I’m beginning to believe there’s something to the whole “winter blues” thing. It’s not that I want it to be the middle of summer or anything that drastic, but I surely could use four or five days of bright sunshine and temperatures in the high 60s. Instead, walked through plumes of my own breath this morning on the way to the car because it was 30 degrees outside. And overcast. Always, always overcast.
At least I’m not living up in Lileks-land, where winter never really leaves, so that’s a plus. Even so, it’s long past time Spring stopped being an occasional visitor.
And now, links!
- Arianna Huffington is a fickle and ungrateful jerk who should be ashamed of herself for how she let her “friend” Andrew Breitbart hang out to dry on her own web site. In a related story, Moe Lane explains to Huffington the difference between ad hominem and a direct insult.
- When a Weiner waves a Waiver, is he a Wee Wiener Waiver Waver? More seriously, how good can Obamacare be if one of its most ardent supporters wants to get all of New York City out from underneath it?
- Of course the nice old lady didn’t want to argue; it wasn’t her future she was spending away.
- It’s a War: The non-profit group Media Matter for America has openly declared war on Fox News. This will not end well for the non-profit group. Did I mention that Media Matters is a non-profit group? Yeah.
- Troglopundit finally made the million hit mark and has some very good advice earned from the experience.
- It’s time for This Week in Blogs! The Shack isn’t featured this week, but I hold out hope for next week!
- If you don’t listen to the Malcolm & Melissa podcast every week, you’re missing out on a pretty good hour of news commentary and delightful back and forth between two of the best people I know.
- Both Andrew Lawton and Wendy Sullivan are looking for co-hosts for the podcasts. I like Strictly Right and Brass Balls Radio quite a lot and if I wasn’t looking to do more work with The Delivery, I’d be interested in either slot. If you think you have radio chops, send in a sample. You could be the next podcasting star!