Saturday, July 28, 2007

Blogger reflection award

Wyatt Earp has been kind enough to nominate me for the blogger reflection award.

Like every other honor, this has work attached to it. I have to name five other bloggers. OK, here's a list of a few (but by no means all) of my favorites:

Johnny Virgil at 15-minute lunch. JV lives near the Canadian border. The cold air keeps his wits sharp. He's a master of septic tank humor, which is better than it sounds, but it would have to be, wouldn't it? If you have a pulse, you'll find him highly entertaining.

Akaky at the Passing Parade. An amusing, witty, well-read librarian. I strongly suspect Akaky is not his real name, at least I've never met an Irishman with a name like that. Wouldn't you know it, he also hails from the Land of Eliot Spitzer. Must be something in the air in the Empire State.

Meanwhile, on the other side of the country, Neilochka is amusing and flirts shamelessly with the lady bloggers. Neil is a twofer. His penis often shares its wisdom. I wonder if his mother reads his blog.

BibliOdyssey features beautiful illustrations. Enough said. Go there and look.

Last but not least, the Nose on Your Face, inventors of Islamic Rage Boy.

7 comments:

Tatyana said...

Thank you for BibliOdyssey, Miriam. Fascinating. When I rolled down to the Links' post...wow. How to find time for work?
Kramer is a cowardly monkey, and his so called 'separated' wife is a feces-mouthed b*tch. I'm surprised that you find them amusing..but then, on the surface, they are. As long as you keep your distance, I suppose. Which is wise.

Jack's Shack said...

Those are some interesting links.

Johnny Virgil said...

Hey, thanks for the shout out, Miriam!

Buckley F. Williams said...

Thanks Miriam.

miriam said...

No thank you's required. Keep on keeping on.

Akaky said...

Thanx for the mention, Miriam, and sorry about the delay; I only just found this on Technorati

Neil said...

Thanks Miriam. You are very sweet. As for Tatyana, I'll think positive and assume she meant to call me "The Cowardly Lion" rather than "The Cowardly Monkey," since he is a beloved character, especially in the film version, where Bert Lahr portrayed him. And at the end, he does learn that courage lies within! Maybe she got "The Cowardly Lion" mixed up with the "Flying Monkeys" of the same story. It happens sometimes.

And yes, my mother does read my blog. She has a great sense of humor.