Sunday, September 7, 2008

Cafe Press - JBlogger

Is your neighbor harboring a secret life?  Are the people you see on the streets and in stores your secrets friends?  Wouldn't it be cool to have some way to recognize fellow jbloggers?  Here's my idea of how to solve this problem.

18 comments:

  1. There's a JBlogger thong... lol.

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  2. wow, there's like a million stuff with JB on it. But yea, that is a cool idea. Would also spread publicity, people would ask what does JB stand for, and then you would get more people visiting your blog.

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  3. Jessica, that's in case your husband doesn't know. ;-)
    Really, I just did "add all".

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  4. I like that idea! Very cute.

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  5. Hmm. Seriously considering putting it next to my "Potter/Weasley '08"

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  6. Just sold a couple Say No to BO magnets and buttons.

    Seriously considering buying the JBlogger magnets and small pins and selling myself. $2 and $4.

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  7. how would people know what it means?

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  8. Well, the point is that outside people shouldn't know what it means.

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  9. Or people just might think you're a dyslexic M*A*S*H fan (B.J. Hunnicut)

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  10. How old are you? Even I didn't know that one.

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  11. Young. My mother loved M*A*S*H and we own the boxed set. FUNNY stuff.

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  12. I think I watched a few episodes. I mostly watched A-Team and Knight Rider in those days. Even watched Knight Rider in Italy in shul in Italian. Remington Steele, Married With Children, Full House, Charles in Charge, Happy Days. Though you'd never catch me watching one of those retarded soap operas.

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  13. You can watch the A-Team online...my mother liked that one too. A little cliched though.

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  14. Bad quality online. Tried downloading, hard to find. Yeah, it's very cliched. Each episode had the same format but it was fun to watch, especially when BA would assemble the episode's "special weapon" with the trademark music playing in the background. And then there was Howling Mad Murdock, who later went on to play pretty much the same character on Star Trek: The Next Generation.

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  15. If you don't download it, and just watch it, the quality is ok. You also forgot Face's smooth talking, and Hannibbals retarded get-ups "I love it when a plan comes together"

    I don't even know why I'm bothering here, I don't even like the show, I just happen to know it...

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  16. Fact of the matter is, I don't care about my neighbor's life. Whoever the neighbor is. I just don't deem him/her to be important enough :)

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