Tuesday, May 29, 2007

"Surf's Up" in the San Antonio Current

Ironically this feature is one of the only things that doesn't make it into the online edition, so you'll have to pick a copy of last week's San Antonio Current to verify if this is the truth:

A hundred years from now, history may very well remember Perry Dorrell as one of the founding pillars of the Texas blogosphere, having launched his Brains and Eggs in 2002 after a long career working on the executive side of the Texas print media, including a stint with Hearst, parent of San Antonio's daily. Since then, he's developed Brains and Eggs into a serrated, left-heavy journal covering everything political on the national, state, and local (Houston, where he's based) fronts. Dorrell's also a veteran of Texas politics, having served as statewide coordinator of David Van Os' (failed) 2006 bid for Texas Attorney General. Check out Dorrell's recent posts on George Irish, former publisher of the San Antonio Light, as well as his weekly "Sunday Funnies" posts, a compilation of the week's best leftish cartoons, similar to MSNBC's Daily Political Cartoon Index (cagle.msnbc.com).

*buffs, then admires manicure*

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