Wednesday, August 30, 2006

The Stephen Colbert "On Notice Board" Generator

I think this has been around for a while, but I just found the On Notice Board Generator over at almostinfamous's place. Here's my current board:

And I'm not kidding about the last one. Time for me to reverse the last few months of pork snorkeling and XBox playing and get back to sweatin' to the oldies (which in my case, means Bon Scott era AC/DC).


teh l4m3 said...

B-b-but, I thought that just meant there was more of you to lurve?

bjkeefe said...

Thanks for the link, which I naturally swiped right away. (With attribution, of course!)

I thought you might like to know, if you don't already, about a similar game with a different backdrop. Check out Ronald McHummer.

My output from R. McH. lives here.

Great blog, Brando. Keep up the good work. Ditto to TLB.

Brando said...

Teh, it's really not that bad. I am just annoyed because I had done a pretty good job of keeping off the weight I lost a couple years ago, but a crazy work schedule the last few months has led to a lot of bad eating and not enough exercise. I just finally reached the "enough is enough" point.

Brendan, thanks! I'll have to add you to the blogroll.

scruffylooking said...

I'm right there with you on that. last Spring I wrote a Dear John letter to my winter pelt, but apparently, it didn't work.

Anonymous said...

First of all, I'm in love with Stephen Colbert and I plan to run away with him.

That being said -- how cool is the whole "On Notice" thing? I love it! I have yet to do my own "On Notice" notification.

I'm slow at work today. Maybe I'll do it!

Brando said...

The Colbert Report is awesome and I think it's eclipsed The Daily Show. DS is very consistent, and Stewart is perfect in that position, but I feel like Colbert's show tends to take more chances and comes up with some incredibly wacky ideas. "Better Know a District" is my personal favorite, it almost always kills.

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