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Inside Huckleberries — 6/18/07

*Question: Where is that Commie Priggie when you need him ... is this the new guy (Noah Kroese)? -- Bad Daug. DFO: Priggee's cartooning in western Washington. UI grad Noah Kroese has been political cartooning at HBO for awhile now and also sells a 'toon or two to the SR each week for the editorial page.


*In an ongoing weird situation, CPD Blue has filed "lewd conduct with a minor charges" against 21-year-old Lindsey Kay Vogt of Coeur d'Alene, alleging she had sex with a minor (14- and 15-year-old) at least 20 times between April 2006 and 2007. So, why am I mentioning it here? Vogt is the young woman who showed up bloody and seeking help at colleague Meghann Cuniff's door early New Year's Eve. She'd gotten into a fight with another female over her under-aged boyfriend. I referred to her as "Bloody Woman" in Huckleberries print and here. In a follow-up HBO post in which she got into a shouting match with the boy's mother and sister, I predicted she was headed for trouble if she didn't break things off with her boy toy. Now, she's facing a serious offense. In a discovery motion, the prosecutor's office furnished the defense with my Huckleberries print and online articles. Dunno why. Stay tuned.

*I've finished my blogroll adjustments for now. I deleted my national blogs that had been at the bottom under my old "Quick Fix Six" logo. I also moved good friend Raymond Pert down to "Friends of Huckleberries" since he posts from Eugene, Ore., but he remains one of my favorites. I decided to keep most people who link to me.

*I've almost completed an overhaul of my blogrolls along the right rail. Several inactive blogs have been deleted. I need to make a decision about a handful of blogs under "Friends of Huckleberries" that provide reciprocal links to this blog but have no other interaction. I'm inclined to delete those. Importantly, I've added an "Idaho Politics" blogroll again, so you can follow political events from around Idaho from bloggers' perspective. Dennis Mansfield is a conservative voice in Boise. 43rd State Blues is a compilation of Idaho Falls provides a compilation of state Demo blogs. BTW, I've incorporated the "Local Photography" blog into the other blogrolls.

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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.