Site Meter Ogre's Politics & Views: New Neighbor #46

Welcome again, good readers, to this week's New Neighbor. For those who haven't seen this feature before, this is a weekly post that appears each Sunday afternoon. Usually this is the only post for Sundays, but this week the Tarheel Tavern will also appear. Each week Ogre reads through some new blogs from the massive blogroll on the right side of the main page, right now the Evangelical Blogroll, and finds a new blog to highlight and introduce to you, my kind reader. This week, it's

Beauty and the Bull

I have to say, this blog almost didn't make the cut for this week's "Neighbor" feature. I looked at the blog, glanced at a couple articles and decided that I'd feature it. Then I noticed the picture at the top of the blog. Poor, deluded, Bull. I'm thinking he should put a picture up of "The Swamp..."

Anyway, back to the blog. The latest entry is neat. I'm not sure, but I think Bull is really hoping to obtain some wolf-like super powers. And I'm not sure "Wolf Lord" is quite enough of a superhero name. Feel free to add other choices in his comments.

He's also got up a post about the latest American Idol. To be honest, I've never seen the show. Really. I have absolutely no desire to watch other people make fools of themselves. Well, I guess I do, I just see it all day long just by watching the Democrats and other politicians. But if you like that sort of thing, he'll give away the whole season in one post.

Now the blog does promise to be about "Bull and Ashley," but you might notice a slight lack of posts from this mysterious Ashley. However, about a week ago, she did make an appearance explaining her absence. She speaks of these "social engagements." Wow, that sounds painful. Well, to me, anyway.

So hey, the blog's been around since March of 2006, so I guess that makes it almost old, eh? It's a clean layout, pretty much just personal stuff, but why not head over and have a read this Sunday afternoon? What else did you have to do? And I'm not posting anything else until you get over there and read (well, at least not until tomorrow morning, and the Tavern this will be here later this afternoon).

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