SUNDAY MORNING TV OBSERVATION
This morning, while watching either Meet The Press or Ebert and that other guy, I saw the ad for Zoloft. Yeah, Zoloft, the anti-depressant and panic-attack suppressor. In the ad there is a cartoon-like egg-looking sort of character, the mood of which should impress upon viewers that this is a good mood psychotropic drug for them to take. Or, better put, for them to ask for their doctors to prescribe for them.
Little Blog Blurbs
Reading blogs is a pastime, sometimes an addictive one. There are all sorts of blogs -- some newsy, some very personal, some exclusively devoted to a single topic, some very political, some just there as though a personal diary on line - - - all types.
Some bloggers post what seems like nothing more than mini blurbs, with links to the stories that have caught their eye. Some do much the same, while also adding comments or observation.
At times I am envious of those capable of posting the short little blurb-length blogs.
A variety of observations, readings, measurements and analysis of activities in the Blogosphere.
GOP TACTICS: INFERENCE, INTIMIDATION, AND LIES
Dubya's people are so pleased with the reaction to their lies over the WMDs that they've decided to continue down this path.
HOLY DEFINITIVE SUPER PRIMARY, BATMAN!
Some people read the New York Times. Others look to the Washington Post. For yet others, there is CNN, and the online news presence of ABC, NBC, CBS, and even that Right-Wing Reactionary machine known as FOX news. They distort, we be snide.
In the mornings I watch the Today Show for about ten or twenty minutes, usually enough time to see the National News report and the five minute minicast that precedes it.