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Thursday, May 08, 2003
I do not suffer from triskaidekaphobia.

If I did, I certainly would not be constantly mentioning Gerard Serafin's directory of St. Blog's Parish.

Josh Mercer's blog, which appears to be nameless, is now here.
The Cranky Professor has moved.
Res et Rationes has also relocated.
Verus Ratio has both moved and been renamed Recta Ratio.
Mr. Bettinelli's last name was misspelled in his blog's listing, which could have this URL to reach the blog directly.
Likewise, the blog of Sissi Smith may be directly reached via this URL.
With or without the asterisks, it's "minefield", not "mindfield" in the name of the blog of Kathy the Carmelite.
The blogger who has taken another hiatus is Katherine.
Louder Fenn's blog is now known as Be Here Mondays.
Jim Kalb's blog has been renamed Turnabout.

Monday, May 05, 2003
What happens when you spell a word as it is commonly, and incorrectly, pronounced?

Ask Mr. Bettinelli.  The first mistake appears to be a mere typographical error.

"What happens when liberal sports journalists and conservatice atheletes collide in Boston?"

Sunday, May 04, 2003
Links Lojinks XXV

Some commenters on Molly's blog weren't the only ones distracted by the photo in this post.

"At least Winonna went to a Saks to do her stealing."

Poop Check VII

"... the research Kevin cited last week about baby teeth being a great source of very versitile stem cells ..."
"... more improtantly, between the couple and the Church or God ...
"The techie's latest theory is that the Illuminati have contracted with Tri-Lateral Commission hackers ..."

"Thanks to the quick thinking of the Knights of Columbus 4th Degree and the technical consultants provided
by the Swiss Guard, the plot by the Illuminati, Tri-Lateral Commission, and (latest development)
Barney the Dinosaur to hack into the HMS Blog has been twarted."
(If ever a purple people hugger deserved twarting ...)

then yes, you failed as a parent."
(The child's teacher failed to tell the child the difference between a contraction and a possessive pronoun.)