Article copyLook, it's a relatively long process, with quite a bit of work involved. One has to search and grab the best material. And it still requires a bit of tweaking and cleaning, because you're getting the video online, which means it's already been compressed. Then there's cutting and editing and if, like me, you are not a pro video editor but the hey-this-sounds-fun-I'll-just-push-that-button-and-see-what-it-does type and yet aim to pull the job as best as you can despite your aforementioned lack of expertise, then you know this can take quite a lot of industrious and laborious hours—punctuated by a fair amount of swearing when pushing that button didn't produce the desired effect.
Then there's converting and encapsulating it all into a Flash applet, writing the post (then revise and rewrite. Oh boy, how these sound trivial, yet can litterally devour hours of your time) and publishing it on the site.
All of that to say that, hmm, well, you have to understand that the notification email comes at the end of a busy day, when one is not at the top of one's faculties. Also, I'm the first to admit that my colloquial knowledge of the various iterations of spoken English is not unfailing.
I am therefore in full accordance with those of you who, quite humorously, replied and voiced their concern:
*cough* perhaps "bugger" wasn't indeed the best choice of words *cough*