"the only people for me are the mad ones, the ones who are mad to live, mad to talk, mad to be saved, desirous of everything at the same time..." -- Kerouac

Monday, November 07, 2005

ok so...

Check out the comments on my previous post and go to those places too. Check out the Jewish blog Brett recommends. Let's let the blogoshpere teach us, as it apparently wants to.
If anybody esle has any specialty blogs worth noting, please post them as comments.


At 5:38 PM, Anonymous Joe Pandolfo (apprentice) said...


My student status story for last week & this week:

Was very bummed to miss the debateblog class last week. Did no posting either, being on assignment in NYC most of the week, hosting an audit by the NY Dept of Health...(about on par with having sharp objects thrust under the fingernails; although by night, the Iridium jazz club was a good balm).

I'm trying to do some catch-up posts for last week before moving on to this week's assignment.

Which brings me to this week's story. I'm DOUBLY bummed to have to also miss this week's class (Religious blogs? At the Wood n' Tap? THIS is the true academy!)

The saving grace is that this week's truancy is for a traditional autumnal outer Cape beachwalking nightstalking vacation with Elaine (wife and Special Ed teacher, who plans fall school-vaca weekends way in advance).

So, I will post as diligently as possible until joining you all agian next week; and especially try to continue visiting /commenting on classmate blogs as I go.

Tally ho.

- Joe

At 7:37 PM, Blogger coturnix said...

Check out Mickey McLean.

At 8:42 PM, Blogger Mattyd said...

Here are a couple links worth looking at: This one is just funny as hell. Not a lot here to promote discussion, but laughter is its own reward. Not terrific in terms of writing skill, but this guy is passionate, and I find it remarkable how many times he can post on essentially the same subject, yet approach it from a different angle each time.

At 3:54 AM, Blogger Holly said...

Here's an interesting site:

I once attended two lectures at the American University of Beirut's Archeological Museum. The first one was by John Michell about Jerusalem: "City of Revelation." He has this whole theory about the way the ancient city was situated along a certain axis and how it all tied into the day of revelation. His ideas might be way out there, but the man's a genius. Fascinating stuff.

The second lecture, several weeks later was called "Archeology and the Bible." If memory serves me right, it was given by archaeologist and museum director, Leila Badre. The jist of the lecture was that there exists no archaeological evidence of occurrences in the Bible actually taking place. Two different lectures with two completely different claims. Both were logical, I must say and backed up by scholarship and evidence.

As always, religion is a matter of choice... and faith. You can find 'proof' (loosely used term...) for anything you want to believe.

At 7:01 AM, Blogger ericdbernasek said...

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At 7:02 AM, Blogger JPrzech said...

Now I've seen everything:

Most of this guy's posts are in audio format so it's true preaching. A very noble undertaking, until you actually hear him. The guy's got about as much charisma as Dan Rather on prozac.

At 7:17 AM, Blogger ericdbernasek said...

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At 7:20 AM, Blogger ericdbernasek said...

wurps and double-wurps... can't quite get this right.

go here:

and look for BloggingOn 8.1 (currently
at the top o' the heap).


At 7:47 AM, Blogger Transgenderedtrash said...

Only through my Unitarian links would I find the next wave in religion...the so called "Pay for Pray Preacher.". You gotta love the Rev who actively encourages one to use PayPal to supplement his flock!

At 8:39 AM, Blogger Brett said...

I still have not heard back from Beverly Wall. Chances are that we will be paying for ourselves.

At 10:02 AM, Blogger Dave Norris said...

Here is a chance for my poker passion to be looked at in a little detail by everyone. If you find what I have been talking about interesting, is the place to start. The forum is a blog of sorts. When you boil it down a little - it is actually kind of Kos-like.

Definitely click poker theory in the left column as well as middle stakes no limit games and multi table tournanments farther down that same colum. Take a look at the ads which appear for the different forums.

Negreanu's blog is well worth your time. He and Hellmuth are probablly the best casual writes of the poker community. This is last year's player of the year, a nice guy, skilled and daring. He has chanllenged anyone in the world to play one on one for up to $500,000 in a game of their choice.

At 10:31 AM, Blogger Dave Norris said...


We should have a wild party at my apartment across from the Tap following class and blog it.

At 11:59 AM, Blogger JPrzech said...

Thanks, Dave, I enjoyed that Negreanu blog. Didn't notice anything by Hellmuth though. It's a nice change from religion and politics, that's for damn sure!

At 8:16 PM, Anonymous Joe said...

This guy and his flock have some electric connection happening; though what it amounts to in concrete (outside the 'sphere) effect is hard to tell:

At 4:40 PM, Blogger Christopher Michael said...

"Religious Blogs" and everything else under the sun (hence the name).

Also on this blog, a link to “Religion Is Bullshit”. Guess what category this one falls under?

More importantly, I wonder how Joe ( feels about this one?

At 8:40 PM, Anonymous Joe said...

I'm shocked, comrades, at your limited (timid?) range of 'religion' vision! Just to expand things a bit, here's some outright poetry (with a pictorial flourish)
a blogger banged out about nothing smaller than the cosmology of the universe itself. Who says science can't be religion!(in its sincere awe).

And how could we leave out this sect?
What a perfect open altar the blogosphere is for the faithful to lay their roses. A makeshift gathering place, in these days where tours are no more.

Along similar lines, but back toward more churchy environs, here's another worship-sharing experience the 'sphere offers... a devotional set list off the ipod!

At 5:55 PM, Anonymous Alice said...

Hi. I would like to make friends with people who enjoy archeaology. I've joined this site (archeaology) to try to meet some new friends but I wondered if you knew of any other such sites.
interested in archeaology

At 11:44 PM, Anonymous Andrew said...

Hi. I would like to make friends with people who enjoy archeaology. I've joined this site (archeaology) to try to meet some new friends but I wondered if you knew of any other such sites.
interested in archeaology

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