Free Links to Blogs of the Mind and of the World

New links every day. Check back often.
… and don’t forget to add your own.

Our newest entry is…

The culinary adventures of writer Harmony Watts—an aspiring locavore, would-be gourmand, and believer in the notion that homemade is better than store-bought—who thinks it’s possible to incorporate just about anything into pancake batter, shamelessly eats peanut butter from the jar with a spoon, gets her milk raw from a local farm, and is perpetually on a mission to ensure her boyfriend, Eli, eats his vegetables.
beyondtoast.blogspot.com

A collection of the latest Notre Dame football stories for hard-core fans who don’t have time to scour the internet themselves; a site where users decide which stories are relevant by submitting and “cheering up” stories:
http://www.ndlna.com/

For the searching soul; frustrated taxpayer; news enthusiast:
www.moralmatters.org

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3 Responses to Free Links to Blogs of the Mind and of the World

  1. Ryan says:

    Interesting collection of news on this site. I share some of Nathan’s views, as I’m not a big fan of Obama (or Obummer as I now refer to him) or big government, but have a hard time not believing in evolution. Either way, always nice to get different perspectives. Looking forward to the next link.

  2. father1son says:

    Thanks, Ryan. Some links will be enlightening. Some will be interesting. Some will be infuriating. Add your own anytime you’re ready.

  3. Beyond Toast recounts the culinary adventures of writer Harmony Watts, an aspiring locavore, would-be gourmand, and believer in the notion that homemade is better than store-bought. She thinks it’s possible to incorporate just about anything into pancake batter, shamelessly eats peanut butter from the jar with a spoon, gets her milk raw from a local farm, and is perpetually on a mission to ensure her boyfriend, Eli, eats his vegetables.

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