Saturday, May 23, 2015

Bye-Out

In the market for the world's biggest sheetcake.

Bye-Out

In the market for the world's biggest sheetcake.

(It's been a time-honored tradition at the Inquirer to say goodbye to staffers with a short, rectangular vanilla or chocolate cake. There was also a tradition for departing editors to take temporary custody of a velvet rendering of John Wayne known as 'The Duke.' It was so handsome a gift that it is thought many left early just to be able to call it theirs.)

ping: Eat Up, Blogosphere: Buyouts, Bernard and Philadelphie! -->
Posted 09/22/2005 06:58:00 PM
Between the buyouts and the ridiculously large amounts of food in Philadelphia, bloggers have had their hands full. Here's today's look at the Philadelphia blogosphere: >>> Johnny Goodtimes has an interview with local boxing great Bernard Hopkins. The ...
ping: Eat Up, Blogosphere: Buyouts, Bernard and Philadelphie! -->
Posted 09/22/2005 04:01:54 PM
Between the buyouts and the ridiculously large amounts of food in Philadelphia, bloggers have had their hands full. Here's today's look at the Philadelphia blogosphere: >>> Johnny Goodtimes has an interview with local boxing great Bernard Hopkins. The ...
ping: Some Random Thoughts -->
Posted 09/21/2005 07:55:26 PM
	As I headed out today, I found myself thinking of parallels between the discussions over how to pay for the war in Iraq and the rebuilding after Katrina and the guns and butter debates of the Viet Nam era.  When I got home and burroughed...
ping: Eat Up, Blogosphere: Buyouts, Bernard and Philadelphie! -->
Posted 09/21/2005 11:12:09 AM
Between the buyouts and the ridiculously large amounts of food in Philadelphia, bloggers have had their hands full. Here's today's look at the Philadelphia blogosphere: >>> Johnny Goodtimes has an interview with local boxing great Bernard Hopkins. The ...
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