Sunday, July 12, 2009

Fantastic Mountains Jeopardize Retail Activity

This week's roundup is in honor of my short trip to West Virginia. I went to see the Bluefield Orioles play rookie league pro baseball, but left before the Orioles won in 12 innings. I did get to chat with a friend from my former church and our former youth pastor, who now runs a center from area youth out of an old school building.
But you can't talk about West Virginia without mentioning Don Surber. He's inviting Creators Syndicate to move to Poca, since Los Angeles taxes are getting them down. Is there a better school nickname than the Poca Dots?
Now that I've been on Robert C. Byrd Drive in Beckley, traveled the Robert C. Byrd Appalachian Highway System and passed the Robert C. Byrd hardwoods center along the WV Turnpike, it's time to link some bloggers who are not Byrd-brains.
Carol brings together President Obama and Chevy Chase for a special edition of her roundup.
Smitty sends traffic hurling through the web after posting the Other McCain's jaw-dropping FMJRA roundup. It includes a link to this story from DaleyGator. Not what you want to read before seeing this.
Gator's weekly roundup seems safe enough.
Pat is trying to chill out in Shreveport, where's it's a lot hotter than Fishersville. Here, we're wrapped in blankets at the end of Fourth of July festivities.
Troglopundit finished a fine "you email me, I'll link it" week with plenty of stuff from American Power. Pundette graciously handed over the crown from the previous link contest.
Grandpa John is the go-to guy for news of animals in the Badger State.
Dustbury adds his thoughts and suggestions after signing up for Twitter.
Generation Patriot offers a scenic Utah view in his roundup.
And no weekend is complete without Smitty's Rule 5 Sunday.
Enjoy the rest of your weekend, and take a break from blogging when needed. Although you never know when a good picture will present itself.

2 comments:

smitty1e said...

I love the smell of a backronym in the morning. It smells like...bacon...only different.

Phil said...

Thanks for link