A Single Southern Guy In America

June 24, 2004

Carnival of the Vanities, 92d Edition - A Day Late and a Dollar Short

Welcome to the 92nd edition of the Carnival of the Vanities. Please accept my deepest apologies for being a day late. I'll only offer that sometimes real life collides with blogging at the most inopportune times. In any event, this is the SSG's second Carnival and I hope to host the 144th edition at the same time next year. As is my tradition when the Carnival comes down South, there is always a contest. This year the contests consists of naming famous persons from from Arkansas. Winner gets a prize from the SSG shop. Email me or post your answers and trackback to this entry. With no further adieu, Here comes the Carnival!

Famous Arkansan #1: This man from Kingsland was widely revered by a range of his peers that you might not normally expect. Famous Arkansan #2 was born about 15 miles away.

Graham Lester brings us "No Virgins for You! The World's Top Ten Dumbest
Terrorists."

Solonor lears that his kids are"One Point Away..." from being a genius.

Pete from The World According to Pete shares a few new real-life adventures in : RANDOM BITS 13, the latest true-life adventures of Pete: pet store visit, one-armed cashier, meeting a fan, and a real nice poem...

Kiril Kundurazieff of Sneakeasy's Joint has A New Respect for Phone Operators.

Karol at Alarming News "Feel(s) at Home" with Andrew Sullivan's decision not to vote for Bush.

Famous Arkansan #2: This man was rumored to have his picture hung in homes next to Christ and JFK in white families and Martin Luther King in black families.

Banana Oil "Fisks Roger Ebert" over Michael Moore's "documentary."

Dale Franks of QandO weighs in on the Sullivan-Bush debate.

Some people seem to have gotten all asymmetrical over interrogation methods. Alger of BabyTrollBlog plays agent provocateur for an alternate perspective.

Mike Pechar delves into the Library Sex Case. On May 18, police received a phone call from a Naperville Public Library and the caller stated that a man was fondling himself while looking at pornography on the Internet in a part of the library where children were present.

Solomon of Solomania tackles "The New Threat."

Famous Arkansan #3: This man is the only Confederate general to have a statue of him in Washington, D.C.

Kevin Murphy asks, "Can anyone explain why lot's of people feel that the Bush
administration can't determine the status or how to treat captured al Qaeda operatives, yet don't even blink at the Vice President ordering the Air Force to shoot down passenger jets flying over the United States?"

John Ray brings us three entries:

Dissecting Leftism says Leftists are not all the same but you need to treat them that way.

Political Correctness watch has some politically correct fairytales.

Greenie Watch says that windy power is another Greenie fad that has blown itself out.

Wicked Thoughts has a good story about how to get even.

Famous Arkansan #4: This person broke the glass door to the Senate floor by becoming the first female elected senator.

Suzy, the Small Town Country Girl, ventures into the BIG CITY with her daughter.

Gordie of RoguePundit discusses the upcoming/underway gathering of anarchists in the woods.

Pieter Dorsman takes sides on the Sullivan v. Bush debate.

Chuck Simmins offers his views on us "Fighting Our Enemy's Battle;" "It's a maxim in military strategy that you don't fight your enemy on their terms. You make every attempt to control the time and place of the battle."

MadKane presents a political poem, "Dubya's Plea." Here's a preview~~
Our Bishops need to do much more
To safeguard all that's good,
Said Dubya to the Pope when Dub
Was in the neighborhood.

Famous Arkansan #5: This person hails from North Little Rock, AR, and currently stars in a CBS series.

Quasi In Rem undertakes a quest to become a Japanese teenager. Let's just hope he's back in time to host next week's Carnival!

Pietro of the Smarter Cop notes that "Kerry Speaks Too Soon.... Again."

Joanie from DaGoddess offered two posts and asked me to pick which one to include. Alas, I couldn't decide, so I'm putting both of them in! Enjoy "Memories" and "Not Quite the Crazy Old Cat Lady."

Damon Dimmick shares his contribution to Etalkinghead on "How John Kerry Lost (His) Vote."

Famous Arkansan #6: This Arkansan was born in Little Rock and later returned to the Phillipines during World War II.

Josh Fielek of Quibbles and Bits discusses how the military handles abusive soldiers and Marines.

Jack Cluth offers a post in reflection of Father's Day.

Famous Arkansan #7: This person of Jonesboro, AR, is one of the most popular of modern novelists.

Upcoming Carnival stops include

June 23rd A Single Guy In The South

June 30th quasi in rem

July 7th democrats give conservatives indigestion

July 14th d-42.com

July 21st Soundfury

July 28th - Jeff Doolittle

August 4th - Seldom Sober

August 11th - The Smallest Minority

August 18th - Fringe

August 25th - Ego

September 1st - Blogo Slovo

September 8th - Food Basics

September 15th Silflay Hraka - The Two Year Anniversary

September 22nd - The Eleven Day Empire

Be sure to check out the Carnival's offspring:

The Bharteeya Blog Mela

Bonfire of the Vanities

Carnival of the Capitalists

The Kissing Booth

Carnival of the Canucks

The BestOfMe Symphony

The Carnival of the Cats

Carnival of The Consumers

The Tangled Bank

The Carnival of The Liberated

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Comments

Excellent job!

See everyone next week!

Posted by: A man on the Hill at June 24, 2004 05:16 PM

Thanks for boosting the hits at my pathetic little blog!

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Posted by: Levaquin at October 12, 2004 07:34 PM

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