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  • Chris
    Yet another sign that the next generation brings hope. Has his soon-to-be-jar head screwed on straight, with a strong sense of duty and humor. Not necessarily in that order.
  • D C Thornton
    This guy was impressed enough with a BNN story to link to it. I was impressed enough with his points-of-view to link to him.
  • Corey
    Here's a young feller who 'preciates wordsmything enough to feature counterfeit words.
  • GrumpyBunny
    What are the odds of someone with a blog title laying claim to the phrase "Too Stupid for Words" finding another blog titled "Dumbidity"?
  • Kevin
    A tolerant host and well-informed on technical issues.
  • Jenny & Geoff
    Attesting to the international appeal of this humble blog, this couple from Australia stopped by. Just pronouncing "Mulubinba" makes me feel like I've gone down under.
  • Suzette
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  • Tvindy
    Anyone who recognizes obscure mammals from the Southern Hemisphere can't be all bad.
  • stupidangrycanajun
    I think "canajun" is a phonetic corruption of the Canadian pronunciation of "canadian," and I just can't pass that up.
  • Sarah
    I think she just wishes she was a geek. Seems normal to me, but then, consider the source.


  • BNN: The Bogæity Newsance Network©
    Bogus news from some of the finest unknown satirists available.
  • Rockynoggin
    Even official, properly elucidated Monkey Business is still monkey business.
  • Murphy J. Stillwater
    A fellow veteran of the Troll Wars who is about as intellectually honest as they come. We don't always agree except when he thinks I'm right.


Moving Pixels

  • : Quigley Down Under

    Quigley Down Under
    Brings the "Code of the West" to the foreign soil of Australia. The sequel, "Quigley and Cheese," follows his grandson (Paul Reubens) as he travels to France and takes on French Bullies.

  • : A Bridge Too Far

    A Bridge Too Far
    An example of what happens when you let Allies command U.S. troops.

  • : This Is the Army

    This Is the Army
    Features a young Army Lieutenant with a bright future, you might've heard of him.

  • : Band of Brothers

    Band of Brothers
    It is a great tribute to one of many outstanding units of the Allies in World War II. If only more of their accounts could be represented as well.

  • : The Great Escape

    The Great Escape
    "Afraid this tea's pathetic. Must have used these wretched leaves about twenty times. It's not that I mind so much. Tea without milk is so uncivilized." - Flt. Lt. Colin Blythe

  • : Stripes

    "We're all very different people. We're not Watusi, we're not Spartans, we're Americans. With a capital "A," huh? And you know what that means? Do you? That means that our forefathers were kicked out of every decent country in the world."

  • : Patton

    My Old Man thought enough of this movie he took me to see it in the theater.

  • : Young Frankenstein (Special Edition)

    Young Frankenstein (Special Edition)

  • : Monty Python and the Holy Grail

    Monty Python and the Holy Grail
    If you don't like it, you'll turn into a newt!

  • : It's a Wonderful Life

    It's a Wonderful Life
    A traditional event in the Jostikovitch Christmas Experience.

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Wednesday, August 31, 2005



I said a quiet prayer for you and your family; I was a bit worried there for a while.

I went in to the hardest hit areas of Houston after Alison on a volunteer crew and it was utter obliteration. Katrina was five times more powerful.

I'm glad you and yours are safe.


glad to hear you guys are ok.


Thank you for letting us know you are okay. I checked by your blog earlier today and worried when I saw you hadn't updated since the evacuation. I'm glad you and your family are all okay.


Kevin and I are happy to hear that y'all are safe and that you have power. The devastation is hard to believe, and it breaks our hearts to see a city that we love so much fall victim to such a tremendous tragedy. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

Kevin Donahue

To be honest, nothing about this hurricane hit home for me until today. The fact that you, Dave, & the whole LA crew pulled through OK was a big relief. And then this afternoon we found out that we have 400 employees and their families that are without homes. They showed up on buses today in Dallas with...well, nothing at all. No luggage, no clothes, no toothbrushes. Nothing. I'm a couple hundred lighter in the wallet from buying underwear, shorts, t-shirts, and socks, as are many of my co-workers.

So many are left with nothing, through no fault of their own. As you might surmise, these co-workers from LA volunteered to stay through the storm, trying to make others comfortable. So, there's a fair degree of guilt going around. When someone hugs you because you brought them underwear, well...that kinda changes your whole day.


It's been quite a while since y'all heard anything from Ol'Bob... But, I’ve been out here, lurking in the shadows of WEB, watching over all the goings on since we moved to Florida from Connecticut (up in the “Middle East.”) So, I figured this was as good a time to come up for air and tell you’ns that I’m thanking the Good Lord that all y'all appear to be fairing up OK after "the blow".
I know from personal experience, after we went through Frances and Jeanne last year, that there are still rough times for lots of folks in the months (and, for some, the years) ahead.
My thoughts and prayers are with you Schmed, your DSW, along with all the schmedletts too! And Dave, Kay, Jake and especially the latest edition of the Bushtit king…, er, I mean queendom…
Just know that because I’ve missed some of the crew’s names, my thoughts and heart felt wishes are with all of y’all and I’m truly relieved to know you’ve come through this adversity, somewhat unscathed. Bless you all!
Regards, Ol’Bob


I've been checking back each day to see if there's any news from you - glad you and yours are safe.

It is overwhelming the damage, lives lost, and now the shameful looting, etc.


schmed!go glad that you escaped the worst of it. please keep your friends up to speed on how you are making out in the aftermath of the flooding.


Internet's been mostly down with occasional uppages, so if you don't see any updates it's that or that we're doing other things.


You should have a lot of free time since your place of employ is an island in the CBD.


CC, don't be an ass, that's my job.


Oh, don't y'all worry 'bout me not having anything to do. I've found a little cubbyhole here in town to tend my kettle of fish, and I can tell you it's full to overflowing.

And rest assured that Saltmines R Us will be among the first to return to the Emeril City™, so the trek of schmed will continue.


Well, at least you can enjoy the shorter commute.

Now, now Mr. Pone, you've no corner on the ass market.

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