Our First Blog Carnival
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This is Blog about your Blog’s first blog carnival. I have included 20 articles submitted by fellow bloggers. The qualifications were simple, I just asked for your best post. By just asking that, we have received a nice amount of submissions on a variety of topics. I encourage you to visit some of these blogs if you find their titles interesting.
Ed the Editor presents Dow Jones plummets, Chinese laugh posted at The Pisstakers World News, saying, “The Chinese stock market fell 9% in a day and when the US markets realized it, they did as expected and panicked. China watches and smiles as they see the US markets knee jerk and sell off. Why smile when their own market has tanked? Simple, in China they don’t care because it was a short term plan to drum up some business for China!”
Feral Pundit presents Art Bell’s Alleged Hate Letter to the Filipino People posted at The Compass Blog, saying, “One of my Most Read Posts”
Denise Olesky presents THOUGHT YOU’D NEVER DO A BUS TOUR? THINK AGAIN posted at Welcome, saying, “â€œWeâ€™re thinking about a bus tour,â€ said my friend when talking about possible ways to see Italy. â€œA bus tour?â€ I said. â€œOh no, absolutely not. I’m not doing a bus tour.â€ Or so I thought â€¦”
Charles Amico presents A U.S. Foreign policy fit for the 21st Century challenges posted at WeThePeople.
Jack Yoest presents Are Business Elites Capitalists? posted at Reasoned Audacity, saying, “Your Business Blogger once partnered with a former McKinsey Consultant, a brilliant mind with a Ph.D. in Math from Columbia. I once wondered aloud why McKinsey, indeed all big business seemed to be confused conservatives.
If you are in business, doing business, creating wealth — you must be a Calvin Coolidge conservative GOP’er. Right?”
Zechary presents What is the difference between love and like? posted at Zechary White, saying, “My blog includes 3 parts, Reading&Thinking is about articles I read, and thing I thought; In Tech means Internet Technology; Wonderful world is interesting things I found”
Raymond David Salas presents How to Heal Yourself posted at ZenChill.com – Power Tools for Mind, Body, and Soul.
Carl Madsen presents Business Cards – A simple and Effective way of Promoting AGLOCO in the Offline World posted at Dominate AGLOCO.
Mr. Besilly presents Free Advice: But Who’s Asking? posted at Mr. Besilly – One Man’s highway, saying, “If someone is not asking for my advice it usually means they don’t want to hear it. Sounds obvious right? I am still amazed at how many times I have to wrestle this problem to the ground.”
That concludes this edition. Stay tuned for our next carnival which could be hosted next month. This is a trial carnival, so if it’s successful we can definitely host this again.
Thank you for reading!