May 28, 2004

Fine, I'm a Sycophant, so sue me.

I see this weird story by way of a link at Lucianne about some blogger who could be Clooney, could be Afleck, could be Carey, could be Cowboy Bob from Channel 4 in Bloomington, Indiana for all we know. Whoever he is, he's caused quite a stir, because, well, because for the most part a huge section of the population are complete idiots, incomplete idiots, or fawning, sycophantic worshipers of all things Hollywood, LA, Beverly Hills, or Burbank. You get the picture.

Funniest thing about this "news article" is that the writer wasn't even bright enough to include a link. Go figure. You'd think if a journalist were writing about a blogger, ie, one who writes a blog, he would have the mental ability to make the leap of logic required to think about placing a link to that blog in the story. No such luck.

But Google is my friend, and here is the link. Rance, huh? And no one can figure out who you are? And we're surprised about that? Well, frankly I could give a hot damn who you are as long as it stays as irreverant and funny as the few posts I read. I'm keeping it linked here.

Posted by Mamamontezz at May 28, 2004 11:29 PM

The link opens up a link 'sidebar' or something. Waaah! Tell me more!

Posted by: Emma at May 28, 2004 11:39 PM

Do people actually care about stuff like this? Amazing! LOL!

Posted by: pam at May 29, 2004 10:46 AM

...I didn't mean in a "why are you writing about it" way. I meant it in a "people are silly" way.

Oh, don't mind me...! Now I'm really laughing. Sorry... I need more coffee... :-)

Posted by: pam at May 29, 2004 10:48 AM

Oh, Pam, I absolutely agree. You should read some of the commenters there if you want a good sample of just how low people will stoop to suck up to a celeb.

It would be a fascinating study if one were so inclined. Hell, it could be exactly that for all we know.

Imaging the day that monograph is published and it hits CNN. What a hoot.

Posted by: Mamamontezz at May 29, 2004 12:19 PM

poker me up

Posted by: poker me up at December 30, 2004 02:28 PM
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