Sunday, January 07, 2007

 

Cirque de Critique, Act VI: The Issue of Hangovers

The seasonal nog wore hard on the ringmaster -- so hard that he has been given temporary pachyderm poop-scoop duty just to clear his head! Old, smelly salts need not apply!

Lights. Ballast. Action! Cir de Cri's the big blog carnival tent that takes all as long as those taken take on others trying to take them. If you'd like to submit your critical posts in a future edition, please do so right below:

Blog Carnival submission form - cirque de critique

Cirque's looking for future hosts, too. To be a ringmaster, contact The Hippo right here and ask to do so.

Each act of Cir de Cri has three scenes and/or rings: All-for-Free, For-All-Free, and the vaunted Free-for-All.

All-for-Free

Seeing that this edition is short of entrants due to liberties taken with the nog, Abe Linkum's going to throw one in that illustrates a futuristic look at embryonic stem cell research gone asunder in: Failure of Embryonic Stem Cell Research Leads to New Hope for America's Public School Kids. Enjoy!

Free-for-All

Our next entrant certainly isn't looking for The Anarchist's Cookbook at his local library and, apparently, has concluded that man isn't capable as a self-regulating mechanism since Corey presents The Problem With Anarchy (Short Version) posted at myopiniononeverything.com.

Corey must be from the 'new school'. He presents evidence that, nowadays, all school campuses have a class of anarchic artistes that draw "the anarchy symbol"? Not in my day, Corey. I don't even know what that symbol looks like. Is it a scatter plot? As far as our high school's band was concerned, our symbol for anarchy was an E# key signature. And, the only other thing symbolic of anarchy at our school was the students' general behavior.

...and the curtain falls on another act of Cir de Cri. Thanks to all for participating.

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