The LOGblog Blog

The Blog for LOGblog: The Blog for LOG

Tuesday, April 20, 2004

LOG's dead.

Saturday, April 10, 2004

The Blogs Are Dead

And I no longer love you guys.

Tuesday, April 06, 2004


Andy has received the prestigious MIS Award today.

Congrats, Andy, and tell the Provost we said 'hi'.

The LOG Blog Blog: The Blog for LOG Blog (The Blog for LOG)

Start posting more, jerks!

Sunday, April 04, 2004

LOG To Be Renamed 'LOB'

LOGblog: The Blog for LOG is now a centralized hub of complaints and bickering. To reflect this, the administration is considering renaming LOG 'LOB': the Loyal Order of Bitching. While this has not been confirmed, members have already (anonymously) cited the admittance of female members into LOG as a possible reason for the current problems.

LOGblog: The Blog for LOG Logs Back On

A press release from the administration of the LOGblog: The Blog for LOG announces that the LOGblog has logged back on for new logging. Enjoy the blog, LOG.

Saturday, April 03, 2004

Quick Question

Did you ever find bugs bunny attractive when he put on a dress and played a girl bunny?

Moratorium on LOGblog

UPDATE on LOGblog posting Moratorium: Contrary to the LOG blog blog's previous report, the moratorium on posting on the LOGblog is not due to poor administration or technical difficulties. Rather, the administration over at the LOGblog: The Blog for LOG felt it was necessary to suspend all posting activities to prevent tempers from flaring further than necessary. They apologize for the inconvenience. Posting should resume within one business day.

The LOG Blog: The Blog for LOG SUSPENDED?

We here at the The LOG Blog Blog: The Blog for LOG Blog (The Blog for LOG) are ALWAYS up and running. Shame on the admin over there!

Friday, April 02, 2004

So confused

Who is this Natalie character everyone keeps talking about? BTW, has anyone seen Elie Weisel, I really need to "talk" with him...

Thursday, April 01, 2004

Congratulations Natalie... or not?

The recent pick of Natalie as roomate of the month was met by criticism and strong (private) protestations from several members of LOG.

"That bitch," said Holly Pavlick. "I bet she bought her way in."

Debbie had more to say. "Well, on the LOG Blog I posted that it was a good decision. But I was just doing that to be polite. I mean, really, was picking her a joke or something?"

More on this story later.