Linky Love

I've decided that I have an obligation to give back to all the communities I'm currently involved with, which would include the blogosphere. Therefore, every once in a while (maybe weekly, no promises) I am going to link to posts of those on my blogroll. I love reading them. I hope everyone else does, but in case your hand never moves your mouse the left of the screen for political reasons, I thought I might just make your life easier. Here are some great posts by none other than the greatest bloggers, outside The Cotillion, of course.

As a math tutor, I more than appreciated this post by Red Guy illustrating just how far the education system in America has come, or gone. And, of course, I had to add my two cents to the post.

MacAttack. or .net or .something discusses the food pyramid in blogdom.

Blogizdat has the scoop on SCOTUS. And other great links, naturally.

The Night Writer on humane torture. Yes, you read that right. (Not sure why his title does that in the permalink, oh well.)

More SCOTUS specs by DaddyPundit, who also is Reviewer of the Week at Mind & Media. Congrats, sir!

Lisa at R Cubed answers those ridiculous statements justifying terrorists.

Captoe has William Faulkner on The Flag.

Finally, SpearShaker has the Quote of the Week... last week, but who's counting? :)

That about does that. Hope you read them. They are all well worth it.

Posted by Portia at July 12, 2005 01:03 PM

1. be careful throwing all them .com's and .net's all over the place. I'm probably gonna go and register them all if you let me!

and I'm pretty sure you made up the .something

2. the title is messed up because in the template for the web page he missed a ] or a >, so it looks like funny PHP code instead of the permalink.

Posted by: MacStansbury at July 12, 2005 02:50 PM

Ah, somethin' read!

I recommend the Faux Faulkner contest to anyone.

Posted by: Mike at July 12, 2005 05:54 PM

Thanks ye kindlee for the shout-out, ma'am.

Posted by: muzzy at July 13, 2005 10:07 PM's the least I can do for you amazing bloginators. :) ooh...I like that one...just came to me.

You all are the cryptonite to liberal superpowers (men flying in tights and capes seems quite fitting) and I feel it my civic duty to direct whatever traffic I can your way.

Posted by: Portia at July 13, 2005 11:58 PM

Kryptonite, maybe?

Posted by: MacStansbury at July 14, 2005 11:03 AM

Yes, cryptonite was always a bit morbid and creepy. :)

Posted by: Portia at July 14, 2005 01:07 PM

kinda like "The Cryptonite Keeper"....MUAHAHAHAHAH!

Posted by: Peter at July 14, 2005 01:26 PM

I'm flattered to be with such good company.
How are your book reviewing efforts going?
Last I heard you were reading economics.

Posted by: ljmcinnis at July 16, 2005 09:03 AM