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From the Department of Lesser Superheroes

by Bunk X ( 92 Comments › )
Filed under Humor, OOT, Open thread, Satire at January 9th, 2012 - 11:00 pm

Feeling grumpy? No energy? Everything seems to be bottled up inside and you need a release? Well, take a tip from me: Call EneMan!

When EneMan is on the scene, evil doers take their lumps and get what they deserve in the end. He’ll never leave his buddies behind, and he always gets to the bottom of the problem. Chicks dig EneMan.

Some may conclude that this post is in poor taste for such a class website such as The Blogmocracy, butt let your thoughts flow freely in the comments section.

Other blogs may talk trash, but we give you the straight poop on
The Overnight Open Thread.

Great Holiday Gift Idea: CJs Photography Keepsakes

by Bunk X ( 59 Comments › )
Filed under Art, Blogwars, Humor, LGF, OOT, Open thread, Satire at December 11th, 2011 - 11:00 pm

Seems like I’ve been gone for a week after visiting The Land of The Buckeyes and The Bearcats. It was pure time travel for me, and I’m still reeling from the odd foggy familiarity of places and people that I hadn’t seen in many decades.

Last Wednesday I was signing some legalwork, and asked what the date was. One person remembered that it was Pearl Harbor Day, while his assistant clarified that it was also Johnny Bench’s birthday. JB and Pete Rose are still revered as Sub-Gods in that region (under Woody Hayes, Sparky Anderson and Paul Brown, of course). But none of that has anything to do with this post.
Someone we all know and love has discounted one of the most popular calendars of all time, and there are hundreds stacked up in the corner of his bedroom available for a small percentage of the original price. The percentage is so low, he’s willing to pay someone to take them off his hands. I think we’ve stumbled upon a great bargain.

The Web’s worst high-functioning autistic photographer, Charles Foster Johnson, has made it possible for you, yes you, you lucky sod to actually stare at his vacant snapshots for an entire year. Yes, lucky dogs, it’s Little Green Footballs – The LGF 2010 Photo Calendar!!!!!

“Now available at Lulu.com in time for Christmas and the New Year — the Little Green Footballs 2010 Calendar, featuring 13 beautiful high resolution versions of photographs I’ve posted at LGF. It’s $24.99, Lulu.com handles all the printing and shipping, I get 10 bucks, and they get the difference. Not a bad deal for all involved.”

“Not a bad deal…” if you favor pedestrian snapshots of flat color, a personal world that is utterly bereft of any human face, or snapshots chilled in the crippled sensibility of a person who has “the brain of a bass player” and the eye of an albino cave-dwelling newt.

[Commentary and snapshot above courtesy American Digest.]

I took the liberty of copying the image (with the cryptic title “October 2010”) and enlarging it a bit, just to help another fellow blogger sell outdated calendars with bland uninspired amateur photographs on The Overnight Open Thread.

Pure Awesome.

by Bunk X ( 116 Comments › )
Filed under Art, Blogwars, Diary of Daedalus, Food and Drink, Humor, LGF, Links, OOT, Open thread at November 16th, 2011 - 11:00 pm

It’s also purely coincidental that we found that image of a WereSlug last night and scheduled it to follow a story about LGF’s Killgore Trout.

The connection might not be obvious to those who don’t know/don’t care about LGF or KT, but for those who are curious, here’s a linky; more on Killgore’s nasty chicanery here. As for slugs, there’s an amazing video here.

But back to the WereSlug. Kid’s got this guy beat by a mile, and I hope he gets all he can eat from KT’s kale patch during The Overnight Open Thread.


by Bunk X ( 104 Comments › )
Filed under Blogmocracy, Blogwars, Diary of Daedalus, Humor, LGF, OOT, Open thread at October 2nd, 2011 - 11:00 pm

That was pure awesome, courtesy of The Blogmocracy and Diary of Daedalus’ Boiler Room Crew.

With that out of the way, we resume our regularly scheduled program known fondly as The Overnight Open Thread.