Monday, August 07, 2006

The KGB weekly Carnival spins the hits!

What with another stretch of 100-degree days facing the Sunflower State these next few days, what better activities could there be than making up in our minds the music for something called "The Ice Cream Song" . . . and read this week's installment of the Kansas Guild of Bloggers' weekly Carnival?

So let's get on with things, shall we?

Once again, I received only a few submissions. Not complaining, mind, just noting so as to let you know that I post everything I receive and, this week, just didn't receive many. Let's see if we can't remedy that for next week's Carnival.

Quality, though, often makes up for what might be lacking in quantity, and I think you'll find that to be true of this week's selections.

j.d. of evolution surveys the recent results of the primaries here in Kansas--in particular the Board of Education races--and is mostly pleased with what he sees in next step 2006: primary aftermath.

Over at Spiritual Journey - BitterSweetLife, Ariel recently found himself channelling Jonah in God's Grace Beat-Down.

Finally, Paul Decelles examines the prevalence of End-times thinking among American citizens and the potential danger that such thinking might manifest itself in law-making and policy in The Big Quote Flap and Armageddon, posted at his blog, The force that through....

Good stuff. But don't you people ever, you know, eat ice cream or run through sprinklers or go on vacations? This is the summer (what's left of it), after all. But still and all, whatever is on your mind, I hope you'll share it with us here. Just send it in by Sunday night for inclusion in next week's Carnival.

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1 comment:

Paul Decelles said...

Actually getting set to do at least one of the things you suggested..maybe several.