The Bunchionary

Friday, December 4, 2009

Saturday, July 5, 2008

The Bunchionary: Now Music Enabled

The Bunchionary is pleased to announce that it is now music-enabled, taking this blog from 2001 all of the way to 2006.

The Bunchionary Staff is pleased that its years of study have allowed us to make this technological upgrade.

Look for other features in the future.

Monday, June 23, 2008

So, Where Exactly Is Waldo?

Have any of the Bunchionary's 4.3 readers seen Waldo today?

Thursday, May 29, 2008

Here's your damn beach picture "Anonymous" !!!

The Bunchionary Staff sincerely hopes your day improves.

... The Bunchionary Staff

Monday, May 19, 2008

Ahhh.... Summer

As of Monday, it is officially Summer. Yes, the Bunchionary realizes that the calendar, Druids and weathermen all disagree, but if Bobby Flay says its the start of summer, it is the start of summer. And that means the return of The Bunchionary. So to ourselves, in a nod to self indulgence, we say "welcome back".

Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Flagophile Recount?

The Bunchionary has found itself in a quandry when it found that its first (and to date, only) Flagophile Winner, Neil Diamond, has contributed to torture of terror suspects. The right side of the Bunchionary would like to commend him for his act of patriotism, while the left side of the Bunchionary would like to commend him for his hair.

Thankfully, this is an isolated incident, although this calls into question any future honors being bestowed upon Barney.

Tuesday, February 5, 2008

Super Tuesday Extravaganza!!!

The Bunchionary prides itself on itself on its political coverage, and by committing itself to buy a copy of tomorrow's Los Angeles Times, will in so doing spend more on political coverage than LA's paper of record (if you discount LA Weekly).

That is why the Bunchionary is proud to bring you the following: a list of United States Presidents by intrinsic comedy value. You may ask why the Bunchionary would break one of its central tenents and actually discuss politics, but as long as we keep the discussion centered around presidents who have been out of office for more than fifty years we can avoid scorched earth politics and instead discuss how funny William Howard Taft remains almost one hundred years later.

How funny is Taft?

Taft once sent a telegram to Washington, D.C. that read, "Went on a horse ride today; feeling good;" Secretary of War Elihu Root replied, "How's the horse?"

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