Saturday, April 23, 2005

The Liberal Avenger and Steve Gilliard

Couldn't get to sleep, so I decided to make some changes to the blog I'd been wanting to make for a while. I've now separated the sites that I link to that are too big-time to link back from the sites that also link back here. And upon my return I saw a need to add one more of each - The Liberal Avenger and Steve Gilliard's Iraq blog.

The Liberal Avenger is actually the Liberal Anti-War Avenger; we have a lot of jumping-off points for some quality debate and discussion, so hopefully we can both find some time to spew a little drivel in one another's direction. Steve Gilliard has a blog devoted largely to Iraq war news, and I've seen several folks directing readers to this blog over the past few weeks, most recently the Liberal Avenger, so I decided to add it tonight.

Other changes - the Description and Profile sidebars are gone - there was no information in them anyway. I still hope to add a poll and possibly a daily photo sidebar, but that will have to wait for some other sleepless night. Right now I'm going to make another attempt to storm the gates of dreamland.

G'night.

1 comment:

Eric said...

That article was great, man. I became a Hunter S. Thompson fan back in 8th grade, 4 years ago, after watching Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, and immediately purchasing the book... Now i've ready almost all the gonzo papers, and am nearly half way through Fear and Loathing on the Campaign Trail. Hells Angels is next on my list...

So I fully understand what you mean... the feeling of resentment, that, perhaps I was born in the wrong decade - I would have gotten along very well back in that great time Hunter described... but I hope, with every fiber of my being, that the tide does indeed turn so that we can kick these bastards down for good...

Still - we are right, man. We are still RIGHT and they are very very wrong. This is why we shall prevail.

i'm the guy from the free thinkers hideout btw. You're really an inspiring writer, and your blog is one of my favorites. I look forward to reading your work. :)