1/15/2007

A Neighbor's View Of The OnThe Border Line Bloggers


7 comments:

High times said...

The neighbor across the street told me those nuts were stoked..mmmmm I mean
smoked!!

Hef said...

Looks like Carnac's face isn't going to make it past the school district's pornography filter again. Thankfully, I'm unfiltered.

CANRAC said...

Read "Uncommon Insight". As usual the post omitted some of the orginal post, giving the reader the wrong impression. Then again, isn't that what OTBL is all about.

Now they blame Hudson no longer hanger banners and charity losing money on the "Vote Yes" faction in the school referendum. Does anybody doubt for a minute that the "NO" faction wouldn't have hung a banner had they thought of it first?? Then again crappy plywood and duct tape doesn't make a very good banner, and "Vote NO" takes some hard concentration in printing.

Support Hudson Schools said...

Has anyone ever read one positive thing about Hudson Public Schools or the School district on OTBL?
Maybe why that's why they hate HSO so much. They actually publish the good things the schools and a lot of private groups are doing for and with the kids in Hudson. When you're whole life revolves around finding the negative in everything and trying to tear down what is positive, old plywood and moldy paint are the appropriate media to spread your message of destruction, resentment and envy.

666 said...

At OTBL, they don't have the flexibility of looking at the overall picture and identifing goods and bab points. It's either all good or all bad. They don't what to confuse their readers (or maybe reader) with the slightest possibility that there might be a patch of gray. There is no room to compromise.

sister vivian said...

Sixie,

I don't what to be the one to tell you this but if I were a borderliner your comment would be all "bab".
That built in spell checker in Firefox 2 could make you guys look a whole lot babber..I mean better.

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