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  • Your Friday Duck Blogging!

    Posted by Jonathan on March 4th, 2005 (All posts by )

    After a hard week at the pond, a ChicagoBoyz reader rushes home to check out his favorite blogs.


    12 Responses to “Your Friday Duck Blogging!”

    1. Ralf Goergens Says:

      Are you sure this one of our readers? It looks more like a escaped canard from the New York Times to me.

    2. Richard Heddleson Says:

      Is George Soros starting to buy Hillary futures on intrade? 43.2-43.9 three years before the first primary!

    3. Jonathan Says:

      I think it’s more likely that the consensus is shifting her way by process of elimination. She is both an obvious candidate and has been careful not to be seen as opposing the war. The success of the Iraqi election makes her stance appear increasingly to have been the right one to take as compared to the positions of other nationally prominent Democrats.

    4. Steve Says:

      From Ducks to Hillary! Everything is interconnected.

      I’d like to see both plucked and slow-roasted Peking-style, then hung on a hook for awhile. Diced, with fatty skin on, they’ll both contribute to several delicious stir-fry meals for the kids and I.


    5. Jonathan Says:

      I just lost my appetite.

    6. Richard Heddleson Says:

      Will Bill end up sucking all the air out of the room for even his wife? This is a great example.

    7. Steve Says:

      Richard, you deliver the goods on Clinton with that link.

      Arkansas corn-stuffed Duck makes the best liver-paté.


    8. chel Says:

      Nasty, nasty, gnarly, nasty, gross.

      Cute duck though!

    9. Steve Says:

      Sorry Chel, I was in a wry mood, and Richard’s link to Clinton’s Carteresque chatter at Davos set me off.

      I am not a cannibal, but I’d still like to see Hillary roasted on a spit, proverbially speaking. Maybe Vince Foster’s ghost can be the cook.


    10. chel Says:

      Oh good, because I think that liberals would get REALLY freaked out if conservatives started eating their leaders.

      Also, canabalism has some serious downsides:

    11. Mitch Says:

      Cannibalism might not hurt ones electoral chances in enlightened New Zealand.

    12. Jonathan Says:

      It’s not good to eat politicians as they are generally unclean. There is also, in this particular case, the risk of mad cow disease.