The [Ninja Turtles] henchmen Bebop and Rocksteady have hijacked the musical genres for us just like the Lone Ranger hijacked the William Tell Overture for our parents.

- xkcd

Tuesday, January 09, 2007

The Power of Blogger

As I'm sure everyone here already knows, our intrepid collaborator Chuckles, also proprietor of that fine establishment to his own ego, Freelance Genius, has just had a brush with political hack Tucker Carlson.

The details of the saga and the run down of the original report are available here. Pinko Punko has seemingly dedicated himself to keeping score here. Plover, as usual, provides a magnificent retelling that wikipedia might approve (nudge, nudge).

I don't have a whole lot of real merit to add yet. It is a hilarious story to tell, although it is saddening to realize no one knows him at all. I hope Tucker Carlson realizes all anyone knows is that he is "the idiot who wears the bow tie." Which apparently is no longer even true. Oh, and he did Dancing with the Stars so he also has no shame. If you hadn't already realized that.

Personally, as long as this page exists, I don't see how anything Chuckles does really compares.

Also, check out the awesome wikipedia page!

4 Comments:

At 1/10/2007 8:56 AM, Blogger dontEATnachos said...

Woo! fulsome managed to find his blogger login! Way to go fulsome.

Punch and pie for everyone!

 
At 1/10/2007 9:33 AM, Anonymous Adorable Girlfriend said...

Pie?!! Crap. Now UC is going to show up from the RSS feed.

Fullielove, where have you been? AG was in California and you were nowhere to be found for pawing and clawing.

 
At 1/10/2007 1:21 PM, Blogger fulsome said...

One of my stronger skills is the ability to avoid being needlessly pawed.

I also am not super-hot for the in'n'out so there was no siren call to lure me out.

 
At 1/10/2007 9:37 PM, Anonymous The Uncanny Canadian said...

AG is right. I have an RSS feed that scours the internets for food blogging and reports back to me pronto. This post came up under punch, pie, and surprisingly bow tie pasta.

 

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