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» Booze week continues from Sanity's-Edge
Blackfive has a posted a list of bloggers he’d like knock a few back with. I think Matt and I have a lot in common. So much so that it would be dangerous evening. He and I drinking together would... [Read More]

» BlogDrinking from The Anti-Idiotarian Rottweiler
Black Five has a post about bloggers he'd like to get shitfaced with and Yours Truly made the cut, YAY!... [Read More]

» Drinkin' Time from Musings From The Imperial Senate
Damn...I hit the "Enter" key rather than the ' when I typed the title. Now the excerpt of this post will be blank space. Anyway, Blackfive (when I read that I interpret "XO") mentioned that he'd like to share drinks... [Read More]

» Blackfive's Bash from angelweave
So, Matt, when's the party? Let's schedule this thing. hln... [Read More]

» Raising the glass to Blackfive from Mister Green
Blackfive links to me today as a blogger he'd like to drink with. The feeling is reciprocated, even when he's not buying. (But that always helps.) When he talks about bourbon, BBQ, and a new carpet, he may be referring... [Read More]

» Have To Think About this One from Absinthe & Cookies (a little bit bitter, a little bit sweet)
Blackfive has a list of Bloggers He'd Like To Drink With. I have to say, it's a nifty idea for [Read More]

» Ahem. from Electric Venom
Don't you hate it when bloggers don't have comment sections so you can't leave a note pointing out that they missed the obvious?... [Read More]

» I accept! from Argghhh!!! The Home of one of Jonah's Military Guys©
I accept BlackFive's invitation to go boozing in Chicago. And I wanna meet all the others. After we do that, yer all invited to come to Kansas, we'll dip into the Arsenal and go punch holes in paper. We can... [Read More]

» Return of the Ping Tsunami from Practical Penumbra
This is gonna be some super-duper, all-out full-throttle pingage, folks, so hold on. Frank has a new In My World! Yay! He also informs us that Bill Whittle's essay Power is up. If I go read it now, all linkage will be suspended, so I'm going to save it... [Read More]

» Return of the Ping Tsunami from Practical Penumbra
This is gonna be some super-duper, all-out full-throttle pingage, folks, so hold on. Frank has a new In My World! Yay! He also informs us that Bill Whittle's essay Power is up. If I go read it now, all linkage will be suspended, so I'm going to save it... [Read More]

» Return of the Ping Tsunami from Practical Penumbra
This is gonna be some super-duper, all-out full-throttle pingage, folks, so hold on. Frank has a new In My World! Yay! He also informs us that Bill Whittle's essay Power is up. If I go read it now, all linkage will be suspended, so I'm going to save it... [Read More]

» Return of the Ping Tsunami from Practical Penumbra
This is gonna be some super-duper, all-out full-throttle pingage, folks, so hold on. Frank has a new In My World! Yay! He also informs us that Bill Whittle's essay Power is up. If I go read it now, all linkage will be suspended, so I'm going to save it... [Read More]

» BTW- I'm serious... from Argghhh!!! The Home of one of Jonah's Military Guys©
..both about drinking with bloggers in Chicago, and hosting a blogger shoot here in Kansas. Too many of you take me up on it, I might have ta dun ya for some ammo costs... but other than that!... [Read More]

» DON ISN'T COOL ENOUGH... from Anger Management
...to drink with Blackfive. Unforgivable...simply unforgivable.... [Read More]

» Working From Home from Argghhh!!! The Home of one of Jonah's Military Guys©
Know what I like best about working from home? I can do all this comparative doctrine reading (without unscheduled distractions) I'm doing for my most excellent client, AND BLOG WITHOUT GUILT - cuz it's my own machine! The Boss will... [Read More]

» Oh, the Inconstancy of friends... from Argghhh!!! The Home of one of Jonah's Military Guys
Remember this? When the Paratroop of Love slathered us fellow bloggers with beery love? And we responded? So now Matt is going to be in KC, like 20 miles away... and I gotta read about it in his blog? Hey,... [Read More]

» Return of the Ping Tsunami from Practical Penumbra
This is gonna be some super-duper, all-out full-throttle pingage, folks, so hold on. Frank has a new In My World! Yay! He also informs us that Bill Whittle's essay Power is up. If I go read it now, all linkage will be suspended, so I'm going to save it... [Read More]

» Further to the theme... from Straight White Guy
.. I've been sitting here thinking.. yeah, I know... a bad thing to do on a Sunday evening.. but, I think that this is a window to the soul, children... see, I've met a helluva lot of bloggers over the... [Read More]

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