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HBO's Best of the Friends Blogs -- 1/23/07

Idaho Escapee provides the confessions of an Egg McMuffin Maniac and the above photoshop of an HBO APhoto of the Day here.

*"Mr. Gore presented a witty and very informative mulit-hour information and education monologue. And quite frankly, it was great. His passion and growing stature as a statesman was unusual to watch. His handling of his side of the debate was, as expected, very refined. He knew what he was doing. What I found especially interesting was his handle on his opposition's comments. He knew his enemy." Believe it or not, that was written by religious conservative Dennis Mansfield here. (Hat Tap: Red State Rebel)

*Sam The Reporter is growing up into -- Betsy Russell. In his latest post, he tells HBOers that he's become a regular TV interviewer here.

*JBelle/The 'Kan EWA has been spending a lot of time at the office, which has her chows unhappy; then, she doesn't mind because she has the best view in Spokane here.

*Leaning Straight Up's birthday falls on the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, which is particularly thrilling for a pro-lifer. In a long post, he explains why it's difficult for him to talk about abortion here.

*Transplanted Texan/Wayward Episcopalian provides before and after photos of New Orleans here and here, after working on recovery efforts in Louisiana. And laments that New Orleans won't be playing in the Super Bowl here.

Meanwhile, Fort Boise didn't like Larry Craig's jab at Al Gore here, Bubblehead gets a little too tight with the hair clippers here, Bob does one of those great riffs of his here, F-Words wishes us all a "Happy Pie Day" here, and Chronic Discontent review Harrison Salisbury's Tiananmen Square diary here.

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D.F. Oliveria started Huckleberries Online on Feb. 16, 2004. Oliveria's Sunday print Huckleberries is a past winner of the national Herb Caen Memorial Column contest.




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