Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Around The Blogosphere 22 October 08

Steve Adubato blogs "Those who think she's not qualified to be Vice President or President are likely not to change their minds about her, because of her "work" on Saturday Night Live. But Sarah Palin is now firmly in place as an American celebrity. She's got "It", whatever that exactly is."

Today's faves: Cuban Travel, Conspiracy Theories, and Sexism

From Kuwait, Ginaview writes about how different guys react when they are rejected by women. Her advice: "...be smart and remember if he is of anything he’d be taken by now..."


Miss Info: In her post entitled The BET Hip Hop Awards….where fashion goes to die? Min quips: "I tried to adjust the color-balance on my computer screen….but T-Pain still looked nuclear. Those butter-bling teeth…need a rawhide chew toy. And yes, I’m going to continue to ignore Soulja Boy’s horrifying wrist signals the same way I never acknowledged Cam’s earring situation. I have that will to survive."

Adult Swim has posted a free album called African Swim. It spotlights South Africa's best hip-hop artists and is downloadable now with video.

John Hogue emailed me he's finally written and produced that long awaited book on Nostradamus' Antichrist (Mabus) prophecies: NOSTRADAMUS and the Antichrist, Code Named MABUS

John contacted me as a result of a comment I left on his website:

On Sep 9, 2002, at 6:12 PM, davelucas wrote:

> Hello.... I have just visited your site and very intrigued by MABUS... as I brushed across the pages I found your reference to the successor to the POPE as peacemaker.... ARE YOU SURE?
> Check this out: Vatican says no Iraq attack without UN approval...
>
> that story appeared AND DISAPPEARED today on drudgreport.com
> is that a coincidence or what?
> Locally we have a guy named SCOTT RITTER who is trying to thwart any first strike against IRAQ...
> I Think the real MABUS is yet to be revealed...
> put this POPE thing is interesting...
> Your thoughts, please.
> Dave

A little comment goes a long way :)


Got another email from Scott Schachter:
Hi Dave,
I really like your blog.

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via Global Voices: Some may tend to consider piracy something related to copying copyrighted media or perhaps a long-gone lifestyle to be celebrated in "Talk Like a Pirate day". In some countries, however, piracy and protection out on sea is a serious and current matter. On today's videos, the World Food Program hires bodyguards to look over their cargo ships as they sail to Somalia to deliver food, and vloggers from Korea and United Arab Emirates speak about piracy in the modern day world. [Read the Complete Post]

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