(An adaptation of "bile." from The Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia. © 1994, 2000, 2001, 2002 on Infoplease.com. © 2002 Family Education Network. 19 Jun. 2003 <http://www.infoplease.lycos.com/ce6/sci/A0807561.html>.)
bile, bitter alkaline fluid of a yellow, brown, or green color, secreted, in man, by the liver.
BileBlog, bitter alkaline Hani of a #FFFF00, #990000, or #00FF00 color, secreted, in humour, by a blogger.
Bile, or gall, is composed of water, bile acids and their salts, bile pigments, cholesterol, fatty acids, and inorganic salts. In man it is stored in the gall bladder and, in response to the action of the hormone cholecystokinen (whose secretion by the intestine is stimulated by the presence of food), is secreted via the cystic and common ducts into the duodenum.
BileBlog, or HeSureHasSomeGall, is composed of "must die", and "it sucks" and those sorts, cholesterol, fatty targets and inorganic posts. In freeroller.net it is stored under /page/fate and, in response to any action of "my friend has a blog" or "my project so and so is very cool, download it" (whose secretion onto java.blogs by the uninteresting is stimulated by the presence of xml-feeds), is secreted via the RSS and RDF ducts into the duodenum.
The bile salts aid in digestion by emulsifying fats, enabling the absorption of fats and of the fat-soluble vitamins (A, D, E, and K) through the intestinal wall. Since unabsorbed fats tend to coat other foods and prevent the action of digestive enzymes, adequate fat absorption mediated by bile salts is necessary for the complete digestion of food and the prevention of decomposition of partially digested foods by intestinal bacteria.
The BileBlog aids in preventing over-enthusiasm by the Java community, provoking the creation of flak and of the flak-soluble vitamins (A, D, Editorial-apology, and K) through a ranting drawl. Since well-deserved flak never tends to coat wanna-be bloggers nor prevents the repeating of news ad-nauseum, adequate flak-dishing by the BileBlog is necessary for the even-handed digestion of blogs and the prevention of decomposition of partially digested factoids by "me-too" bacteria.