October 24, 2003

Tour de Munuviana

Daniel said he hoped this would become a regular feature. The rest of you rolled your eyes and said “ohmigod no” under your breath. This is what happens when you don’t speak up.

Jennifer interviewed Daniel. Due respect guy, but half the questions gave you the chance to strut your stuff and instead you went all 90’s touchy-feely with it. You don’t have to impress the ladies with your intelligence, because they already knew that, and we know they knew that because the other half of the questions basically translate to ‘how horny are you?’ except for one ‘how well hung are you?’ question.

Things definitely took a turn towards Eros this week as Jen posted about beastiality and Helen discussed hair care and the law of diminishing cleavage. Which reminds me of a joke:

Q: Why don’t women wear shorter skirts?
A: Because they’d need two hair-do’s.

Hey, I promised last time that Jim would get top billing. Life lesson Jim. Never trust anyone except members of the federal government.

(I’m contractually obligated by the IRS to include that last statement in personal correspondence once a day. But by 2008, my back taxes will be paid off and I can tell them to never trust anyone except members of the federal government.)

Jim pronounces creek correctly too.

Then we have Don of Anger Management. I’ve been trying to figure him out for a while now, and just when I think I’ve got it, he goes and writes something brilliant and off-the-wall. Psst Daniel, I think Don asked the ‘shoe size’ question.

New fish bloggers: Simon, Tom, Chuck, and Willie, let the vicious backstabbing attacks begin please let me welcome you. I look forward to getting to know you. What national flag would you fly? Yes, that’s a real question and it does make sense and I do want an answer. Thank you. (I already heard from Simon. Tom, Chuck and Willie, I assume U.S. – but let me know, mm’k?)

Tiger, I don’t get it. Sorry.

Heather points out a link-o-rama where you can see pictures all of the various lady bloggers you read. She also talks about mustard, rants a little about Peta and their transparent concern for your waistline, and gets serious about the new nuclear reality.

Helen, all I can say is that although a little introspection is good, it’s easy to get too deep into what it all means. I'm just sayin', ya know?

Stevie talks about cows. Frequently.

Mr. Green doesn’t post often, but when he does it’s worth reading. Chicks dig him too.

LeeAnn gets a new job. With all the talk of raises and knees, maybe I should have put this up with Jennifer and Helen. She also observes a practical physics lesson.

Mookie is heavily indebted to mom and I for getting her the new Barenaked Ladies CD. She celebrates with nightmares (actually it sounds a lot like my life – thanks) and blood sport.

Victor scores big points about fools and consequences, before going into shock. He’s been good about displaying the winner’s logo in our inter-Munuvian hockey whoopass jamboree.

Cherry is the quiet sort.

Tim’s been quiet too. Busy people with real lives. What a concept.

Tuning Spork gets the debate going with his posts about the best position players in baseball in various era’s.

Over at Practical Penumbra, Susie is trying to rally folks to prevent the League of Liberals from claiming victory with a post about the evils of capitalism. Huh? When did they add a category for theater of the absurd?

She’s over at Munuviana doing the same thing. Pixy chips in too.

Pixy has a scientifical mind, which allows him to creatifically thinkerize and edumacate us downside-uppers in “The Way The World Works”. Pay attention to him.

Werd. (still attempting to boost street cred)

Posted by Ted at October 24, 2003 09:09 AM
Category: Munuvian Daily Tattler

Hey, where'd my comment go?

Anyway, Ted, what's with the pongs?

Posted by: Pixy Misa at October 24, 2003 10:20 AM

Sometimes when I publish these link-filled posts I get timed out or 'server not found' errors. If I back up to try to publish again, does it re-pong everyone?

Posted by: Ted at October 24, 2003 10:28 AM


Posted by: Susie at October 24, 2003 01:35 PM

Oh man, Ted. That's harsh. Which question did I answer too 90s touchy-feely?

Posted by: Daniel at October 24, 2003 04:12 PM

inter-Munuvian hockey whoopass jamboree

That's pretty good, Ted. Accurate, too.

Posted by: Victor at October 24, 2003 09:06 PM

What is there to get? It is a blog about a kangaroo that makes excuses each day about why he can't or didn't blog. I mean it is the most inane blog in the blogosphere. You should check each day to see what kind of excuse the kangaroo came up with or don't. You do have that choice. ;)

Posted by: Tiger at October 25, 2003 12:46 AM

Have all you Sharks and Caps fans noticed what my ATL Thrashers are doing? Without Heatley?
Yeah, what's up? The South is rising again...

Posted by: Daniel at October 25, 2003 01:34 PM

Daniel, I carefully reread your interview to make sure I wasn't just in a bad mood or jealous about all the Mu-babes throwing themselves at you or anything.

About the only real quibble I have is that you told several great and impressive lies (hit a home run to win the state title, etc) and then followed it up with an immediate "just kidding". Sheesh. Before the 90's, guys were supposed to lie to impress the ladies. It was expected. Women factored it in when they evaluated potential husband material (Paul, this could be another of your great series - pre-90's vs now).

Other than that, it was jealousy. ;)

Posted by: Ted at October 25, 2003 11:32 PM

Oh, about the hockey... I fully expect to be regularly humiliated by the Sharks this year, and I don't have the solace of rooting for an 'expansion' club anymore.

I hope Atlanta can keep it up, they've had a rough go of it already.

Posted by: Ted at October 25, 2003 11:36 PM

Ted, you back-pedal worse than a politician.

Posted by: Jennifer at October 26, 2003 05:01 PM

Jen, it comes from shooting off my mouth before I think. And as often as I do it, you'd think I'd be *better* than a politician at back-pedalling.

I'll work on it. :D

Posted by: Ted at October 26, 2003 05:47 PM

:-) Now are you going to sign up for an interview or what?

Posted by: Jennifer at October 26, 2003 10:01 PM

This time zone stuff is really throwing me off.

Posted by: Jennifer at October 26, 2003 10:03 PM

Jen, sure, sign me up. I honestly don't see the point though, there are lots of interesting people on your list. I'm boring.

Posted by: Ted at October 26, 2003 11:36 PM

Don't be silly. It'll be fun. :-)

Posted by: Jennifer at October 27, 2003 12:02 AM
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