How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy
t3knomanser

Like, OMG, ROFL, etc... fuck off and die...

In the hilarious note for the day, I've achieved an extra note of infamy.

There was that heelarious flame-war with mythianworld followed by an equally heelarious flame-war with shylahfaerie.

It moved itself over to ljdrama.org, where I proceeded to get twice the ha-has over it.

*snickersnort*

I'm so terribly amused. Particularly by the line in the comments, "Unless I totally missed something, I think we have just seen the lone lovechild of Bill Gates and the Amazing Kreskin." I may very well steal that, and add it to my bio.

Plus, it gave me an excuse to point out that James was sick of their shit.

Oh, and my new quote: "Trogdor will Burninate the World when he rises from Sunken Ry'leh."
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