P&Q’s Week In Review Part Deux!

It’s like deja vu all over again. ~Yogi Berra

It’s been another great week in sports, P&Q Rangers…the start of the 2012 Major League Baseball season, my hometown Predators are shooting to be the NHL’s Moneyball team this year, 52-year-old Fred Couples is discovering the Fountain of Youth at the Masters, and if you haven’t seen this bit of genius featuring Mr. Bill Murray at Wrigley Field yet, go treat yourself:

But enough about sports. There were also some terrific posts this week:

Autism Positivity Week at Quirky and Laughing. For those who don’t know, April is Autism Awareness Month. This blog is taking part in a wonderful project in which those on the spectrum share their positive experiences with autism. If you or someone you know is on the spectrum, she could use your input too.

On Challenges, and the Magic of Movies* (*Even the Bad Ones) at The Droid You’re Looking For. With Titanic re-released in theatres this week, John takes a critical look at whether James Cameron really is the genius everyone thinks and whether bigger really is better in films. A must-read for any movie fan.

Invisible Designer Jailhouse Products at Author Piper Bayard. If you haven’t been over to Piper’s blog, prepare to laugh early and often. What happens when it’s discovered prison inmates have access to porn channels? Go find out.

It’s Not the Years, Baby at Geeks Shall Inherit the Earth. 18 years since Kurt Cobain bit it? Say it ain’t so! I always enjoy Matthew’s writing for his thoughtfulness and wonderful sense of time and place. If you’re a Gen X’er you owe it to yourself to read this one.

10 Things That Shaped My Youth, Part I at Kloipy Speaks. Great new blog I discovered through Freshly Pressed. I don’t know the author personally but his tastes are awesome and I hope he gets more followers (hint, hint!)

Don’t forget to nominate your favorite cheesy/Guilty Pleasure movie for the chance to win an epic prize…just click here and go for it!

Also: this will be my last post before I get back from vacation. Enjoy, and don’t do anything I, or the site mascot, wouldn’t do first. And if you do, take lots of pictures.

Don’t forget to click “Like” and stick around a while, otherwise Murdock might start cross-dressing. Oh, wait, it’s too late…

~ by Howlin' Mad Heather on April 7, 2012.

13 Responses to “P&Q’s Week In Review Part Deux!”

  1. thank you so much! Glad you liked the post. The reception has been awesome

  2. Thanks so much for the shout out. This is a great mashup, and Holmes and I are honored to be included. πŸ™‚

  3. Have a great vacation. Hope you get to do something fun like blow stuff up. I always like doing that on my vacations. πŸ™‚

  4. Have a fabulous vacation!

  5. thanks, I found something very funny!

  6. […] Howling Mad Heather discovered that the shape of our known universe is a trapezoid. How did I know this? Because she is the demigoddess that controls what we mortals call “the Bermuda triangle,” which is her boundary in this plane and she likes to toy with anyone who trepasses. Though when asks about it, all she replied is, “it’d be more accurate to call this the Bermuda trapezoid,” and mentions none of the mischief she wrecks there. […]

  7. Thanks for the shout out, and thanks also for the links to the other blogs. Some very nice posts there. Hope you have a great vacation.

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