Monday, June 05, 2006

Did you see me on TV?

Sometimes I feel guilty that I got so much and others so little. Have you seen the latest Politics TV? Is it fair that someone with my writing ability should also be so good on camera? You know that bouncy lilt to my voice? You love it, right? I know!! I had to work on it 'til I got it just right. (I do it to keep you engaged as the words flow effortlessly, almost hypnotically, from my mouth.) Fortunately, thanks to your donations, the extra bandwidth we're getting with ARAVOSISblog 2.0 will allow me even more face time on your screen and in your homes. As I reach the pinnacle of the blogging world, I must find new mountains to conquer, and this blogger-activist is destined to be a household FACE as well as a household NAME. A great nation deserves more Johnny A-List!!

9 Comments:

Blogger beervolcano said...

Oh, thank GOD! Here I was thinking that I would only read your valiant activist prose. No, that's just not enough for me. I must see you on my computer screen to "put me over the edge" (so to speak). And it wouldn't be complete if you didn't put tag lines beneath your image that says things like "so and so points out that Bush's rhetoric points to..." Some would say that's overusing the word point, but I think it's poetic. Is that alliteration? I'm not sure since I don't have a law degree (unlike you of course).

5:01 PM  
Blogger Kate R said...

I missed it. Will there be reruns on CNBC maybe?

5:52 PM  
Blogger Everyday Activist said...

Johnny, I love your little nasal twange when you speak. Also, your enthusiasm bordering on mania I find endearing as well!

Nice to see you and Jenny Craig have become friends, as you have shed some of that middle age spread. Lovely pasel t-shirt. You are a looker, Johnny a real uber A list hottie!!!

5:52 PM  
Blogger Everyday Activist said...

I meant pastel t-shirt, no wonder I am
not an A list blogger. So when are you going to take the bar?

5:53 PM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Yeah I did see you on TV and sistah, you need to hold off a little bit longer on that ARAVOSISblog 2.0 and maybe drop some bucks at your local tailor.

Don't hate me cause I'm beautiful. I just know fashion, and I certainly know fashion don'ts.

7:57 PM  
Anonymous adcmo said...

Oh Lord, I missed an appearance by Johnny A? Was he outing people? Did he ever give back all that money he made from the Republican Senator? I hate being out of the way cool DC gay loop like this. Makes me feel like a big...grrrrlll.

8:07 PM  
Blogger beervolcano said...

It's day two of "Happy Sodomy Day!" And as Joe noted, today is June 6, 2006 - better known as 666. Can't think of a better day for the revenge of the gays.


Oh, man. You are SOOOO funny! It's like you're doing Leslie Neilsen better than he does! Day Two of Sodomy Day! Let me wipe the tears from my eyes.

Chris from Paris: The Maginot Line in France was built in between the wars last century in an attempt to block the Germans and Italians from invading. Of course, the problem was that the Germans just went around the Maginot Line, making it an incredible waste of time, money and resources. The GOP is proving once again that they can't learn anything from history as they fortify the southern border of the US to stop the "invasion" from the south.

Damn, Chris. We're just not refined enough to know our French history and learn lessons from it about Republican politics. I'm so glad you post these enlightening thoughts on the internet. We'd all be lost without them.

Anybody wanting to know more about who these "ex-gay" groups are need to no further than a post I made a few weeks ago.

Yeah, if you didn't post it. I would never have seen it. So we have you to thank for exposing these bastards, not CNN. Really. I still didn't watch it, but I still have you to thank for bringing it to us.

3:54 PM  
Blogger Karen Zipdrive said...

Johnny A,
I think you should consider printing up a sofa-sized portrait of yourself for those of us who need a daily reminder of who our heroes are.
I'd pay $49.99 for an unmatted portrait in a mailing tube.
Anyone agree?

6:15 PM  
Anonymous Rita said...

I think Karen has a wonderful idea. My family needs a constant, visual reminder of a national hero gracing the walls of our home. Count us in! Oh, and if one of those stand-up, cardboard images becomes available, too, we'd be over the moon!

12:35 AM  

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