Saturday, July 25, 2009

Weekly Blog Roundup 7-25-09

From lots of great pictures from the Global Wildlife Center at Thanks, Katrina to talk about blue dogs and puppy dogs at And So it Goes in Shreveport, the Louisiana blogosphere has been active this week.
“Political correctness is a doctrine, fostered by a delusional, illogical minority, and rabidly promoted by an unscrupulous mainstream media, which holds forth the proposition that it is entirely possible to pick up a turd by the clean end.”
That’s from Alex at Alex Cenla’s Rants & Ravings. He also has some great pictures of Alexandria back in the day.
Joshua Delano at Bayou Perspective is blogging about Bobby Jindal’s latest effort to establish his niche as a frontrunner. FYI, Jindal will be on CBS Face the Nation tomorrow.
Darrell at My God’s Been Good is helping all of us to keep our feet on the ground and realize what is really important in life.
Todd is trying to insinuate, in a very meek manner, that his wife should have removed the wallet from his pants before washing. Todd may be doing some washing himself if he isn’t careful.
Louisiana has some great blogs. Take time to read them, you'll find them worthwhile.
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  1. You are too kind. I wish I had thought of the roundup blog report first.
    I have a lot of good friends in Shreveport-Bossier and I include you in the batch..Thanks for the mention!

  2. Alex, it's always a pleasure to link your 'rants and ravings', although I have to say you don't rant and rave nearly so much as some of your fellow Cenla bloggers - but I enjoy them all!

  3. Jim, thanks for the mention. I couldn't help but laugh when I got to the end of the Political correctness quote. How true. Hope Todd stays out of the dog house.


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