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Tuesday, November 16, 2004
Yet another immature Miss Teen Oregon post
A few weeks ago, I ran a post on Kari Ann Peniche, 2003's Miss Teen Oregon/USA. In October, the beauty pageant kingpin, er, queenpin, was stripped of her crown after she stripped off her clothing for Playboy. Just by including the words "nude" and "Peniche" on the blog, the number of daily hits quadrupled for the week of 10/25.
So what's the purpose of this post? To see if lightening will strike twice, of course. I wonder if it will make any difference if include "nude" and "Peniche" more than once. Hmmm....
"Nude." "Peniche." "Nude." "Peniche." "Nude." "Peniche." "Nude." "Peniche." "Nude." "Peniche." "Nude." "Peniche." "Nude." "Peniche." "Nude." "Peniche." "Nude." "Peniche."
That should do it. If you've come to Welcome to Blog in search of nudity, sorry. If it's any condolence, if you check back in a few days though you may just get to see a picture of a pumpkin on fire.
With that out of the way, in an attempt to prevent this post from being too utilitarian, here's a comment I found in feedback for something dating back to mid-July. "You Are All Idiots" wrote in several weeks after a blurb on Brook Roberts, Miss Oregon 2004, was posted and went off on a bit of a tirade in reaction to these comments. Unfortunately, no one ever saw it.
Here it is, wrestled out of the depths of the internet for your viewing pleasure:
"I find your comments about someone you don't even know to not only be down right ridiculous but also hilarious... If you knew anything about this beautiful Miss Oregon, you would know that she is just about as bright a young woman as they come. It is unfortunate that you are all so insecure in yourselves that you must patronize someone who is outstanding both inside and out. Her dedication to helping abused children alone makes her two billion times the person that the rest of you must be. What have you done for others? If I were you, I'd stop talking negatively about successful people and attempt to find a life of your own. Maybe if you could find a way to be successful in your own right, you might appreciate and admire the success of others. Now, get off your couch, stop hugging that tree, put down your protest signs, break your marijuana habit, shave your socially-unacceptable body hair, take a shower, and go do something meaningful."
She's right. I really should shave my body hair, kick my pesky tree hugging habit and do something meaningful...like dress up like Barbie and smile until my face gets stuck in a perpetual smirk. The whole penis thing could be a bit of a problem though. Here's a belated thanks for your advice, YAAI!