While Tropical Storm Hanna (no, not Hannah Montana) pays a visit to our area, why not blow a few minutes on the Internet?
There are two sites I have added to the blogroll this week. First, there’s The Balloon Man in Dover. Dick’s site is described as “Anything to do with the Outdoor Entertainment Industry.” It is a very cool site to browse featuring many different graphics. I don’t know Dick well enough to say anything about his statement “Being an old Balloon Peddler”. I will leave that one alone. He does know Howard however, and Howard is fair game, I think…
Another site that was added is 10ThirtyOne To Glory, a blog written by David, a pastor in Seaford. My friend Scott (who’s first name is also David) alerted me to this one. David’s site is described as “A Mix of Theology, Church Life, Politics, Philosophy, and Culture.”
A “rushalanche” is a huge amount of hits a site receives after being mentioned on the Rush Limbaugh program. With that in mind, I need to warn Dick and David to be prepared for the “elbertalanche”, which is described as “0.000000001% of a rushalanche” although it is probably less than that.
I’ve gotten an email and read a post about this next site. Delaware Talk Radio is “Delaware’s First Internet-Only Radio Station to Serve Delaware with News, Opinion, Blogs, Talk Radio.” It’s anchors are Randy Nelson and Dave Burris. Nelson used to be on WGMD a year or two ago. Burris runs DelawarePolitics.net. This looks interesting. I will keep an eye on this one.
I have had a thought rattling around in my head that’s worth sharing here. I have seen many sites that share a common bond in the state of Delaware referred to as the “Delaware Conservative Bloggers Alliance”. While working at this blog for a while I’ve met many bloggers from the western side of Sussex County. We have some things in common politically and most everything else is generally unique to our blog but complimentary to each other’s content. In my opinion we seem to get along and at the very least share that common geographical bond that is Western Sussex. We also provide links to each other’s blogs. Why not make that loose bond more official and refer to it has the Western Sussex Bloggers Alliance? Yeah, it’s a silly idea, but I was tired of it rattling around in my head. It can rattle around the Internet now.