Monday, December 04, 2006

Headed for the Frisco Bay


Good morning, faithful readers.

It may appear that I've up and disappeared on you, but I'm simply on a blogging sabbatical while I wrap up my internship, search for a new job, drink eggnog and gingerbread lattes, drop my jaw at Britney's underwear-free antics, and pack up my room for my move to San Francisco. Yes, Blue Jean Amy LA Lady will no longer be come Friday. So speaking of which, I guess I need to change my name. Any suggestions? Something about...flowers in my hair? Heading for the Frisco Bay? Leaving my heart behind? I'm stumped. Please help. Thank you.

3 comments:

  1. Anonymous7:26 PM

    how about Bay City Roller... (by the way, no one calls it Frisco any more)

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  2. Anonymous9:49 PM

    Kudos, kudos to 'anonymous' for the consistently high unintentional comedy from BJA's biggest closet crush-case. Apparently our little one's repertoire of chirrups lost its Otis Redding lyrics along with the long MIA senses of irony and humor.

    Even if the LA Lady takes her heart up north to become the Frisco Kid, hopefully she won't change a thing. I think it's safe to say that more than a few faithful readers love the consistent influx of half-tarded comments posted by those struggling to understand what's going on. Just something about it sort of tragically funny - like watching a monkey try to hump a watermelon.

    And anyway - someone's got to keep reaffirming the reasons inbreeding is discouraged. Keep it up 'anonymous'. You're scaring us all straight.

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  3. Anonymous9:59 AM

    wow, CC, defensive much? worried BJ Amy can't take care of herself?

    At any rate, you've actually got it wrong. The comment was written with a pure heart and no malice or snarkiness was implied or should be inferred.

    It was an innocent suggestion. Because you doubt my intentions, here are my reasons for writing:
    1. Heading' for the Frisco Bay doesn't seem an appropriate name for the blog once she's already arrived. Plus, BJ Amy asked for suggestions.
    2. The Bay City Rollers - though they hail from Scotland - have a song that figures prominently in "So I Married an Axe Murderer" a lovely, campy, hilarious period-piece that takes place in San Francisco. Plus SF is a Bay City. And being a roller is cool, it connotes knowledge, power, and perhaps a suave sensibility (see: Tupac: "picture me rollin'" etc).
    3. The suggestion about Frisco is a helpful tip to a soon-to-be SF immigrant, nothing more, nothing less. The terrm is out-dated and can be annoying to SF residents; it's a dead give-away that you're a transplant. Rollers would not call it Frisco. Otis Redding doesn't even use the term any more because, well...he's been dead for almost 40 years, rest his blessed soul.

    So, take a deep breath, cc, and calm down. I'm not trying to insult your precious BJ. Yes, I'm a closet fan of BJ Amy because I like things that I know are bad. Like picking scabs. And I've come to have a certain affection for such things. My suggestion was genuine and made in attempt to be helpful.

    Plus isn't public debate healthy and fun? Even I would like to see a monkey hump a watermelon.

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