Dizzy’s Ten Post Round-Up

ImageChef.com - Custom comment codes for MySpace, Hi5, Friendster and more It’s almost the weekend, so before you go bask in the sun, bask in today’s Ten Post Round-Up:

1: Something to look forward to? Collection calls from New Delhi…

Another growing industry being outsourced to IndiaBrilliant at Breakfast

2: Sign of the times: Less lattes and Lasik…

And the Latte Indicator Says…Economy ScrewedThe Huffington Post

3: There comes a time where you have to decide to take care of business for yourself…

The Pansification of Our WorldIdentity Check

4: Someone came up with a gadget to drive kids crazy and keep them from hanging around…

Getting Rid Of KidsThe J-Walk Blog

5: Will the third time be the charm for an actual conviction?…

Six Suspects Will Be Tried a Third Time in Sears PlotNew York Times

6: Some people are speculating that “franken-foods” seem a lot less scary with a food shortage looming…

Some Good News from the Food Crisis?Reason Magazine

7: Captain Obvious strikes again!….

“The US is the common denominator” in the increase of terrorism around the world – Think TankSigns of the Times

8: Bringing low ratings wherever he goes…

Bush cameo sinks ‘Deal or No Deal.’»Think Progress

9: Even with permission, government does not want citizens to view the fallen…

What the Family Would Let You See, the Pentagon Obstructstruthout

10: Another scandal in the Bush administration…

Stephen Johnson, The Environment’s Alberto Gonzales»Wonk Room

269 días al final de un error…

(I like my morning cuppa with a little hypocrisy chaser)

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About Dizzy Dezzi

Feisty, 30-something, mother of three, wife to Iraq Vet (currently performing Deployment 3.0), home-school mom for 10+ years, and small business owner. Politically, I lean a little liberal, but a lot Libertarian. I may not always say what's on my mind, but when I do have something to say, you can't shut me the heck up...
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One Response to Dizzy’s Ten Post Round-Up

  1. Janis says:

    I like and agree with most of the sentiments in #3, but I have to admit, I was sitting there going, “CAN WE CALL IT SOMETHING ELSE?” the whole time.

    I know the author specified she wasn’t trying to be anti-gay by using the term, but … well, it’s an anti-gay slur. You sort of can’t be pro-gay and use it. 🙁

    It’s a good article, though — it is important to be able to defend yourself as well as you can, and more important to believe that you are worth defending.