Sunday, July 15, 2007

Slow News Day at the ALICO

Readers,

We love you all so dearly. We apologize if some of our humor at times seems crude, offensive, or downright unacceptable. We have made our reputation by walking the thin line between terribly offensive content and good satire. If we have offended you it is out of our commitment to bringing shitz and gigglez to one and all, with the notable exception of Aggies (though they too may be entertained by our t.u. coverage).

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One Group That Loves Us: White Girls

With that we present a new Oso Amigo, K-State Sports & Beyond, who has recently included Baylor in their 12-part series, Tribute to Big12 Fanbases. The link is here. It's a little harsh and one-dimensional (reads a bit more like an indictment), but we can take it just as well as dish it out. Plus they do a good job of using images, which always counts for big points with us.

Also, CBS Sportsline releases a 10 Dirtiest [college football] Programs of All Time, which includes 4 of our traditional conference rivals (both SWC and Big12). See if you can guess who they are before clicking on this link. Hint: we really dislike one of the schools.

Sic 'em!

Red

7 Comments:

  • Man, the day you introduce me as an OsoAmigo, and I do my sarcastic tribute to you. That wasn't very good timing on my part. I'll try to make up for it with tomorrow's tribute to A&M.

    By Blogger TB, at 6:36 PM  

  • Any Aggie-bashing will more than make up for your Waco-k-bob post. Welcome to the BearMeat Alliance, TB!

    By Blogger Red Andrews, at 6:52 PM  

  • walking the thin line between terribly offensive content and good satire

    Much like Flight of the Conchords...

    By Blogger bluearmadillo, at 11:01 AM  

  • FOTC is terribly offensive? Really? Seems pretty mild-mannered (albeit hilarious) by BearMeat standards.

    Thanks for the analogy, though, as we would appreciate any comparison to those two comical Kiwis.

    Yours,

    Red

    By Blogger Red Andrews, at 10:09 AM  

  • I don't think FOTC is offensive at all. Just like BearMeat, they are witty and make be laugh out loud.

    What I meant to say is that the satirical intent should be apparent to anybody; two kiwi folkies singing a song like "Part-Time Model" is on its face absurd and should automatically make one laugh. Nobody should assume the lyrics are in earnest. Just like nobody should take literally what's written on a sports blog by three dead baptist academicians who loves themselves some white girls. In your case, some people apparently aren't getting the joke. Must be Aggies...

    BTW, I'm a new grad student at Baylor and have been reading your blog for several months. I'm a west coast transplant and I'm glad to see that central Texas is not wholly the conservative, humor-impaired backwater I feared it was.

    You even make Waco seem (almost) like a cool place!

    By Blogger bluearmadillo, at 8:16 PM  

  • Blue Armadillo:

    Welcome to Waco TX! I'm glad you've found some comfort in these BearMeats. Feel free to comment as much as the Spirit leads. Though you hail from the distant West, we welcome you with open arms to our Southern city (Southern because of the historic African American community, the cotton culture, and the readily available Sweet Tea at every restaurant).

    Perhaps your perspective will shed light on the great BearMeat Experiment. We have been faithfully fighting the good fight for nearly a year and hope to continue for as long as Bernard Rappoport's money will last us.

    Sic 'em & Waco We Do!

    Red

    By Blogger Red Andrews, at 10:02 PM  

  • Thankfully you are in Texas, where God and country are both subservient to the state. You will find that the sacred and profane are liberally mixed, particularly in Waco. Waco had legalized prostitution in a red light district called the "Reservation" until 1917 and basically has the only city park in Texas that you can shotgun a LoneStar tall boy without violating any city ordinances. Welcome, soon you will realize that Texas, once in your blood, like Jack Daniels will fill you with warmth and comfort and make you make odd purchases of uniquely shaped items of our state.

    By Blogger Judge Baylor, at 11:11 PM  

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