Introducing the Ombud… Seal of Approval (OSA)!
Do you, gentle and not so gentle readers, often find yourself approaching new Three Bulls! posts with trepidation verging on fear?
Do you find yourself wondering:
Will there be an Ombud… available if I have any questions, concerns or complaints about this post?
Have the photographs in this post been analyzed by trained professionals for hidden meanings, nuance and most importantly matters related to the state of the union?
Will anything be harmed in anyway by the content of or omissions from this post?
Are the authors of this post sufficiently non partisan?
Does this post contain verified facts and/or science related to politics, life or other contentious issues without presenting the reader with opposing wackadoodle beliefs for balance?
Can the terms “teabag” and “teabagging,” as used in this post, be interpreted in an inappropriate manner?
Does this post contain opinion?
Have the authors considered every side of every coin?
Is this post civil or will it lead to incivility?
Will this post hurt my feelings or the feelings of others?
What’s the number of the complaint line and what happens if it is busy?
Were John McCain and Joe Lieberman briefed on the content of this post?
Will I get hungry part way through this post?
Will I get it?
Well fear no more! If the post that you are reading bears the official OSA (accept no substitutes – tilt your monitor to the side and verify the presence of the holographic image indicating authenticity) you have NO WORRIES AT ALL because this post has been previously Ombud…ed by our Ombud… professionals!
Three Bulls! maintains a growing staff of Ombud…s apparently numbering, at last count, over 300. And each post bearing the OSA has undergone a robust and verified Ombud…ing by each and every one of our staff Ombud…s.
Our rigorous Ombud…ing process is far too complex and detailed to describe herein but perhaps can best be represented metaphorically by the following video.
With this we hope that you realize, dear and not so dear readers, that we have your best interests in heart and in mind.
Cordially and not so cordially, Three Bulls!