In "The W is for Wanton "

Oh Wolof, that's even more wrong.

In "Friday Flash Fun "

Clowns are scary.

In "Dizzy is alive! "

Thanks Dish :D

Yay! Dizzy's back! Don't know Dizzy -> I have no friends*sniff*

In "Marshmallow Peeps"

They are an acquired taste...if sticky sweet marshmellows are your taste.

In ""

Ah good...carry on, then.

Free Quonsar It's time for MetaFilter members to stand up and demand change from Matt Haughey's weblog cartel. Monday, March 15, 2004 will be a day of coordinated civil disobedience: websites will "go orange" for 24 hours in protest of Matt Haughey's attempts to censor quonsar's work. Why orange? Because it's quonsar's favourite terror alert color. This is another thing that has been going on over at Metafi. Has anyone else heard about this?

In "Hey you guuuuuuuuuuuuys!"

(thought how come you didn't link to the There's a Banana in my Ear videoclip? It seems rather apropos in this forum.) I was stunned to see the killer lollipop clip wanted to post it...the banana in my ear clip didn't hit me until later :( *rotten bananas*

In "No Religion Scholarships"

Please tell me why it is okay to deny a scholarship to someone wanting to study theology while the government is paying for religious education in the form of School Vouchers? From Some Christians, mainly Roman Catholics and conservative Protestants, have strongly supported the transfer of government revenue to religious schools. However, direct financial support has been unconstitutional, because of the principle of separation of church and state which is part of the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. A recent technique has been to promote "school voucher" programs at the state or municipal level. The government gives a voucher to parents that they may use to pay for part of the fee for enrolling a child in a private school. In effect, the state would be returning money collected from parents in the form of taxes for the public school system, so that they could help finance their child's education in a private school, either religious or secular. The Sixth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals found in 2000-DEC that "close to 96% of students enrolled in the program for the 1999-2000 school year attended sectarian institutions." Thus, a voucher program indirectly finances religious schools with government funding. Public voucher plans seriously entangle the government and religious groups. When evaluating government plans, courts have traditionally cited: The First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution which has been interpreted by the courts as implying a wall of separation between church and state. Looks like six of one, half a dozen of the other, eh?

In "Top 100 Sports Moments on "

On reflection, there is no doubt in my mind that tapdancing has been on ESPN at one time or another.

I made sure through hours of research that this article has only appeared once in the history of everything as not to anger the masses again.

In "Things I'd Do If I Ever Became An Evil Overlord..."

Thanks Kimberly :) I'll bring cookies to school tomorrow for us to share. Mom says you can stay for dinner too if ya wanna.

Okay! I get it! I'll never again post anything that has previously appeared on the internet in any shape or form! Now where is that adorable Dancing Hamster page I saw yesterday.....

In "The Crimson Room"

f8xmulder: Let's hold hands in the next room. Hee.

monju_bosatsu: it's 1994. f8xmulder: Yes, I'd rather look like a freak than be defeated by a computer game.

I'm sitting here with my nose to the screen and a Sharpie to mark where the crosshair appears. I am insane.

In "5ives."

Five requests with regard to my eventual death If it happens that my death occurred in some public place, there is to be no ersatz memorial created on that location comprised of teddy bears, mylar balloons, or terrible poems written on posterboard in pink Magic Marker

In ""El Ni"

This kid totally has a future writing Adam Sandler movies.

In "Monkey! Monkey! Little red monkey!"

Monkeys are funty!

In "David Hasselhoff,"


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