Here’s what he was trying to link to in the comment on the last post.
Variations on the theme:
The World According to Peggy Lu Who
Earlier this evening, someone found their way to my humble little blog by entering “phenomenauts slackers dildo” into a search engine.
I believe this is what they were looking for:
more cat pictures
I’ve become a LOLcats freak.
I’m not dead. I don’t want to go on the cart. I FEEL HAPPY!
Seriously, it could be worse. I could have shit all over me.
Thanks, Monty Python. You’re a life saver.
I’m watching Colbert to see if he’s going to make fun of *me* again. And by me, of course I mean all feminists and people from San Francisco and vicinity. I know he was talking right to me.
So, yeah, so far no special messages sent out specifically to me, but oh my, the K-pop video. His hair in said K-pop video. Oh man. He’s so freaking cute.
No. No. No. I like him because he’s funny and smart. Must. Not. Objectify. Oh shit, I can’t help it, he’s too freaking cute.
He’s interviewing this gal, and she’s laughing. That would be me. I wouldn’t be able to answer his questions. I wouldn’t be able to fake being offended. I wouldn’t even be able to talk about whatever I was being interviewed on. I would laugh until I cried, and then I would just stare blankly and drool.
I was howling again last night. Stephen Colbert of course covered the protest surrounding the Olympic torch. And of course, you can’t do that without touching on what nut jobs the Franciscans are.
“Personally, I find an attack on a torch hypocritical in a city known for some pretty flaming parades.”
My favorite part, “We know that city burns. Moving on. Folks. Too soon? Too soon to joke about the San Francisco fires? I didn’t know we had centigenarians in the office. “
I can’t post the video here, but here’s the link – http://www.comedycentral.com/colbertreport/videos.jhtml?videoId=165053
The other side of the funny coin is that apparently thousands of visitors and tourists (not to mention the ubiquitous San Francisco protesters) were disappointed when there was a last minute route change for the torch relay through The City. The change was made in order to avoid a confrontation with protesters, like those in London and Paris. I personally had no desire to see the torch, so I don’t care either way. I also don’t have a very high regard for the way the Chinese government has dealt with Tibet. However, it’s just the Olympics. We’ll make a big deal out of it, only watch a fraction of the begillion televised hours, and when the games are done, we’ll forget they even happened by Christmas.