Blogroll Updates

I’ve been remiss in updating my blogroll.  Why?  Because I’m good at exercising my Curmudgeonly right to go “off grid” at random intervals for no reason.  But I decided to get with the program because most of the folks that linked to me have excellent and entertaining blogs.  I encourage my multitudinous seven readers to check them out.

In no particular order I present…

An Alaskan pilot, restoring her 1941 Taylorcraft at On a Wing And A Whim.  We both have 1941 machinery but mine is a decrepit tractor and her’s flies.  Obviously she’s cooler than me.

Random Acts Of Patriotism is a libertarian from Maine who keeps the debt clock linked to his front page.  As a man who gave out 100 Trillion Zimbabwe dollars last year at Christmas I like anyone who watches the debt.

Rattail Bastard seems to have gone off grid for a few weeks.  Always a wise move.

Dead Man Dance, Jigsaw’s Thoughts, and Low Dog on the Totem Pole snuck me onto their sidebars but my super secret NSA abilities found out.

Bells A Ringing inexplicably claimed that one of my posts had “wit”.  Clearly I’ve been mistaken for someone else.

Wilsonblog recently posted a link relating to a fish that could eat Cincinnati…but he seems armed enough to handle any piscatorial threat smaller than Moby Dick.

My pontification on manliness got favorable mention several places.  Old Glory First and Nine Pound Sledge didn’t get put on my blogroll when the others did.  Thanks for the vote of confidence.

I really should keep up with these things.  It’s nice to know someone out there is reading my blather and I’m not just pissing into the wind (not that it would stop me).  Thanks to everyone who linked.  If I rudely (but inadvertently!) ignored someone, drop me a line and I’ll rectify the situation.

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0 Responses to Blogroll Updates

  1. Thanks for the addition AC.
    Yep, I’ve been idle (as is my way), but both of my readers have asked for another post. So now it’s three, so I’ll hafta get to it…

  2. Hey, I don’t knock tractors. My ’41 may fly, but yours takes a beating in spring and fall, and keeps on turnin’ over. I’ve never been one of the cool kids – always aimed for a spot closer to the fire.

  3. julie says:

    Thanks for the mention 🙂 I enjoy reading your blog, hope you feel the same about mine.

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