Monday, November 07, 2005

Scooped!

I was going to post about this, but I got beat by The Animal Club's own MIke "Baz" Balzer.

All this journalist can do is apologize. In the course of researching the story, I got caught up in lunch and crossword puzzles. You deserve better, the readers of Elephant Larry's Group Blog. It will never happen again.

For the record, it IS hot, yes.

5 comments:

Chris S. said...

Putting the Dallas Cowboy cheerleaders to shame! They're gonna have to step it up in Big D now.

This G-rated reenactment represents the action inside the stall or the fistfight thereafter. Reader's choice.

Speaking of reader's choice, check out this stat from ESPN as of a minute ago:

MOST SENT
1. Cheerleaders charged after alleged sexual escapade - 4,239
2. T.O., Hugh Douglas engaged in fisticuffs - 252
3. Deerly departed: Man kills buck with bare hands - 228

Adam said...

This was Fox News' lead-off story last night. LEAD-OFF.

I believe it was introduced like this: "Two NFL cheerleaders caught in the shower together are arrested... and you'll never guess what they did next!!!"

Fox News: Bringing you Fair and Balanced Speculations about the Sexual Acts of Cheerleaders For Over Two Decades.

PS: Interestingly enough, if you typed "how old is fox news" into Google, these are the first phrases that pop up:

-"This is a 12-year-old girl, for crying out loud."

-However, the 15-year-old shadow warrior, Cal Geiser, was apparently just doing his...

-Selma Blair went to an old psychiatric hospital and put a live rat in her mouth.

-Since the Iraq conflict began on March 20, Fox News has been on a mission to legitimize it.

-How old is Fox News' Neil Cavuto? Because he writes like a child.

-And, after trying it out, America asked to have the old flavor back...

baz said...

thanks for the backup. i was hoping it was hot.
- mike "baz" "scoop" balzer

brian said...

Does this mean Fox News has cut back on their Oregon free speech coverage that ALWAYS leads with a clip of gyrating strippers?

baz said...

also, had the espn journalist written a more detailed article, maybe with some descriptions of the sexual escapade, you wouldn't have been so easily distracted by eating or entertaining your brain.

i mean really, what are the odds that an article about something that hot could be so bland? fneh®*!

*fneh is a registered trademark of PhantLar productions.