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June 29, 2005

Friends in low places

I'm backing a lobbying campaign to make David Horwitz discover Pandagon and add Jesse and Amanda to his Network.

They've got potential. I really think they could go all the way this season. Except for one little thing:

Is it that a passed out Panda banner doesn't really strike fear into the hearts of liberal-haters everywhere? Maybe if we replaced it with one that had fangs and blood dripping from its mouth.--Amanda

Problem solved:

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There's apparently more to learn about Pandas than I ever imagined.

I nearly cried laughing at those---I'm not sure which is funnier.

Too bad those images are almost surely under copywright or I think I have the makings for a Cafe Press shop.

Thanks for the plug. ;)

Alternate titles:

"Dude, Wrong Geographic Landscape!"
and
"The Strange, Terrible World of Joey Heatherton"

I nearly cried laughing at those---I'm not sure which is funnier.

If you loved the killer panda, go to www.superdickery.com and click on "Image Galleries" to see a huge bunch more. That is from whence it came.

It also has absolute, conclusive proof that Superman is a dick, not to mention a Jimmy Olsen drinking game. Literally days of fun.

Thanks Mnemosyne, those are rich! "Days of fun" indeed!

Hah, the bottom one in particular is a classic...

Wouldn't we have to build a labyrithn for the offspring of woman-on-panda passion?

From a website of a collector of books of the Panda Bear Passion genre. He notes a recent acquisition of a book by the same author.

I also remember a comment by John Holt, the educator, where he said that you could teach young men to read quite quickly if you gave them pornography.

"3.  Private Club, by Orrie Hitt (Beacon Books #232, (c) 1959) - Mr. Hitt was possibly the most prolific author in the history of paperback sleaze, having cranked out books at the average of one every two weeks during much of the fifties and sixties.  His name was so widely recognized by, er, afficionadoes of this sort of literature that publishers hired other authors to ghostwrite books under his name well into the seventies.  The story whereby I purchased this book and five others much like it (including Private Chauffeur, below) is too good not to relate - I went to a church book sale and was perusing the paperbacks when I noticed a flash of yellow out of the corner of my eye.  It proved to be eight fifties-vintage paperbacks in dead mint condition, always a happy discovery.  When I went to the checkout table, the man behind the cashbox smiled and said, in a heavy Russian accent, "Ah, de sleazy ones!  I poot togedder!  I know someone like you come along!  When I come to dees country, I learn to read English from such book!""

Wouldn't we have to build a labyrithn for the offspring of woman-on-panda passion?

Haven't we come further than that in 3000 years? We must not look with fear on our Panda-sapien friends.

This is the best comic book cover ever:

http://members.aol.com/jgb1soc/loislane.jpg

I hope to actually read it someday.

I truly loved my Panda Bear when I was little - but not like that! He didn't have fangs, either.
Those are brilliant!

Does anyone remember the Daily Show ep, focusing on Jeff Gannon and bloggers, where Stephen Colbert "admitted" to killing a panda and said he was confessing to pre-empt websites such as "www.colbertkilledapanda.com"?

Do you think it was a shout-out to Pandagon? I mean, they mentioned Atrios, Kos and Americablog on that same show...

I'm gonna guess that it was not a shoutout to Pandagon, unless Pandagon has suddenly become the primary referent of "panda" without my noticing.

This comic strip also seems relevant.

I don't think it was a reference to Pandagon. We get a lot of traffic, but not like those guys.

I think the PVP Panda is a long-running gag. Still, nice synchronicity.

Does anyone remember the Daily Show ep, focusing on Jeff Gannon and bloggers, where Stephen Colbert "admitted" to killing a panda and said he was confessing to pre-empt websites such as "www.colbertkilledapanda.com"?

"In my defense, Jon -- it was dark, I was drunk, and it was delicious!"

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