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

1741 Days Ago

1700 is a good number. You see, apparently, after around 1700 days have passed since a major national tragedy, it's perfectly alright to cash in on said national tragedy.

As opposed to the 23-some-odd years that's required for it to be funny. Actually, I don't wanna wait that long.

To cop a little from Gilbert Gottfried:
I'm flying out to Harrisburg in a few weeks for work. I tried to get a direct flight, but apparently they need to make a stop at the Empire State Building.

So folks, I'm not all that humorous when I'm trying to be. My wit is usually accidental. Let's try and come up with our best 9/11 jokes. Post 'em in the comments.

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