Drug Dealers “Clean Up” with Tide
I think they should revive The Beverly Hillbillies. Instead of making their fortune in “black gold” they can make it in “liquid gold” and move from the Ozarks to Oakland. They could be The Beverly Homebillies.
The Beverly Homebillies
Blogs and Articles in No Particular Order
Starting out today with an excellent review of the movie Act of Valor by Author Tammy Salyer, who is, herself, a foreign war veteran. I was leery of this movie until I spoke with her about it, and I would concur wholeheartedly with her assessment. Movie Review: Act of Valor
Renee Jacobson explores the social media dilemma of “How much is too much?” I Thought About It. . . .
Best selling author Kristen Lamb helps answer that question. Deadly Doses – Politics, Religion, and Our Author Platform
Speaking of controversy, a fascinating read from Greg Smith, the newly former Goldman Sachs executive director and head of the firm’s United States equity derivatives business in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Why I Am Leaving Goldman Sacs
James Bond – Most Enduring Movie Icon
Bond. James Bond. I’ve nominated him as best movie character over at Clay Morgan’s Movie Madness 2. I would be forever grateful if you pop by there and help me defend my title as the Winner of March Movie Madness by voting for Bond. Your vote counts! Thank you for your support.
Fascinating post by Leslie Hedrick about the real Paul Revere. You know. The one who lived back when all “Americans” were British. Paul Revere: Man or Myth?
Should School District Be Allowed to Demand Middle School Student’s Facebook Password? Very scary development in Minnesota. Principal used police to intimidate girl into giving him her password, though she was not charged with or suspected of any crime beyond unflattering comments about school officials.
Donna Newton brings us the fascinating author Chris Nickson, who has written several celebrity biographies including David Boreanaz and Christopher Reeve. 30 Second Interview with . . . Chris Nickson
When I say Hummer, different people picture different things, but almost everyone has an opinion about them. This is Nigel Blackwell’s take on this iconic vehicle. More Wild Opera than Hummer
How healthy is that health food? Former Big Food exec Bruce Bradley educated me about ‘leanwashing’ this week. Leanwashing is Used by Big Food to Make Food Appear Healthy
Two stops this week on the Bayard/Lamb 2012 Campaign Blog Tour. Liv Rancourt pried into our positions and opinions about paranormal entities and where they fit into our platform. A Foxie with Moxie Campaign Stop. Also, Shawna Coronado got us talking about how the White House vegetable garden will be used in limiting nonsense on the floor of Congress. Bayard/Lamb 2012 Presidential Campaign Blog Stop; Opinions on Agriculture and Gardening
Dogs may lick and cats may suck, but this opossum snowboards. Really. Ratatouille the Snowboarding Opossum.
What do you folks think? Should schools ever have the right to students’ Facebook passwords?
All the best to all of you for a week of keeping your dirty business clean.
Piper Bayard–The Pale Writer of the Apocalypse