Wednesday, August 16, 2006

An Assortment of Snarklets

Things have been just a tad unsettled at Snark Central of late. New job. On the plus side, higher pay, more interesting work, and I can commute by bus (which my new employer pays for!). On the non-plus side, everything is different and I have to re-calculate my daily routine. End result, not much blogging. You may have noticed.

First off, a public service announcement for those of the actively non-moonbat persuasion who might find themselves in the Tacoma, WA area on a Friday afternoon. A message from one who supports the troops:

Hello All,
Last Friday, August 11th, fourteen troop supporters were in downtown Olympia to show that our troops and country do have supporters in Olympia. It was a bit of a shock to many of the people driving by but we received quite a few thumbs-up, and comments such as "It's about time!" We are going to do it again this Friday, August 18th, from 4:00pm to 7:00pm at the at the corner of 4th Avenue and Water Street in Olympia. We will be on the south side of 4th Avenue.

Now, a message from me. It has come to my attention that Walt Gaya is going back to Iraq, this time as a photojournalist. Not even an imbed. Via Michael Yon:

In an effort to bring objective news from the frontline, Walt Gaya will fly to Iraq. His recent combat experience coupled with his excellent photography will make Walt an invaluable news resource. His work will be published exclusively in my online magazine. Ongoing financial support is critical to keeping his reports coming, because Walt will not be with United States forces. Confident commanders such as those at 4th Infantry Division who welcomed Walt Gaya know the value of media coverage. But the Combined Press Information Center in Baghdad is censoring press at this time and has denied embed requests from both Walt and me. People who have read about Walt likely will not be surprised by his decision to go in alone.

Ahem. Guardian Angels? FORM UP!


Anonymous Beth said...

congrats on the new job! Hope it's enjoyable and the people you work with are pleasant!

7:31 AM, August 19, 2006  
Blogger BostonMaggie said...

Congralutations on the new job. Save your money so you have plenty to but more chocolate at Trader Joe's for my next visit.

9:36 PM, August 20, 2006  

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