2006 was a year of intrigue for BuboBlog. The brand came under attack when a French site decided to use the same name. (I meant to send a cease-and-desist letter, but I wasn't sure how much postage to use.)
I also took some bold positions in 2006, such as questioning the validity of quicksand.
In an ill-conceived attempt to stir up controversy, I created an anti-BuboBlog site: BuboBlog Sucks. Controversy was not stirred up.
My bookclub sought (unsuccessfully) to challenge another bookclub to a dance-off. We used the picture to the left, which apparently didn't entice any takers.
In other news, my proposed slogan for the 49ers was rejected, as was my idea for a Quizno's sandwich.
I caught up with Jesus in age, but fell short in other areas.
We celebrated the 100th anniversary of the 1906 quake.
The Examiner falsely accused Doctor Who in a headline:
GETS 7 YEARS"
Our neighborhood never ceased to entertain.
I compared New York and San Francisco, with Ess Eff coming out No. 1 in the crazy-homeless category.
I nursed Birdie the pigeon back to life, only to see him fail to cheat death a second time.
And Ed Jew kept us on the lookout for unintentionally offensive headlines.
"Jew Victory Reflects Splits Among Democrats"
"Jew Scores Big in Choosing Meskunas as Aide"