Sunday, July 01, 2007

Time for some linky-love

I've been over at Tole's place ripping up linoleum and putting down tiles, so I'm just a wee bit exhausted.

I have received a great many requests for permission to reprint my post on Immigration Reform -- folks, as long as you attribute my work to me, please feel free to repost my stuff where-ever you feel necessary -- or mail it to whom-ever (coughSenatorscough) you think necessary.

Now, since I hate to leave my Gentle Readers with nothing to read, I hereby present you with some new authors to peruse:

http://areatracenosearch.blogspot.com/

This is a Peace Officer blog from the far side of the pond. Accents may change, but the work and the critters don't.

http://tractortracks.blogspot.com/

Farmgirl is a south Colorado ranchers daughter and flag person for D.O.T. with a direct world-view and an easy way with words.

http://forgingironman.blogspot.com/

Cancer survivor, nerd, martial artist. What more could you want?

http://oldnfo.blogspot.com/

Retired squid and all around good writer.

http://crankyprof.blogspot.com/

The chronicles of a pregnant English professor. Not for the faint-of-heart, but definitely worth the read.

http://blacktygrrrr.wordpress.com/

The Tygrrr Express: because -- despite what the proponents of the Fairness In Media law think -- you can never have enough conservative bloggers.

Enjoy!

LawDog

8 comments:

farmgirl said...

I'm honored, thank you.

Old NFO said...

Thanks LD- I appreciate the comment :-) I'll even let you get away with calling me Squid!

CrankyProf said...

Oh, thanks for the link!

The Duck said...

Thanks just getting cranked up, but unless I tell people I'm out here, not sure many will find me in the cyber world.
http://mad-duck-training.blogspot.com/

eric said...

Thank you so much for the kind words regarding my blog. It genuinely means a lot. Much success to you, and your graciousness is appreciated.

eric :)

Anonymous said...

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/04/29/AR2007042900133.html?hpid=topnews

ZUG, Switzerland -- Evening rush hour at the train station: men in suits, a woman carrying a cello, kids lugging snowboards. Markus Marschall, a university engineering student, walked through the bustle wearing an orange T-shirt, leather jacket and aviator sunglasses -- and a Sturmgewehr 90 automatic assault rifle slung over his shoulder.

"It's perfectly normal," said Marschall, 25

Scott said...

Ah, I was wondering why my hits suddenly quadrupled! Thanks for the link!

Area Trace No Search said...

Just wanted to say thanks for the link - I've had a couple of people come over from your blog!

Cheers