Wednesday, October 25, 2006

Wednesday afternoon blog roundup while listening to Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys:

Jane Galt, currently in London, comments on Sky News's portrait of the US.

La Liga Loca discusses the near-useless Copa del Rey, Spain's FA Cup equivalent.

Expat Yank posts on "Iraq is Vietnam" syndrome.

Free Will Blog fisks the BBC. Eursoc has more. And here's Biased BBC.

IMAO features Frank J.'s artistic talent in the "Democrats in Charge" comic-strip series.

Notes from Spain reports that King Juan Carlos allegedly shot a drunk bear.

The Rottweiler savages France and its banlieue violence. Pave France has more.

Rainy Day is leading a campaign in favor of a Bangladeshi journalist.

The Glittering Eye has a historical piece on the Hungarian revolution and the Beirut barracks bombing.

Fausta is, as usual, prolific and very interesting.

Davids Medienkritik comments on "Germany's Abu Ghraib."

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