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October 19, 2005


A fantastic first post, but I always thought you should name your site

Thank you, Douglas. Please visit again.

Congrats!I think the title Periodic Table was quite appropriate because I have memories of you spending long hours over them and accidents can also be periodic.

Don't listen to Biga's blather, keep the Periodic Table idea.

Congratulations, Mummy. I'm looking forward to reading your blog and also to (mostly) Bush-free phone conversations as a result of it.

Welcome to the Blogosphere!

the recounting of the conversation concerning the blogname between me and mummy is wrong. i never offered such an analysis of periodic table (i just thought it sounded dumb). i advocated for the blogname. go mom.

This is excellent. Karl Rove will never know what hit him. Meanwhile, I resent the fact that the president calls his top henchman "Turd Blossom." As anybody who attended Lincoln Junior High School in Carbondale, Illinois, knows, that's MY nickname. Por favor, eh?

Congrats, this is promising. I look forward to exploring this space.

Congrats on your new blog! I want to thank Brian Leiter for letting us know about it, and I look forward to your perspective.

Despite the lack of commentary on my part, I have been reading your blog for several days now and am really enjoying your thoughts and perspectives. Your writing is excellent and congrats on starting your own blog! Although I like the name “accidentalblogger”, I really liked one of your reader’s suggestions of “”.

I am finally writing today because I thought of you while watching Jon Stewart yesterday. In case you haven't already heard this one it is really funny...

Stewart: You know the drumbeat of criticism leveled at President Bush for his handling of Iraq? Well it's taken its toll. And Monday in Philadelphia following his speech at the World Affairs Council, Bush found himself forced to turn to desperate measures.
Bush in Philadelphia: I got a little extra time on my hands, so I thought I might answer some questions.
Woman asking question: Mr. President, I would like to know why it is that you and others in your administration keep linking 9/11 to the invasion of Iraq when no respected journalist or Middle Eastern expert confirms that such a link existed?
Bush: What did she say? I missed the question. Sorry. I didn't— I beg your pardon. I didn't hear you, seriously.
Stewart [imitating robot]: Beep, beep. Does not compute. Beep, beep, beep.

Hey Sangeeta,
Thanks for breaking the silence at last. I am glad that you are enjoying your visits here. With a president like Bush in charge, it is not hard to blog.

Yes, is pretty funny. That was one of my ex co-bloggers making the suggestion under an assumed name!

Thanks for the Jon Stewart bit. The comedians are having a ball with Bush's shameless shenanigans. But real harm is being done even while we laugh.

Henry Stern:

I let your first two comments stand even when they made little sense and had nothing to do with the post above. However, it is now clear after your last irrelevant outburst that you are using this site to rant and promote your third rate writing and views about issues that are of no particular interest to our readers. In other words, you are a spammer. I am now going to delete all your comments.

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