Friday, November 18, 2005

peanuts, anyone?

Maybe we should rethink that whole pardon-the-turkey thing next week.

Recently I had planned to write up a post about the doofus formerly known as President Jimmy Carter, but was referred to this wonderful article that said it all before I could. Here's the first line of it which immediately had me hooked, "The only thing more painful than listening to Jimmy Carter lecture President Bush on how to conduct a successful presidency was living through his disastrous attempt to turn his advice into reality". Check it out.

I also wanted to address those Shelfers kind enough to post comments recently. We greatly appreciate your participation and kind words. I say participation because, we read those comments as additional statements to our own articles. You are The Shelf. Loophole and I write in order to share with you all our thoughts in hopes that you do the same in the comments section. We hope to eventually establish an interactive website with the typical Shelf fodder as well as a chat room for topic discussion allowing us all to pick each other's brains about whatever interests us at the time. Your encouragement is what keeps us working towards that goal, and with your help, we intend to accomplish it. There is no timetable, but we hope it will be soon. The best way for you to help is to continue supporting the site though frequent visits and sharing the site with as many as you know who would be interested in our scribblings. Again, thank you for your continued support and as always we love to read your comments.

P.S.- We are now listed on google!! So when you tell your friends about us, just tell them to type randomshelf in the search block and the link will pop up.Thanks again



Pease feel free to comment if the need strikes you.
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1 comment:

Brewjoe said...

Call me a liberal (I'm not) but I think Jimmy Carter gets a worse reputation than he deserves. I don't think he was great. I just think he didn't do much of anything. Ineffectual more than anything else.

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