Tuesday, July 03, 2007

Our Control of the Media is Almost Complete

As other Big 12 teams continue to win actual games, Baylor has been quietly adding members to the mainstream media. Once in place they will simultaneously turn public opinion against our enemies and positively impact our recruiting efforts. BearMeat would like to welcome Richelle Carey (B.A. 1996). We look forward to her six part series, "If Austin's Water Doesn't Kill You, the Crumpling Buildings Certainly Will."

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Richelle was one of BearMeat's finest intern.



  • I could see her as a Baylor Belle.

    By Blogger Pat Neffistopheles, at 1:55 AM  

  • I remember you often day dreaming about a future together. I caught you on several occasions doodling "Pat Neffistopheles Carey" or "Mr. Pat Carey" on stray pieces of paper or a trembling intern's arm.

    By Blogger Judge Baylor, at 7:31 AM  

  • Oh, my sweet, sweet Richelle. How I still dream of our long, sensuous milk baths late at night in the ALICO while we sang "Ebony & Ivory." Those were the days - before we implemented our strict "no sexual relations" with interns policy (for legal reasons, of course), which has nearly been followed to the T.

    By Blogger Red Andrews, at 8:29 AM  

  • i'm wondering in what regard was she one of the finest interns. i think after reading these comments i can figure out at least one regard.

    By Anonymous texas alum, at 2:45 PM  

  • She was the finest of interns in many regards, dear TX Alumni/a. 1) She digitized our previously analog journal and put it on the interwebs. Before we were a blog, BearMeat was a newsletter for the Waco chapter of NAMBLA. 2) She successfully got a class-action law suit against BearMeat (filed on behalf of all former interns) thrown out of federal court thanks to her discovery of a grammatical mistake in the pleadings. 3) She demonstrated the Christian value of Agape love. 4) She paid us for the privilege of interning - about $250/wk. No intern has ever been so thoughtful.

    That and she introduced the concept of the "casting couch" for our elaborate intern screening process.

    So, we're not really as sexist as we seem, TX Alum.

    By Blogger Red Andrews, at 4:39 PM  

  • You may laugh, but this is pretty much how the right wing got control of the country. When Barry Goldwater was losing big and when the Republicans lost control of Congress for about a billion years, they were stacking the media with minions, and eventually turned it all around. It's a bit of a long term plan, but eventually it should Limbaugh-up America.

    By Blogger Richard Pittman, at 9:36 AM  

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