Friday, March 02, 2007

Spam Vs. PeaceBang on "Nightline"

Well, folks,
Looks like the segment is being held until next week. The "Sign of the Times" on NIGHTLINE tonight is about Spam. I kid you not. Spammety-Spam, wonderful Spam!

PeaceBang is heading off to bed, grateful to snuggle down after a long day without visions of her big television head to keep her awake and obsessing.

That will apparently happen at some point next week.

I'm so sorry. I'm going to have to say that I won't even try to give you accurate updates, since even Nancy who wrote and directed the piece doesn't have control over all of this.

I love you for your excitement and support,
Sorry that we're all disappointed this evening.
It will be on sometime within the week.



Blogger ronia the resilient said...

So now I'm bummed... I was looking forward to the Peacebang spot. I'll have to keep watching now!


12:03 AM  
Anonymous carolinedivine said...

Only for you would I watch late-night tv news! Bummer. And to think we had to put up with a feature story on skinny models! (Which, granted, is an important health issue. It was pretty horrifying -- though superficial as reporting goes. No medical experts. Very fluffy.) As for the spam story, oy.

I'll be away for a week somewhere quiet and will be fasting from blog life and webby things in general, and likely from television too, so I'm hoping for YouTube or something when I return...


12:16 AM  
Anonymous Amy - said...

Spam... the bane of bloggers everywhere... Who knew it would go this far? ;)

8:54 AM  
Anonymous Philocrites said...

While we wait — how long, O Lord? — there's always Fashion Week in God with Samantha Bee from last Monday's "Daily Show with Jon Stewart." Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori gets upbraided for her digital watch, Moqtada Al Sadr gets some facial hair advice, and Versace launches a line of clergy outfits inspired by His Holiness B16's hot personal secretary.

9:36 AM  
Blogger Anita said...

Will you, or someone in your world, be able to post the Nightline spot on YouTube? That would be ever so convenient.

11:26 AM  
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2:48 PM  
Anonymous jinnis said...

The Fashion Week in God was excellent! And I thought of Beauty Tips when the good bishop flashed her timepiece.

I was half expecting Nightline to have Beauty Tips as a companion piece. Too bad. I'll keep watching.

3:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Doggerel from a Fan

Each Nightline is a holy Nightline.
Sisters and Brothers sitting before the Tube feel glory in the sight of PeaceBang in all her wonder being shown to the world.
They ask, "When will our wait end, or will it ever end?"
Each Nightline is a holy Nightline,
A time for singing,
A time for wondering,
A time for worshipping.

with apologies to Sophia Lyon Fah-bulous!

A Woman of the Cloth

2:16 AM  

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