August 16, 2004

BOTV 1968

Feelin' Groovy. Not. The fargin' scanner karked part way through a cigar box 'o gen-u-wine 1968's buttons. I broke out the digital camera and shot them with varying degrees of success. Not quite a bonfire, more of a mixed cultural bag , much like the submissions.

King of Fools is having a really bad day involving Babies and bodily fluids.

Meanwhile Josh Cohen is all about Madden NFL 2005.

Andrew Ian Dodge has a solution to feeding wedding guests!

Sneakeasy asks Where Were You? and his alter ego The Cycling Dude channels Will Rogers.

Lair advises when chivalry kicks in or the knife comes out in Short Changed in Sacramento.

Brian shares a traumatic experience from his youth: fear of Hurricane David. In Milwaukee.

Kevin explains why some women can never be too rich, too thin or too greedy.

Spirit Fingers begs For the love of God, woman put those things away.

Mog meets her dream guy. Not.

Do we detect a meme forming? Mad Anthony fisks a guy complaining about giant armpits.

Nikita Demosthenes lists 10 Ways the Liberation of Iraq Supports the War on Terror. One assumes they're on our side.

John Beck tries, unsuccessfully, to keep profanity to a minimum in spite of Iranian provocation.

Susie of Practical Penumbra tosses a Viking Kitty our way as she bolts for work. Thanks. I think.

Sean at The American Mind posting about an Alan Keyes' napkin for sale may not have been the most hygenic idea he ever had.

Lastly, Foolsblog gets corny and offers a couple of buttons popular on campus for those who think politics is nastier than in the past. Yes, I was a liberal once in a galaxy far, far away.

Thanks for participating in my maiden Carnival effort. Next week's Bonfire will be warming up the cockles of Aaron's heart at Rantblog

Posted by feste at August 16, 2004 09:38 PM | TrackBack


Well done!

I love the buttons. :-)

Posted by: Kiril at August 17, 2004 01:05 AM
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