The Bishop and the Butterfly: Murder, Politics, and the End of the Jazz Age
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    Wolfum's Morning: Basketball Jones

    Steve Nash scores for New York Marriage Equality.


    Tornado: Scores dead after tornado strikes Missouri.

    Un-Raptured: Nope, no Rapture to see here. You'll have to wait until next year. No way the Mayans were wrong.

    Newsweek Noise: Seems not all is happiness and light thus far at the New & Improved Newsweek.

    Iraq: Death.


    Crooks & Liars: I'm assembling Mike's Blog Round Up at Crooks & Liars this week if you care to see my selections there.

    Back2Stonewall: Time to boycott Tennessee.

    The Stir: Westboro Baptist Church raises $50K for Gay Rights thanks to comic Lisa Lampanelli.

    Eclectablog: 6,000+ people rally at the Michigan Capitol, media focuses on the Rapture


    Miami Heats Up: Chris Bosh reminds everyone that he's part of Miami's Big Three, as well.

    Good Old Bernard: Bernard Hopkins becomes the oldest boxing champion at age 46, and he's showing no signs of slowing down.

    Little Arnolds: Seems there may be more children coming forward who call Arnold Schwarzenegger "dad."


    I got more moves than Ex-Lax.


    Crossposted at William K. Wolfrum Chronicles



    Regarding Sports, Tyler Hamilton went on 60 Minutes to say that he, George Hincapie, Lance Armstrong and probably all the elite cyclists in the world have been systematically doping with EPO and anything else they thought would slip by the testing. He said it was "part of the culture of the sport."

    Armstrong still denies it, but it looks bad for the sport in general.

    I've long been very open about my belief that, OF COURSE Lance Armstrong took PEDs.

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