Tuesday, June 14, 2011

NetActive 14 June 2011

With just 17 months to go before the US Presidential election, none of the emerging Republican candidates impress me more than Michele Bachmann. I kinda like "the businessman" Herman Cain. Everybody else favors Mitt Romney, but I can't imagine him defeating Barack Obama. And we still aren't exactly sure what Sarah Palin will do. Out with you, damned Newt! The great thing about a democracy is that you can have a pack of candidates like this to pick and choose from. We just have to wait and see where it all goes.

Marcus and the Amazons: Links! Links! Links! - Caribbean Today Cheap Lit Sample Caribbean Life News Giving thanks for all the links (especially in the blog rolls--every little bit help*s...

The GoodYear Blimp burns and crashes...

When a tour bus operator found he had more passengers than seats, he put six people in the luggage compartment with mattresses and pillows.


Puerto Rican ladyblogger YuYu was dissed in D.C. and fired back by dropping an internet bomb.

The Electric's "Toot Toot" is HUCK Magazine's Video of the week! Electric Fans note: Pugz Aromz is on tumblr.

I ran across a really neat art blog today: In Stillness - Artworks by Rebecca Ladds... when I look at blogs like this one, I get inspired... my brain gets stimulated! Great art = great thinking!

Of interest to upstate NY readers ::: It was just a year ago that John Mulrooney joined Cumulus rocker WPDH (101.5 Poughkeepsie) as part of the "Coop & Mulrooney Show," but now the station says "the time is right to move on from having a four-person show," leaving Mark Cooper and sidekicks Kricket and Deuce in place - and Mulrooney as the odd man out. Mulrooney was probably better known to Albany listeners for his long stint as part of the "Wolf and Mulrooney" morning show on PYX-106. Also via fybush, of interest to NYC readers: He's best known for his big hit "Someday, Someway," but now Marshall Crenshaw is trying his hand at radio. Crenshaw will join the staff of WFUV (90.7) beginning next Saturday for a one-hour weekly show called "The Bottomless Pit," which will air at 10 PM, following Vin Scelsa's venerable "Idiot's Delight."
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