The Big Show
[The Podcast Outlaws Network] (Recommended by PodcastOutlaws.com member, Aaron)Show 7 of The Big Show is on the pod. Check out this episode for stories about my father in law's coffee (t d f) addiction, my loathing of CompUSA (t d f), the most unbelieveable 911 (t d f) call ever, Oprah (t d f) has got to go, and 2 great Garageband (t d f) songs. (Podcast Website)(XML Feed)(MP3 Download)
[Globeofblogs.com] Globe of Blogs ::: Browse by Weblog Topic ::: Arts and ...: News and information from the world of jazz, smooth jazz and electronic music, including updates about music festivals, new and upcoming cd releases, tour and concert schedules.
[Andymatic.com] Andymatic - Chicago blogger, Gay podcast, liberal blog » Blog ...: Technically not aimed at kids-but who do they think they’re kidding?-B & B are two typical self-loathing homosexuals. Which still means they are very, very gay.
[Andymatic.com] Andymatic - Chicago blogger, Gay podcast, liberal blog » 2001 ...: I was realizing this morning the number of projects I’ve got spinning around right now. A website for an actress, one for a non-profit, a nightclub I’m creative consulting for, my adult website stuff, my plays in March, my play in July, a weblog - not to mention a day job, a social life and a fitness regimen. Mom and dad suggested I schedule a week-long retreat after Antigone closes. I want to go to Prague.
[Blogfootball.com] Steve @ Service: bugs for supper again: Guardian: Bob Clay Agent for Reg Keys: "Some of the most rotten aspects of New Labour are embedded in the Sedgefield Labour party. Reg Key's vote was significant in its own right, but the stance on the doorstep that people were voting for Labour but not for Blair was widespread. The campaign merits detailed analysis. Many people dared not display window posters for Reg Keys for fear of losing their jobs, while it was almost impossible to acquire suitable committee rooms, despite an abundance of empty property, and printers declined election work, despite having the capacity.
[Jackpinesavage.blogspot.com] Curly Tales of War Pigs: Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform and a conservative strategist with close ties to the White House, on Monday said Pawlenty's cigarette proposal "is a tax increase," and national Republicans are looking for potential standard bearers who oppose tax increases.Hmm, perhaps American conservatives are looking for someone who might not be taken down with Jack Abramoff to tell them who to vote for. That cigarette tax may come back to haunt him while bartering in prison.
Posted at May 29, 2005 06:57 AM
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