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Huckleberries Online

HBO’s Best of the Friends’ Blogs — 1/5/07

Tom Von Alten/Fort Boise isn't too happy with the practices of UPS/Fed-Ex of simply dropping packages at his door steps and taking off (above) -- nor with big raises that Boise State coaches are about to pocket here.

*Oh no, Idawa/Word Forge has hit the blogging wall; he sez he's going on a blog diet this year (read: posting longer piece mebbe once or twice a month) here. Ed Note: HBO'll allow this, Idawa, as long as you continue to comment here.

*Brent Andrews/Synaptic Disunion has two words for his readers who are sick and tired of picking up dog poop: BARF (Bones And Raw Food) Diet here.

*Frank Sennett/Hard 7 opines that "Spokane's proposed red-light cameras are a terrible idea and the City Council needs to put the brakes on before picking the pockets of drivers with this backdoor tax of dubious merit" here.

*Bearable Bob explains how he comes up with his creative ideas that leave his commenters/blurkers begging for more here.

*In an eloquent post, Toad/Synaptic Disunion explains why he doesn't want to live in a world where men have to brave razor wire to stay alive here.

*Karl/Leaning Straight Up isn't surprised that anti-gun activists are using the Tacoma high school shooting to lobby for gun control. He expected it, as he targets the "Gun Show Loophole Myth" here.

*Hindu/Sagebrush believes the "hanging video" will help Iraqis put Saddam behind them and get on with their struggle for sovereignty here.

Huckleberries Online

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.