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November 04, 2012

PROFILES IN COURAGE, JOURNALISM

Honey Boo Boo's pet pig Glitzy braves Hurricane Sandy to appear on Anderson Cooper talk show in New York

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)

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Tell me, who else but Anderson is covering the important stories like this? And yet they canceled his show. There is no justice.

" ...Brought to you by Oscar Meyer. "

That's "MAyer", Clankie.

No wiener wagon ride for YOU today!

Am I the only one who still doesn't know who "Honey Boo Boo" is, or why I should?

FWIW, "journalists" like Anderson Cooper and Geraldo Rivera are big reasons why no one respects 24-hour cable news. Gawwwd.

Next week, Ms. Boo Boo's Greater Cane Rat will be on Wait Wait Don't Tell Me, answering questions about Existentialism, with hilarious consequences.

you're not alone, Spiny - is it like bunny foo foo?

all i know is i read Rosie O'Donnell wanted to give it a home -

that say's it all

I'm going to repeat what I told Jeff this morning when he sent me this article. If I had to choose between Honey Boo Boo and Glitzy, I'd pick Glitzy.


Honey Boo Boo and Anderson explain why America is in the present state...

Let's see -- Anderson gets the Pulitzer, and Glitzy gets the Congressional Medal of Honor, right?

NurseCindy: The difference is obvious. One is raised by a family of pigs, the other has four legs, and a sense of decency. After all, there are some things even a hog won't do. I wish I could say the same for Miss Boo Boo's mother.

Four words: Get them all therapy.

*Raises hand to join the HBBIB (Honey Boo Boo Ignorant Brigade)*

*WAY O/T - I was sincerely happy to see the how're-you-coping-up-there thread, and posted the following there:

Still waiting for power and internet. And phones. And sanity. (OK, last part has been missing for years, but .....)

Our house lost its chimney cap, but no tree damage or other destruction to our place. All around me, though, ..... yikes. And, as a former resident of Breezy Point (grew up there, left about four years ago), extreme yikes.

This is the first chance I've had to turn to entertainment stuff.

Thanks, everyone, for your concern, and hope all others are making out alright.

Take care Meanie. I'm glad to hear that you and your family are doing okay.

Thanks a lot, NC. Hope the nightmares were minimal for you.

Just shoot me.

Honey cured bacon.

I have another name for Glitzy: dinner.

Good to hear from you, Meanie, I haven't checked the blog to see how everyone's doing till now. My sister's close neighbor (central NJ) was killed by a tree.

Glad you are all OK, Meanie, and yikes - Breezy Point is seriously messed up. It really is miraculous that no one was killed in that fire.

Thanks again, all. Nice and warm and electric-y here at work.

How screwed up is that?

- for Meanie's electrically screwed up situation:

How many people from New Jersey does it take to screw in a light bulb?
Three. One to change the light bulb, one to be a witness, and the third to shoot the witness.

How many New Yorkers does it take to screw in a light bulb?
None of your f*ckin' business, get outta my way!

and. finally -

How many mice does it take to screw in a light bulb?
Only two, but the hard part is getting them into the light bulb.

Buddhist teaching: There are many paths to enlightenment.

Buddhist teaching update: Consider ones that do not pass through certain parts of Essex County, NJ.

(Thanks for the grins, ligirl).
*squeak!*

How many southern rednecks does it take to change a light bulb?
Three: One to change the light bulb, one to hold the beer, and a third one to yell, "Hey ya'll watch this!"
I'm very happy every blogger affected by the storm is doing okay.
I'm also very happy the election is tomorrow since everyone in N.C. is running for office not to mention we are, for some reason, a swing state.

*I'm nursecindy and I approved this message*

*nursecindy is a swinger - pass it on*

*ducks and covers*

Who is that other pig in the photo?

All right, just to add my two cents: How many psychiatrists does it take to change a light bulb? Only one, but the light bulb has to really want to change.

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