The Unrepentant Individual

...just hanging around until Dec 21, 2012

April 11, 2006

Carnival Time!

I took my post Outsourcing at Both Sides, and submitted it to both the Carnival of Liberty XL and the Carnival of the Capitalists 33.

And my post over at The Liberty Papers, entitled Where Markets Beat Government — and Vice Versa, was also submitted to the Carnival of Liberty XL.

Sorry for the lack of posting over the last few days… My old roommate came down to visit last Saturday night. He, my wife, and I went out to a local bar to play trivia, and took third place, so that went well. The next day, I did yardwork all day while he sat around and drank my beer, so that wasn’t quite as well, but still not too bad. I got some good work done, and then came inside and drank beer. Now that the week has started, I’m overloaded. My company has a new engineer that I’m training in the early part of the week, and on the homefront, we’re getting ready for 20 family members to show up for Easter.

This week isn’t going to get much better, but I’ll try to get some content out. I just read V for Vendetta, and enjoyed it immensely. Perhaps I’ll post a review. In local news, a fight is brewing between John Konop and Tom Price for the Republican nomination in the 6th District of Georgia, and I definitely have some thoughts to share on that race. But there’s a lot going on, and my brain isn’t quite up for blogging…

Posted By: Brad Warbiany @ 10:32 pm || Permalink || Comments (2) || Trackback URL || Categories: Around The 'Sphere, Carnivals, Personal Life


  1. How does one go about submitting stuff for includion in these various Carnivals?

    Would you send me an email?


    Comment by Libertarian Jason — April 12, 2006 @ 9:39 am
  2. LJ,
    The easiest way to do so is by visiting this link. You can automatically submit to just about any major carnival out there.

    Beyond that, each one has their own other submission guidelines. For the Carnival of Liberty, you simply send an email to carnivaloflibertyATgmailDOTcom with your submission.

    Comment by Brad Warbiany — April 12, 2006 @ 2:41 pm

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