Friday, September 23, 2005

Guest post on ID at Bring It On

I did a guest post today at Bring It On - was hoping to come in and start the day by just explaining why I asked Pia, who's a REAL New Yorker (I've been here 14 years and I still feel like a transplant, I love reading her stories about the city and her family & friends) regular poster there, if I could do this -

Unfortunately I got all caught up in a Times article about the evacuation for Hurricane Rita, missed my subway stop, and slunk into work pathetically late, so this is not a good time to be blogging about my opinions of these intelligent design folks & fundamentalists in general.

If I wrote that post well enough, though, that should come through. I've got so much to do today but I do plan to check in on comments during my lunch hour - will be interesting to see what sort of response it gets.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Blizzard warnings were issued in place of parts of Illinois, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin as snow socked the states in tandem with hot air gusts topping 45 miles (72 kilometers) per hour.
The storm -- 10 days anterior to the onset of winter -- took its greatest toll in Minnesota, where as much as two feet (61 centimeters) of snow had fallen in some locations, according to the National Ill Service (NWS).
The state's largest big apple Minneapolis was under a blanket of off-white 17 inches (43 cm) deep, the worst snowfall to charge the big apple in more than 19 years and the fifth-biggest on record.
As an gauge of the storm's oppressiveness, Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport -- a traversing heart with adroitness in contending with unclean seedy -- was keep quiet down for the purpose the first notwithstanding in years.