Atlanta blogs today: Went to festival. Had festivity. June 25 2007
We did one lap around the park and then headed back home. We did get to see the giant AIDS quilt before we left, though.
-Me at Sallad.net recaps the weekend's Atlanta Pride Festival. In thrilling detail!
I suspect that the festival-goers who had more fun than Sallad are probably too tired to blog this morning.
Republicans pulled 70% in a 70% Republican district. Old school politics and old school names still matter. Most of us, yours truly included, tended to focus on issues too large while ignoring the fact voters tend to not care what we think.
-GriftDrift offers his take on the Democrat James Marlow's third-place finish in last week's special election to fill the vacant 10th Congressional District seat. The first and second-place finishers, Republicans Jim Whitehead and Paul Broun, respectively, face each other in a runoff July 17.
Communism is like so rad and all that good stuff.
-ATLMalcontent on Cameron Diaz's fashion faux-pas in Peru. Diaz visited Machu Picchu carrying a tote emblazoned with a Chinese red star and the famous Mao slogan, "Serve the people." Tens of thousands have died in Peru due to war between the government and Maoist rebels.
If, like me, you are fascinated by the intersection of Communism and camp, you might be interested in this photo I took in Prague two weeks ago. Note the museum's location.