Paris, tea parties, and tires: Friends’ posts roundup
I have frequently referred to “friends I haven’t met yet” but after blogging for a few years you get to meet face-to-face a lot of bloggers.
Here’s a roundup of friends’ posts,
Jim has A Tale of Five Tires
James posts about blue jeans. In the course of the post I found out he owns a tux. Very impressive.
I’m of two minds about blue jeans. I only wear blue jeans if I know I’m not going out. I believe the only time recently that I wore blue jeans to go out was to tango lesson a couple of weeks ago, and I’d rather tango wearing skirts anyway.
Jane makes a point about parenting. Leave the kids at home when shopping, please.
Scott parodies life itself: Obama Requires Tea Parties to Use Govt.-Funded Leaf
Speaking of Tea Parties, Pamela was there.
Rick has the FAQ on the tea parties.
Val’s posting about Obama, Cuba and the OAS
Cindy has Another “I Told You So” Moment
Moe posts on Spainmas Interruptus, i.e.,
Spanish prosecutors will recommend against opening an investigation into whether six Bush administration officials sanctioned torture against terror suspects at Guantanamo Bay.
Moe talked about that on Tuesday’s podcast.
TigerHawk’s in Paris.
Neo-neocon looks at signs of the times.
Mary has a great suggestion from a merchant marine captain.
Obi’s sister took photos in Atlanta.
Dan plans ahead.