Yes, I remember, this was just after I got back from getting a haircut,
so it must have been a Saturday, and so I got back to my apartment and
checked ARK, sorry, that's what we call alt.religion.kibology sometimes,
and there was this thread.
Oh, yes, right, things were getting a little ... look here ... [laughs]
Yeah, I remember that, that was pretty funny. [laughs some more] So
anyway, I thought I would put in my ten cents, and ...
Yeah, there you go. Remember, folks, I'm a trained professional! Don't
attempt these memes at home! [laughs self-deprecatingly]
Oh, yeah, this followup is pretty good. Hey, I wonder what ever
happened to her? She was pretty funny, but I think she stopped posting
a couple of months after this ... maybe she got a job or ... well, I
guess I don't know. Maybe one of the other bonus features on this
newsgroup will have a 'where are they now' section or something and you
can check it out!
Right, that was pretty fun to write, I remember. It was based on this
thing I read about ten years ago about how ... oh, that's classic!
Anyway, yeah, it was about how the South Korean army ... [breaks off and
starts laughing uproariously] Oh, did you see that? I don't know how
he comes up with stuff like that. I wish I could do that. Heh.
Oh, I guess that's the end of the thread. Well, I hope you've enjoyed
this commentary. So long!
"I don't advocate responding to rudeness with rudeness, but inducing
fear is always a good option."
-- Paula on alt.religion.kibology, 30 November 2003
>Jacob W. Haller <yo...@jwgh.org> wrote:
>DAYS later, I am still chuckling over this one.
>Keep it up, Jake.
Shut UP, Jack! You'll have him taking his DVDs out of the clearance
bins and then I'll have to pay full price to get the complete
"How Assur's gonads became a letter of the Roman alphabet 8000 years
after he lived is too long a story to tell it all here."