12 thoughts on “Saturday Blogwhoring Thread

  1. liprap says:

    http://humidcity.com/2009/04/30/aporkalyps-now/
    I HATE the H1N1 ‘Flu A hype and hysteria! HATE IT!!!!

  2. pansypoo says:

    just the usual picture show. good ebay object today tho. gotta do more encyclopedia.

  3. spocko says:

    http://www.spockosbrain.com/2009/04/email-filters-at-proflowers-have-higher#comments
    http://www.spockosbrain.com/2009/04/is-proflowers-protorture-ksfo-hosts-tie
    These are letters to an advertiser who supports Lee Rodgers and Brian Sussman at KSFO who are clearly and proudly pro-torture.

  4. Too late – I was infected with feline-spontaneous-sunbeam-nap-flu long ago…ZZZZZZZZZZzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz…
    Elspeth

  5. I never pass up an opportunity to blogwhore. I think this is a good one:Florida Eliminates State Funding For Libraries.
    Heckuva job.

  6. MapleStreet says:

    On an NPR interview today, they make the point that the large hispanic population in the SW may be represent a problem to containing Swine flu due to a combination of their ties to Mexico, fear of the authorities, and lack of ability to pay for doctor visits.
    Well, who has led such strong crack-downs that even the legal hispanics are afraid to show up at the Doctor? Who knew the immigration debate had public health implications?
    And who knew that the healthcare reform debate had implications to us all in trying to contain a disease?

  7. The Other Sarah says:

    I’ve got a couple pieces I’m sort of proud of over at Corrente this week. (Went to El Paso last Thursday. Got home late Sunday night.)
    http://www.correntewire.com/hueco
    http://www.correntewire.com/so_last_thursday_we_saddled_three_days_ride

  8. H1N1…? Looks like licenseplate speak for Hiney! LOL! From Swine Flu to Hiney Flu…Pppppfffftttt!
    Elspeth

  9. virgotex says:

    Good one, Southern Beale. Libraries are a lifeline. Worst time to cut them off.

  10. Hoo says:

    Who knew the immigration debate had public health implications?
    And who knew that the healthcare reform debate had implications to us all in trying to contain a disease?
    ——————-
    Um … us? About 60% of the US population?

  11. pansypoo says:

    no insurance means a pandemic is more dangerous. ma get single payer after all.

  12. MapleStreet says:

    Hoo and Pansy,
    in the paper yesterday (I assume from AP), 1/2 page article about how if you don’t have sick days, you can’t stay home if you’re sick. You can’t keep your kid home from school if they are sick – as that would mean you’d have to take a day off.
    Maybe the 25% may get it eventually just out of self interest?

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