Thursday, August 18, 2005

This Blog Suddenly Gets Prettier

Before leaving for a tennis and lifting session tonight, I just wanted to show Frank Turk what a real woman looks like. You see, he's been giving me all sorts of flak for considering a 1960's Barbara Feldon my Babealicious Babe of Babe-acity.

And who can resist a mod hairdo on a woman in a trenchcoat?

By the way, one of the people in the crack Pedantic Protestant Photo Division happened to catch Frank attempting to blog:

No wonder he's so often confused!


Blogger centuri0n said...

Missed it -- by this much.

Thursday, August 18, 2005 8:39:00 PM  
Blogger Pedantic Protestant said...

But I get an "A" for effort, right?

Apart from the videos of you mowing your lawn shirtless that somehow leaked onto the internet, I believe the PP blog is the biggest reason why you're nearly a household name by now.

Serve is in your court, Big Boy.

Thursday, August 18, 2005 10:48:00 PM  
Blogger centuri0n said...

I've not seen the video -- I was unaware that I had been lifted up to the same level of interest that the blog-reading public has in Brittney's pregnant belly and Paris', um, cell-phone recordings.

FWIW, site meter says that Phil Johnson is the reason I'm a household name on the internet -- he's the #2 referring site. Are you ready for the really sick part? The #1 referring site is bookmarks -- about 50% of my readers have my front page bookmarked so they can see what I said today.

However, I still value your 7 links in the ecosystem rankings, so I'll lay off the Napoleon Dynamite comparisons for a while.

Did you want me to say something about your lightsaber duels with Catholics here of late? I think it's a classic case of Black Knight syndrome: you have cut off all their limbs and have left them a bleeding stump, and they are howling, "tis but a scratch!"

Friday, August 19, 2005 10:54:00 AM  
Blogger Pedantic Protestant said...

Wow. Frank is checking out his stats. Why is Frank popular? Who is saying what about Frank? Who is linking to Frank? Pretty narcissistic there, Big Boy.

At this point, I'm expecting you to have blog entries describing what Centuri0n thinks about Centuri0n's feelings regarding Centuri0n fans who defend Centuri0n against the anti-Centuri0n detractors who don't like Centuri0n and say mean things about Centuri0n, causing Centuri0n to realize that this is just part of Centuri0n's calling, nay, duty, in life.

Friday, August 19, 2005 12:18:00 PM  

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