slander done in his name via the hijacked Twitter account. (Libby, I read Red State so you don't have too. By the way, "Red State" sounds like a description of the electoral map in a few more cycles - which will be the last one? Texas? South Carolina?)

As for Condi, doesn't it speak poorly of the DC press that a college kid subjected her to more intense questioning in one afternoon than they did for eight years?

2:15:00 PM  
Blogger Cosa Nostradamus said...

Bona tripa! (Esperanto. Comes in handy at those border crossings.).

5:59:00 PM  
Blogger Libby Spencer said...

Anon, I was simply linking to the twitter capture. I don't tweet myself so I actually had no idea hacking is a problem.

Dan, bless you for reading Redstate. I can't bring myself to do it often.

Cosa, LOL. Nice to come home to something to laugh about.

11:09:00 AM  

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