Thursday, March 03, 2011

What had happened was...


We are without post today. Technical drama on my end. Be back soon. Chat amongst yourselves. 

17 comments:

SingLikeSassy said...

Hey Bougieland! ::waves:: My coworker is eating something right now that smells like hot azz. I want to stab her.

Have a great day all!

Leon X said...

Has anyone noticed that our news cycle went from Tunisia to Egypt to Libya to Charlie Sheen?

Reads4Pleasure said...

And skipped right over Wisconsin and now Ohio. Tis the dumbing down of America indeed.

Pure Choco said...

There should be an office law about what people can bring in. Girl next to me brought in some sort of boiled cabbage. It smells toxic.

FreeBlackMan said...

And it's 24/7 Sheen. When did it become admirable to be a chemically altered whoremonger? Not a fan.

FreeBlackMan said...

yes. And I for one want to know more about what's going on there. This is when a Keith Olbermann is missed, no one else gives these stories attention and context.

Reads4Pleasure said...

I totally agree. If it weren't for Twitter and other social media, I'd be completely clueless about it. I also agree about Keith. There's only so much Rachel Maddow can highlight in an hour and on one else at MSNBC (or any other network) seems to care about covering anything that can't be sensationalized.

EC Thompson, MD said...

A day without Bougie is a Day without sunshiine. Call Bill Gates!!

EC Thompson, MD said...

Wouldn't want folks to focus on the maddness that is cutting $60 billion in spending. We wouldn't want you to notice that all of the cuts are to programs that help real Americans. We don't want to you see that. Focus on Charlie melting down, again on national TV.

EC Thompson, MD said...

Is that a major in college? Chemically altered whoremonger. I love it.

EC Thompson, MD said...

the biggest story not being talked about in Wisconsin is the fact that progressives are trying to recall a Republican senators. I think they have a real shot at getting three or four them out of office which would change the balance of power in the Senate. This is a major story which is not being covered by that mainstream media. more info –http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/03/02/wisconsin-democrats-recall-effort_n_830395.html

soldier said...

Its always admirable, as long as you don't have a permanent tan.

Must be nice to be America's 'lovable' rogue, whilst doing dastardly things

Reads4Pleasure said...

I saw that this morning. It's almost like the media has mutually agreed to a pro-Republican agenda. It's like Fox-lite.

Jasmin said...

Work drama: there's a mini-ant infestation in half of my office (not my half, thank God), and we spent half of this morning blasting them with natural cleaner (bleach isn't allowed in school), putting down orange peels, and spraying peppermint. Then we found out that one of my coworkers is allergic to peppermint, and it can set off asthma attacks. O_o

At least the ants are dead/gone.

DesertBlack said...

So people, after we are completly brain dead from totally usless news and the US of A ia in hell with the handbasket ... any ideas to where we could move to live out the rest of our lives? Just asking.

diamond life said...

Still waiting on Chele to colonize BougieLand somewhere in the Caribbean.

Stank_0 said...

Somewhere in the Pacific? Only problem is that island will likely disappear if the sea level rises.

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