July 28, 2003


Susie had a great idea in which Bill and I(yes, I just linked myself. Take that blog ecosystem!) would have a 24 hour insultathon to sponsor, uhm, something or other. I dunno, I don't really like to do "good deeds" for "other people", but I guess I could make an exception. But since Bill and I are obviously entirely too lazy to do anything for 24 hours straight(except the dolls, of course), and Bill is too much of a pansyass to survive 24 hours of insults from me, I will instead include an insulting remark toward Bill in every one of my posts. I think I just called him a pansy-ass, so this post is covered. Now all I have to do is set up a paypal account, and you can donate money to my John wants to buy expensive things fund. The John wants to buy expensive things fund is a not-for-profit organization which benefits adequately privelidged white kids from the suburbs, in the form of monetary benefits to be used at their frivolous discretion. So help a middle class cracker buy new playstation games today, err, tomorrow, err, whenever I get around to opening a paypal account. Bill's a weenie.

Posted by John at July 28, 2003 01:55 PM

Hey, you dissed Bill twice in that post.
That means I give you twice as much money as I normally would.

This comment brought to you by the number zero.

Posted by: Tim the Michigander at July 28, 2003 04:08 PM

Very clever. But now you reap my vengeance!
Your comments shall falter soon...

Posted by: Collins at July 28, 2003 04:36 PM

Hey, not sure what to make of this insultathon. I wish I could get puppy blender in because I surely would not mind insulting him in every post for 24 hours. Oh, by the way, I do not think linking to yourself counts in the Blogosphere, otherwise, I would be higher than puppy blender already. I link to my own posts all the time and never see any linkage show up when I check my Blogosphere stats. And, no problem with your comment on my blog. That is the stuff I was looking for. Now if I could just find someone who was a cop and another who was a fireman in LA in 1986, I might be able to know what kind of slang and such they were using at that time. I am sure it was before valley girl speak and dude lingo. Regrettably, I modeled most of my conversations from my memories about the TV show Emergency. I have never seen it in sydication, so maybe anyone who is less than 30 ever saw it, I am not sure. It came out about the same time as CHIPS.

Posted by: Tiger at July 28, 2003 06:40 PM

Emergency reruns play on TVLand. I used to see it occasionally on satellite.

Posted by: Ted Phipps at July 28, 2003 08:57 PM
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