Friday, March 30, 2007

Words have consequences.

9 comments:

Bubba said...

Do not.

Ginger Rivers said...

Words have consequences if you are a misogynist in a male-dominated hierarchical blogging strutcture. However, if you are female who doesn't ever get a joke and you go off on a lengthy rant about how everyone is out to get you, then no, not really.

benholder said...

Who brought you the RMA report...who cleaned up the Asian massage parlors...who never lets his inspection sticker expire?

Sean Coon said...

Yo, yo, yo. Joisey in da house.

I'm so plugged in I can't stand myself.

benholder said...

Eff off Sean Coon...You didn't expose Willow Oaks...You didn't stop crack pipes from being sold...You don't have the championship on your shoulder...Whooooooo!

Cara Michele said...

Come on y'all. Y'all are my friends. Don't fight. :). Peace.

Sean Coon said...

Twitter this, Holder.

Sue said...

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Cara Michele said...

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Peace.