September 10, 2005

Multi-tasking

I guess Glenn would probably put me in the "bitching" category this past week...but hey, I'm giving too!

Are we allowed to do both?

P.S. If you're curious, the Djerejians gave to the Red Cross and the Humane Society...click through if you haven't donated to Katrina victims yet...

Posted by Gregory at September 10, 2005 03:03 AM | TrackBack (0)
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I'd say he also put himself into the bitching category with that underhanded swipe at the liberal blogosphere.

Posted by: Ben Regenspan at September 11, 2005 05:07 AM | Permalink to this comment Permalink

Who cares what this overrated elitist Reynolds at Instaspinster is saying?
Hey, even though I disagree with many of your articles:
Your posting more original content in a week than Reynolds does in a whole month. Most of the time, he's only giving links to the work of others. Lousy.

Instead of worrying about his opinion, you should better reflect on why you did shift blame from the feds to Blanco and Nagin over the course of days. Turns out that this is exactly the new republican talking point. Are you doing the parrot or is this really sheer coincidence?

Posted by: Gray at September 11, 2005 09:06 PM | Permalink to this comment Permalink

I keep giving Reynolds more and more chances to hold my interest, but I'm always disappointed. Seems like a partisan hack to me, and there are more than enough thoughtful voices out there to occupy my time (most of whom have open comments).

The only plus was that he linked to JEB's new digs before Greg did. I was pretty lucky to see that, given how rarely I read Reynolds.

Posted by: fling93 at September 13, 2005 07:09 PM | Permalink to this comment Permalink
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