Dialectical antitheses of the Computer Age:
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I’d like to take a moment to toast fish. No, not with bread crumbs. Certainly I feel that his contributions to the polite discourse are underrepresented in our Words of Wisdom to the right at the toppish of your screen. His known contributions are below, but I think if you have noted some extra fishwagon around the internet, to submit such in comments and we shall ensconce it like a time capsule from a magical time.
>How about an Emuticon to brighten your day?
>It is also nearly impossible to play Clue in black and white.
>One has to wonder what powerful evolutionary forces were at work that would make beige carpet camo so beneficial. Is it the ability to hide from the most horrible of dog predators, the vacuum? Is it to save him from the dangers of bath time? Perhaps it allows him to lay in wait for the mail carrier unseen by his nemesis, ready to pounce.
>I think you mispelled Joemuntum.
>I think a group spanking is in order. No safe words.
>Pretty much looks like they set fire to a pile of Ken dolls then stuck their faces in it. I will never bow to ground horn-bill, I cast my lot with the Blue Footed Boobies.
>Thank you for your submission to the Journal of LOL cat Poetry We regret to inform you that we will have decided not to accept your poem. Please realize that this in no way reflects upon the quality of the submission, but merely reflects the reality of the large number of submissions and our inability to accomodate all the individuals who aspire to publish in JOLOLCP. We hope this does not discourage you from submitting another poem for a future issue of the journal.
>Liberal Facism will never be written:
From Kant to won’t.
>There was a dad who had a kid on the same baseball team as mine that wore his CFG t-shirt to the practices most weeks. He spent the whole practice haranguing his son about not running fast enough, trying hard enough, concentrating enough. Did I mention the boy was 6 years old? The kid at one point mentioned how his arm hurt and his father went into a lecture about how great athletes are the ones who push through the pain to excel. I wanted to throw up in his hat.
>Like the hammer of Thor!
Aravosis signing off:
>I would have never expected Brando’s sarcastometer to break at a critical moment.