Wednesday, October 12, 2005

Blogroll additions

Okay, I don't have time to both tell you about these bloggers and add them to the blogroll template, so for now, I'll just tell you about some men who merit your attention. (I'll do the women another day.)

Michael Bérubé Online: Michael Bérubé's a liberal professor of literature and cultural studies at Penn State. He's a brilliant writer and can be savagely funny. I admit I skip the deeper theory and academia posts, but there's so much more. Plenty of politics, plenty of life in general, all adroitly described. My pal Kristin's Sexy Mind concept is displayed aptly in Michael Bérubé. I forget how I first chanced upon his blog—maybe via comments at Bitch Ph.D.? The comments at Michael's site are packed with smart people, so they're a good read, too.

QWMaine: Maine is smart and he always makes me laugh. Who else covers all-important issues like pythons trying to eat alligators, the sociology of Waffle House, and much, much more? I liked his comments on Mona's Barbaric Yawp and now check his site just about every day. Sometimes several times a day.

The Assimilated Negro: He's just a baby—only been blogging for a month—but he's got him some chops. Chops with the hippity-hop, to boot. He came recommended by Maine (see above).

Big Monkey, Helpy Chalk: Rob teaches philosophy out east and writes about ethics, politics, and sometimes the female orgasm (I don't know why, as I haven't read his 11-part series on the topic yet). I followed him home from his comments over at Bitch Ph.D.


T.A.N. said...

Orange, I think you meant "chaps".

Why a negro always gotta be "invited" by someone. Can't I just come to the party ... once.

I'm not expecting guest list or anything. Just, you know, want to roll without the chaperone.

ok. i go now. this comment box is covering my homepage.

Rob Helpy-Chalk said...

Thanks for the shout out.

Agent 31 said...

Aw... thanx.

Orange said...

Guys, I'm disappointed. I throw out a line like "I'll do the women another day," and you don't say anything about it?

Mona Buonanotte said...

Ooh! Ooh! Do me! We'll take dirty photos!