Monday, December 31, 2007

Congratulations to Mike for seeing a payoff to one of the longest running setup gags in internet history.

1 comment:

Brian said...

Similarly, Ken Jennings, the Mormon software engineer from Salt Lake City who won $2.5 million on "Jeopardy!" in 2004 to become the most successful contestant in the game show's history, said: "I guess my feeling is I expected better of America. As a Mormon and an American, I'm feeling a little disillusioned."

Well, I'm not disillusioned with NAQT. I always knew that it was run by idiots. But sheesh, condoning white supremacy? That's bad even for NAQT. Oh well, I'm sure that NAQT has refunded all of the money that it has ever received from high school students, and Ron Hentzel has promised to never interact with children under the age of 18, and the superintendent and school board members in Livonia have resigned for allowing someone affiliated with a group that condones white supremacy to teach AP US History. Geez, that's akin to having Klan rallies in the gymnasium.