Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Adding To The Blogroll

There are a couple new residents on my "regular reads" list. Check them out.

Daz has been blogging for awhile, now, but he's fairly new to my regulars' list. He's eclectic, with opinions, so give him a read. He's also a Canucks fan, so treat him gently, okay? Our guys are still trying to find their feet, if that pre-season game with Calgary is any indication...

BBCAmerican is...a little different. A Wal-Mart employee whose blog is not about trashing Wal-Mart. He fills his blog with entertaining tales of daily life as a Customer Service clerk in one of Wal-Mart's Florida stores. He also goes a long way towards explaining some of the retail industry's policies. Informative as well as entertaining.

And one of these days, I might get around to "organizing" my links into some kind of "logical" order.

But not today.


Anonymous DazzlinDino said...

I've been thinking about that as well, Daz, and the Prarie Wrangler both come to mind. There is a couple I think I'll take off as well....

Wednesday, September 20, 2006 5:22:00 PM  
Blogger Daz said...

Eclectic, that's the nice way of saying crazy isn't it?

Thanks though, always nice to know somebody else is reading it. And being a Canucks fan, i'm used to taking a lot of abuse (I mean look at us after '93).

Wednesday, September 20, 2006 8:14:00 PM  
Blogger Chimera said...

"Eclectic, that's the nice way of saying crazy isn't it?"

Actually, I think that's eccentric -- when you've got too much money to be called crazy.

Eclectic is another way of saying "versatile and without restriction." Which, to some people, would mean "crazy," I suppose.

"...after '93."

Ah, you shoulda been around when King Richard was between the pipes! We had all kinds of respect, then!

Wednesday, September 20, 2006 9:38:00 PM  
Blogger Chimera said...

Dazz (with two z's): What's up with Tim? Haven't seen any action outa him since the playoffs last year. You don't suppose his renovation project fell down around his ears, did it?

Wednesday, September 20, 2006 10:02:00 PM  

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