Not the Boobs You’re Looking For

Before I start let’s get this out of the way:

Morgan Webb’s Boobs, Morgan Webb’s Boobies, Morgan Webb’s Breasts, Morgan Webb’s Big Knockers, Nude Nude Nude Morgan Web, Morgan Web Nasty Secret — NONE of which are here, but should put my blog up to #1 on the “Google search” for Morgan Webb’s Boobies. It is one, err two, white whales that shall propel this blog to the top! To the very top!

Note: NONE OF THE ABOVE ARE ON THIS SITE. PICTURES OF SUCH DO NOT EXIST. YOU’VE BEEN FOOLED BY AN EVIL EVIL MAN. NOW GO VISIT LEOVILLE AND BUG THE PEOPLE THERE FOR TOPLESS PICTURES OF LEO OR OUR MAIN PAGE FOR MORE PICTURES.

Sorry, the madness took over.

Watching “Call for Help” now. Brett Larson is doing a thing on speakers with a guy from EXTREME TECH.

I actually like this segment. I really think that TechTV needs a Sunday morning show. Something sleepy, slow paced, and much like this. Do 4 segments and an intro for an hour on common products — not the latest and greatest — but like the speaker segment — stuff that we should know about. The best keyboards, hard drives, etc. How to buy them, where to buy them, and how to put them in. Subjects that they cram into the other shows but there really isn’t a place to feature.

Something they can REPACKAGE AND SELL with a timeless quality for the year and a half or so that you can find the products.

Brett should host but for god’s sake, don’t spoil it with Cat. I don’t care who she has connections to, she’s the pariah of TechTV. I see her and want to change the channel. And no, it’s not a Sarah show. I mean do you REALLY want to wake up to that scowling face on a Sunday morning? I’m surprised that Kevin Rose hasn’t shot himself yet …

And for Christ’s sake, NO LEO.

On that note, I really thing that TechTV should start focusing on things that they can repackage and sell. I know that food and craft shows share a timeless quality that you don’t get with computers, BUT TechTV can learn a thing or two about how to produce a show about a subject or theme and keep the viewers hooked.

30-Minute Meals, for example, cooking show on how to get meals done in 30 minutes. I’ve learned more from this show in the past month and a half that I have in my 30+ years on the planet.

The format? 1 host and a subject. No guests. No “cool” tips. No cleavage. It is the antithesis of everything that TechTV puts on but it works. Why? Because it’s simple enough that anyone can approach it. It also can be packaged and resold on DVD and people BUY THIS STUFF. If I wasn’t making my own DVDs of it for a friend, I’d buy it too.

Alton Brown’s Good Eats. Another show with 1 host and subject. It’s funny without being obnoxious. Something that TechTV can learn from. No cleavage (did you know that TechTV hired Laura Swisher because she’s got nice boobs and she farts on stage? Did you want to know? I sure as heck didn’t …) and the humor is funny yet it gets the point across. Again, people BUY THIS STUFF. It’s HOT, it’s cheap to produce and it can be repackaged and put on PBS or early morning TV.

Stuff to think about …

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