Sunday, July 15, 2007
Who'd A Thunk It?
John at Left In Aboite tagged me with a thinking blogger award, which I can't figure out, since most of the time I think people must think I have a large collection of tinfoil hats. But it's nice that I can stir up the grey matter, even when I can't figure out away to end a post.
We all try to make a difference, to get a point across that might get lost in the corporate media onslaught, so for me to have to pick five bloggers that make me think makes me think I have my work cut out for me, since they all make me think.(And since John has already tagged Peacechick Mary, it's going to be even more difficult, but here it goes:
Born At The Crest Of The Empire-Mike has it going on, if you haven't stopped by, you really should because he is on top of things, with the best news and pictures I have ever seen. I stop by several times a day to see if there's anything new, or just to see Mike's response to my comments.
reality-based educator_ I only discovered this a couple of weeks ago, but like Mike, he's got it going on. His posts are longer, but they will make you think.
Left In East Dakota-Everybody loves Graeme (except maybe beakerkin or sonia belle); you should too. Graeme often offers a historical perspective that inevitably has me running to Wikipedia to read more.
Fuzzy And Blue--Political Musings by a Proud Democrat-I often feel Tina is like a kindred spirit, linking together a story that points my mind in a the right (or left) direction.
The final spot is difficult. I'd like to give it to Neil Shakespeare (He's back you know), but I know he doesn't go in much for memes. The same for Pissed-Off Patricia. Snave is good at making me think, as is Sumo, as well as a dozen more blogs that I lose everytime Firefox eats my bookmarks (that's why I haven't been to see y'all).So I just spun a whell and ended up with-
Kvatch-That's right, nobody out snarks the master! Our Kommander already has one of these; here's hoping he gets fifty more!
(Sorry, Ron, not this time, if you know what I mean)
The rules as follows:
1. If, and only if, you get tagged, write a post with links to 5 blogs that make you think.
2. Link to this post so that people can easily find the exact origin of the meme.
3. Optional: Proudly display the ‘Thinking Blogger Award’ with a link to the pos
t that you wrote.