End of Days? My Personal #DailyJournal is out again!

10 Jan

OJ Label? Eat ur heart out!

“Put together with concentrates from @ESPN, @FJPalacio, those tweeting last night about #BAMA, #SEC #BCSChampionship and various other sources…”

[CUT TO NEWS SEGMENTS ABOUT #SOPA-POCALYPSE]

“… And in other news, recent shutdowns from major sites prompted many to believe that the world had ended when they were unable to poke, like, comment or tweet their #Tweeps…”

[CUT TO MAYHEM SHOTS… PEOPLES RUNNIN’N’SCREAMIN:]

“My #Facebook! I can’t change my cover photo three times today! Nooooo!”

[BACK TO NEWS DESK]

And others thought the world had also ended as their devices stopped talking back at them, causing a surge of hysteria!

[IMAGINES ORSON WELLES SCARIN’ THE BEEJEZUS OUT OF SOME FOLKS BACK IN THEM AM RADIO DAYS…]

[SATISFIED SMILE!]

There! And I did not even have to talk about the weather!

[LOGSON TO 25-INCHER COMMAND POST… ADDS TWEETS-AS-COMMENTS… TICKLES SEARCH ENGINES…]

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4 Responses to “End of Days? My Personal #DailyJournal is out again!”

  1. fjpalacio 2012/01/10 at 08:27 #

    Okeeedokeee… ready for them RT’s, too?… what? not to post your Tweets to your blog?… sez who, again?

    @ESPN: Alabama’s playing bigger than a 6-point lead. RT @ESPNCFB #Alabama has 10 first downs so far. #LSU has 1.

    @FJPalacio A “mauling”?… Howzabout a Stampede of Pachiderms? #RollTide #Bama #SEC #BCSChampionship

    [AGAIN, WONDERING HOW ‘EM ‘SPIDERS’ WILL CRAWL THESE… NERDY CHUCKLES!]

    And there were a couple of VERY special ads, too!

    @FJPalacio: Surreally Real! “Yes” to that iPhone on the lap-of-the-fan! #Hilarious! #BCSChampionship Ads! (and when is #SuperBowlXLVI again, BTW?)

    Of course, we all #SEC Tweeps LUV’D this one!?

    “@ESPNStatsInfo: The SEC will get its 1st-ever loss in a #BCSChampionship Championship Game (currently 7-0).” using Calculus or Arithmetic?

    Too nerdy? yeah, maybe u should have seen ’em replies… (and ain’t that what ’em schools are also selling, BTW? a handle on how these numbers are created?)… #Actuarials on the #NCAA-F?… hahaha… think Gajillions!… how many bowls were there this year?… actually remember when going to THE bowl meant something besides naming rights, endless ad campaigns, and product placements!

    … BTW: How long do u think the person(s) who proposed that Halftime thing about ’em Five Field Goals in 60 Seconds will last at wherever that idea came from?… if there EVER was an #EPICFAIL!… haha!… gotta tweet this… BRB

  2. fjpalacio 2012/01/10 at 08:32 #

    Nice!… them tweets got properly embedded!… LUV ‘EM SPIDEYS!…

    Anyway, enough commenting here… GTG elsewheres, yeah, like run a few errands ON THE CAR!

    @ESPN: This image on repeat pretty much tells the story of tonight’s game (so far) –> http://yfrog.com/gyoe12j

    See y’all in August!… It was a season to remember, too… Good, Bad, Ugly, ask me again why I cheer more for them Student Athletes than them Professional Ones (Well, except Mr. T, fo’ sho’!)

  3. fjpalacio 2012/01/10 at 08:39 #

    … and Demographics aside, as the point is that #SOPA counterattacks are already underway along them Silicon Valleys of the world, just think about how some will react that day, even if the planned outages are as brief as they intend them to be… reference?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_War_of_the_Worlds_%28radio_drama%29

    “The War of the Worlds was an episode of the American radio drama anthology series Mercury Theatre on the Air. It was performed as a Halloween episode of the series on October 30, 1938, and aired over the Columbia Broadcasting System radio network. Directed and narrated by actor and future filmmaker Orson Welles, the episode was an adaptation of H. G. Wells’s novel The War of the Worlds.

    The first two thirds of the 60-minute broadcast were presented as a series of simulated “news bulletins”, which suggested to many listeners that an actual alien invasion by Martians was currently in progress. Compounding the issue was the fact that the Mercury Theatre on the Air was a “sustaining show” (it ran without commercial breaks), adding to the program’s realism. Although there were sensationalist accounts in the press about a supposed panic in response to the broadcast, the precise extent of listener response has been debated.

    In the days following the adaptation, however, there was widespread outrage and panic by certain listeners who had believed the events described in the program were real.

    ***The program’s news-bulletin format was decried as cruelly deceptive by some newspapers and public figures, leading to an outcry against the perpetrators of the broadcast. The episode secured Welles’s fame….***” (Ibid/Above URL)

    So if you remember @BonJovi raising from the dead… #StayTuned to your news, @HLNtv picked up on it yesterday, and don’t freak out… just pick up the phone and call your representative, perhaps?

  4. fjpalacio 2012/01/10 at 08:46 #

    … Googlin’ #SOPA…. apropos:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stop_Online_Piracy_Act

    …and the Outage?

    “Far from fading from memory, the Stop Online Piracy Act (along with a related Senate bill) has become a rallying point for Web freedom advocates in a debate that has pitted Hollywood and other business interests against some of the biggest titans of the technology world.” (CNN.com)

    http://articles.cnn.com/2012-01-06/tech/tech_web_sopa-web-piracy-act_1_foreign-websites-netcoalition-sopa?_s=PM:TECH

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