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Mike's Blog

To boldly blog what no man has blogged before. Enjoy at your own risk!!

Thursday, September 15, 2005

Britney's Baby

Britney Spears has her monkey baby. Truly a comedy goldmine! It just goes to show that with hard work (on your back), being totally classy (white trash), and finding the perfect man (to blow through all that is left of your earnings from all your lousy albums) anyone can chase their dreams and bring life (read: waste of) into this world.

I can just see it in a couple of months when all the money is gone and the Federline's are back in Humpurunkle, Louisiana. All the kids running around with permanant Kool-Aid mustaches...Britney preggo with her 4th...their Ferrari up on blocks in the yard. Ah, the simple life!

The insane, every-little-detail coverage has reached a new high (LOW) when I am forced to come out of the woodwork and make fun of it. We need to round up all the people in the world that were genuinely excited to hear the news of Britney's monkey being born, put them on a bus, and drive it off a cliff. This may seem harsh, but I assure you it will make the world a better place in the long run. Who am I kidding, IN THE SHORT RUN EVEN! Anyway, that's my two pennies.


  • Mon Sep 26, 05:38:00 PM CDT
    Blogger Mike Overall sat naked at the computer and typed…

    What would be more awesome then a DNA text confirming Britney and K-fed were blood-related...and they have a kid together...guarantee someone will bring this to light.

    (On redneck Jeopardy)

    Brit & Kev: "We'll take Roadkill for $200."

    The answer is: the neck.

    "What's the best part of the squirrel?"


    (shotguns fire in background)

    Good times

    Mike Overall


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Sunday, September 11, 2005

Never Forget

So I am back at blogger blogging. Everyone can think Mike Harrison who left me a comment after stumbling upon my blog. If it wasn't for him I might not have made it back to post an entry.

Al and I watched The Flight That Fought Back about United Flight 93 that went down in Pennsylvania on September 11th. If you guys missed it I strongly recommend trying to catch a rerun of it. They are bound to show it several more times. It really brings into perspective the lives that were lost and the courage of everyday people faced with adversity. It makes me analyze how I would react to something like that. Either dealing with it first hand like they did on the airplane or living with the loss of a loved one who was aboard.

The movie took me back to that day, complete with all it's emotions. Otherwise I think I would have gone through today like any other day. Sure I knew it was September 11th and just like every September 11th since, I thought about what happened four years ago and wondered if "they" would every try anything again on this day (or any day for that matter). But I was too lax today and I hadn't thought about the lives that were lost and the familes effected by the greatest American tragedy of my lifetime. So as the last minutes of September 11th wind down, I say a prayer for the men and women who paid the ultimate price 4 years ago and for their families who continue to suffer...may God instill peace in their hearts.



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