Friday, November 25, 2005

New Additions to Blogroll

I have added a few new additions to the blogroll recently. Among the new links are Sara Matthewson's "Life is an Adventure." She is a fellow resident of Arivaca and Chris O'Byrne's far better half. She is also an accomplished artist. Also in the additions is "Dougout" from Grant Jones in Hawaii. He presents conservative commentary from that most liberal of states. I have been following his posts on the conflict between the University of Hawaii at Manoa and the US Navy with great interest. Finally, I have added yet another British blog. This time from Scotland. "Tub Thumper" provides coverage of issues both British and international in a thought provoking manner.

4 comments:

Chris O'Byrne said...

Hey... far better? Not even just a little better? {sigh} Okay, I admit it, she is far better than I...

michael the tubthumper said...

cheers dude. when i update your on it.

also sometimes in a 'not entirely serious manner'

but i like to keep everyone guessing when that is!

Grant Jones said...

Thanks, Otto.

John Pohl said...

Hey Tubthumber,

We went on a cruise for our Christams party at work and stayed overnight at the Hyatt Newported. While there I turned on the TV and got a program on the LOck Ness Monster and his American Cousin, Chamie. I want to vist Lock Ness. I have been as close as New Castle (Coal and Jordies), Edinboro, pipes and marchs, St. Abdrews (food, I don't golf), and some God forsaken place ouside of Edinboro, Musselboro (used to have coal under the river, now just fishing). You might have guessed by now I work with coal.

I was very disappointed that the program did not show Edergton"s underwater photo graphs that appeared in Scientific American.I saw edergton speak when I was at MIT. He has a lot of interesting potograps other than Nessie. They did show the the surgeon's picture several time, but no mention that it has been admitted to be a fruad. They said the Lock Ness Investigation bureau shut down after ten years.