Wednesday, August 02, 2006

The KGB Carnival has (finally!) arrived

Photo found at Seán Duggan's site, f/1.4

Delayed a bit but finally here, the weekly carnival is here for your amusement and delight.

From his blog, The force that through...Paul Decelles submits two posts for the Carnival. The first is a poem inspired by childhood memories of carpenter bees in Seeing the Xylocopa. In his other post, Paul comments on the row raised by a rainbow flag flown by the owner of a B&B in Mead in Another Shameful Kansas Controversy.

The Carnival this week welcomes Rand Chance, a new-to-me KGB member who writes at Late At Night. His post News From Jerusalem Channel 2 gives us a glimpse of how one Israeli network is reporting on events in northern Israel and southern Lebanon.

Over at Thoughts from Kansas, the venerable Josh Rosenau presents So come on and chickity-check yo self before you wreck yo self: Western Kansas does the dozens, a brief discussion of a debate between state Board of Education candidates representin' they bad selfs.

And finally, the equally-venerable Lyn of Bloggin' Outloud posts on a blog contest he's hosting, The Blogs of Summer.

That's it for this week. Don't forget to submit a post for next week's Carnival, and I'll see you back here--on time this time--this coming Monday. Also: if hosting the Carnival looks like your idea of a good time, let me know when you'd like to and we can get you set up.

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