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Re: “Circus clowns: Source of mortal terror, or just deeply, deeply unsettling?

I particularly appreciate the mustachioed salute to Movember. And, never realized how much clowns ride things. Hurmm, is that a coincidence?

Posted by (the) trevor on 11/11/2010 at 10:39 AM

Re: “Our alien moon base, Gerald Ford's pedophilia, and 20 other unlikely claims from The Untold History of America

It always seemed plausible that George Orwell might have had sex with Al Gore, but realizing that offspring were produced makes one want to wash their mind out in the clown tongue bidet.

Anyway, it really does seem that Global Plan 2000 was a complete success in the United States.

Posted by (the) Trevor on 09/23/2010 at 1:58 PM

Re: “Before porn ruled your lives: Meet the boyish beefcake of Young Physique magazine

HARD to believe is right�hard to believe you classify this as crap! The way I see it is this is more of a graphic novel taken out of context by our archivist.

The text under the �Faces of Fury� likely tell of how Fury Lad�s divining rod got crooked.

The shower images are clearly a comic panel whereby Smile Boy, during his morning routine, showers, shaves, tries on an outfit, figures it makes his butt look big, takes it off, and has breakfast.

The tree hugger, seems to me, is just Fury Lad trying a larger, and hopefully less bendy, divining rod.

Oh, and now we see where Jim Carrey got his �dog covers crotch� bit. Always knew that guy was a hack.

Posted by (the) Trevor on 09/16/2010 at 7:51 AM

Re: “The Kansas college newspaper that misspelled its own name ... and almost got your Crap Archivist arrested

Like Ebonics and Kris Kross, Kansas-American Writers have an established history of just writing how you talk if you just said what you were writing.

The problem here is not spell checking, editing, or any of those other new fangled gadgets that you fancy Californians or confederate Missourians rely on more than common sense. Nosir, the problem here is that you are trying to de-Kansas Kansas and we cannot take kindly to such attempts now, in the future, or by gummit in the past!

Posted by (the) Trevor as Kansas-America on 08/12/2010 at 8:14 AM

Re: “Regulated Industries puts the brakes on horse carriage business, Kennedy's Bar & Grill

Did anyone think of acronyms whilst developing the Regulated Industries Division? Mayhap KCMO is more dedicated to ruining their economic future than we even thought possible.

Oh well, by making it a security or safety measure they have precedence to expedite this destruction using every bureaucratic means possible. God speed, to (being) RID of KCMO.

Posted by (the) Trevor on 07/27/2010 at 1:54 PM

Re: “A real-world XXL ... or a NASCAR medium?

Alan Scherstuhl, congratulations, you made the list of, �YOU CAN GET OUT�.

Lemmie �splain somethin� to ya, ya comie hippie! That there shirt shows you an org chart if properly concocted. See, if yer standin� under an American flag, on a NASCAR track, you�ll find God at the top, America above the shirt, Jimmie Johnson below that, Lowe�s below JJ, and Jimmie�s Johnson below that, and all of that is atop the hallowed ground of a NASCAR track. And, if that there track has been properly christened, there is a thin layer of Busch Light betwixt the Johnson and the track.

See there, that�s what ya call a bonafide pecking order.

You will also note that Jimmy Dean ain�t�nowheres in that there pecking order.

Now, I get that you skinny writing types what type with yer pinky fingers out to the side and sip on your chilatto teas and bran muffins don�t eat no meat. THAT is why you don�t know your sausage nor could you fill out such a shirt�ya varminous idgit.

Posted by (the) Trevor as NASCAR chick on 07/20/2010 at 8:39 AM

Re: “An awkward half hour with Wayne Briscoe, candidate for Dennis Moore's congressional seat

Ok, I may have been away from Plogland for a while, but the fortuitous timing of my eminent return has me perplexed with some commonsense questions:

What was it that set WB all wall eyed down the abortion path? Who the fuck thinks that abortion, right now, is the foremost pressing issue in our nation?

Did anyone get any enlightenment whatsoever about the plight of Independents? Crikey, that was worse than any of the 3 most commonly asked questions in Kansas City:


  • Summer: It�s hot out there, hunh�?


  • Winter: Boy, isn�t it cold out there?


  • Anytime: Where�d you go to school, KU, K-State, MU, or other?



WB, let me give you some more help here�you work(ed) for Sprint, a company that perpetrated the Forsee severance package, passed on the whole Apple revolution, and otherwise has done just about everything humanly possible to decimate Kansas City�s economy. So, what do you think about that?

Come on man, if your going to uselessly ramble, at least do it on something unique that you cannot download from cutting and pasting the results of Googling: �America + freedom + buzz word + you can get out + ditto + Keith Olbermann + .org�

Now, excuse me, Justin and I are going to go off behind this curtain and �catch up�.

Posted by (the) Trevor on 07/19/2010 at 10:11 AM

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