Wednesday, September 22, 2004

Recycled: Ballad of the 101st Keyboarders

Thanks to last week's Blogomania posting about Mr. Parlock we've gone well past 100,000 hits on the Rising Hegemon since early July when we redid the site. Of course, 40,000 plus of those came in one day -- but nonetheless there has been a rush of new visitors. To welcome them -- those I haven't banned at least -- I give those new visitors a little song, posted on the former site last June.

(to the tune of "Ballad of the Green Berets")

Flying fingers on PC or macs
Never served, but who needs facts?
Men who blog just what Dubya Orders
Flacid men, the 101st Keyboarders

Cheeto Dust upon their clothes
Most are men, but all are hos.
A Hundred-One Keys upon their lap
But only one, can be InstaCrap

Have to live, in Efficiencies
Fought no wars, 'cept accountancy
Men who blog, by night and day
Courage peaks as they type away

Porno Tapes upon the screen
They pound away, use words like meme
Men who blog, the darker roads
And place on ad, on Milky Loads

At home inflatable wife awaits
keyboardin' man, accepts his fate
He has cried, his soul repressed
Never to touch a woman's breast

"Mom, put extra bleach on my underwear
Use softener too and have a care"
I'll be wedgied soon by Kerry voters
But I'll blog on, a 101st Keyboarder.

The new Crusade, is so keen
Torture pics, blowin' off steam
We who blog, upon the Corner
We souless creeps, 101st Keyboarders

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