What’s wrong with these pictures?
Let’s see… those ugly-ass girls should definitely be wearing more clothes. And… oh yea! they’re in a SINK! at KFC!!! I mean, I’d be lying if I said that doesn’t look like fun (minus the fat 17-year-olds), but if you read the article you’ll find that they got caught because they put the pictures up on Myspace! RETARDS. Now they’re jobless, and unable to feed the hordes of trailer-trash children that they no doubt have. God bless America
I was snooping around work the other day, and while looking over a coworker’s shoulder I saw this picture:
Wow, that broadcast does look horrifying, but news worthy? I don’t know. Living in an area where most murders don’t even make the news, I find it hard to believe that this guys goofy face would make it on it’s own. Luckily my coworker had just stood up, leaving his computer vulnerable to my attacks. I scroll up to find this headline at the top of the page:
Awesome, I had to learn more. So I read the whole article on AOL, and a couple of things really stuck out to me. Continue reading
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past few weeks, you know that Barack Obama will be the next president of the United States. Though this is undeniably a huge step towards racial diversity in the country, the question remains: is he really fit to be the president? Well to be perfectly honest, I wasn’t sure myself until i came across this photo (or maybe I made it in photoshop… maybe). At any rate, I’m not sure why it hasn’t gotten any press, but I know that I, for one, can now rest assured knowing that our country is in good hands.
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I recently got it in my head that I wanted the suffix “Esq.” after my name. For those of you who don’t know, the “Esq.” suffix is short for “Esquire”, and is typically used to indicate that the bearer is a lawyer. Notice that I say “typically”. So after being told that I was ridiculous and out of line by most of my friends, I did what I always do. Set out to get it anyway, so I could throw it in their faces.
My fascination with the whole esquire thing started when I saw a lawyer buy something with his credit card, and after his name were three gleaming angelic letters, followed by the boldest and most authoritative of all punctuation
I had to have that. So naturally my own personal “pimp my name” process started at the bank (what? you didn’t think it was going to star at law school did you?), well on the phone with the bank anyway. The conversation went something like this: Continue reading