Thursday, March 03, 2005
Let's Get Ready to Rumble!
So the fight's resolved and all's well with the world.
or so one would think...
The Clash in South Carolina made waves all the way to NYC, Texas, and Minnesota. That's right...Minnesota!
It seems that our little Lowcounty lovefest of bloggers has dopplegangers in other parts of the world.
But as the Highlander says, "There can be only one."
Bathroom Reading devised a great way to settle the argument of who are the kings and queens of this little hill.
So this week, Chucktown goes against Minnesota. Our topic is Dodgeball: Olympic Sport or Waste of Time? Little Miss Nobody, K-Lo, Jemima, and I will all be posting our thoughts, while simultaneously, in the Land that Time Forgot - and where Prince lives, bitches - they will be doing the same.
The Other Side stars:
MooCow at Bottling Up the Crazy, Jesster at Poor Role Model, Darkling_Child at First and Last and Always, Grend31 at Grend31’s Lair, and Mr. K at The Adventures of Mr. K
The gauntlet has been thrown...Stay tuned...
After looking at Carolina's contingent you can color me concerned (it's in the green section of the Crayola box right next to "sea foam".) (And apparently also color me alliterative)
You're a funny bunch of mofos.
I am no star. More like a smudge. I have no idea how I got lumped in with the likes of MooCow and Mr. K. There's obviously been some big frelling mistake here. I humbly bow to your massive blogitude and shall make with the running away bit now.
What? The Minnesotians (Minnesotites? Minnesotanauts?) are fleeing from us lil' ol' Charleston bloggers? Dang, y'all, it ain't so hard to get this crew all twisted up and turned around. Just substitute Cream O Wheat for our grits or cola for our sweet tea, and we run around like chickens with our heads cut off.
KS, LMN, Jem! They's a-feared! Time's a wastin', we better put our thinkin' caps on!
-KLo (who will tell no-one she really wants to live in Minneapolis with the Prince formerly known as Artist).
We're just trying to make you feel at ease, that's all. Didn't you see Fargo? Minnesotans are all about hospitality and fairness and all that. So sit down, put your feet up; I'll be back in a minute. (Now where did I put that wood chipper??)