So apparently since Obama was elected there isn’t a reason to blog here anymore. Maybe someday we’ll all be back. There’s some stuff over here though.
The blogroll over on the right of this site is still powered by my ancient (well, in Internet time) Bloglines subscription list. It worked pretty well for a while but ever since I moved my feed reading over to Google Reader it’s been static. Sorry to all those quality writers out there who haven’t gotten [...]
We’re back baby!! After an extended holiday hiatus, we’ve decided that teeming masses of SkaroffBlog readers must be satiated with their (semi)daily dispatch of piss and vinegar. Yes, the last month has probably been hard for you dear reader, but despair not, as we have resumed our regular program, already in progress… So quickly, some [...]
Suh-weet. Brian Maloney, who proudly claims he was “compared to Rush Limbaugh in Time Magazine,” called me a “lefty moonbat” along with Huffington, Jarvis, and the BBC in regards to Saturday night’s Rehnquist post. Nice. I love the Internets.
This one is simply too funny to not post. Right Wing News (via PrestoPundit, via PSoTD) surveyed the right Blogostan and asked them who their “Favorite People On The Right” were. Results: 2) George W. Bush (23) 1) Michelle Malkin (24) Ahh George. Just can’t catch a break. LINK Oh, and Dan Savage is guest [...]
Last night‘s Daily Show featured the always interesting John Hockenberry, long time NPR correspondent and Dateline reporter who now writes for Wired magazine. He’s written an enlightening and disturbing article for this month’s Wired entitled The Blogs of War: The snapshots of Iraqi prisoners being abused at Abu Ghraib were taken by soldiers and shared [...]
I launched this site on March 18, 2005. Ostensibly to finally use the domain name I’d been paying for for years and to raise my name recognition on Google and on the web in general. But as I stumbled along, changing the site design, adding comments and trackbacks, moving from Blogger to WordPress, and learning [...]
Courtesy of Adam Kalsey’s Button Maker, I’ve finally got some of those cool little 80×15 buttons that you’ve all been clamoring for. Just grab ‘em and throw them up on your own site.
My post on the Bill of Rights and education has been picked up by AOL’s BlogZone in a collection of flag-burning amendment articles and the hits and the confused comments are pouring in. I’m sandwiched between links to DailyKos and Michelle Malkin. Pretty neat.
I’m currently in the car on my way to Bonnaroo. I may or may not try and post from my phone again over the course of the weekend so things will most likely be quiet here for a few days. Have a great weekend.