Wednesday, August 8, 2012

MKMOT (August 8, 2012)

I'm feeling groggy. Are you feeling baloggy?

Grab a coffee or an RC and talk about anything other than the shaving/waxing habits of underage girls below. We have standards around here. Isn't that right, Guy Who Hit A Shuttlecock So Hard It Flew Around The World And Went Up His Butt? I thought so.

Like my weary (and devastatingly blue) eyes, it's open.



7 comments:

  1. I cannot wait till the next random collection of idiot tweets edition comes out. This is like getting in on the ground floor of pets.com or discovering the first gold nugget in Sutter's Mill. And the upside is, the better the collection of tweets from nobodies, the better the comments there are from other nobodies, and occasionally from the same nobody! (bites lip)

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  2. Guy Who Thinks Gay Guy Who Knows Lots About Boners Should Stick AroundAugust 8, 2012 at 12:01 PM

    You know I really think "Boner/No Boner" should become a daily feature. [looks down at huge boner]

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    1. "Boner/No Boner?" was how the Vancouver Police started their morning briefing for weeks!

      /gets 317 +1s

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  3. [Farts in the wilderness]

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  4. Fare thee well my Deadspin boy,
    May all your comments bring you joy.
    Fare thee well my Deadspin boy,
    May all your comments bring you joy.

    He was a man, and a friend always.
    We'd comment 'round, on the web all day.
    He never cared if I had no dough.
    We'd comment 'round, in the rain or snow.

    Fare thee well my Deadspin boy,
    May all your comments bring you joy.
    Fare thee well my Deadspin boy,
    May all your comments bring you joy.

    Late one night, in the Gawker camp,
    The weather it was warm and damp.
    He got Kinja'd, and it hurt so bad,
    I lost the only friend I had.

    Fare thee well my Deadspin boy,
    May all your comments bring you joy.
    Fare thee well my Deadspin boy,
    May all your comments bring you joy.

    He left me here to comment on,
    My Deadspin pal has moved along.
    If when we die we go somewhere,
    I'll bet you a dollar, he comments there.

    Fare thee well my Deadspin boy,
    May all your comments bring you joy.
    Fare thee well my Deadspin boy,
    May all your comments bring you joy.

    I was noodling around with this and decided what the hell, it's a slow day over here. Yes, it's off a Kingston Trio song. No, I'm not as depressed as this may make it seem. It's more of a 'Miss You' to some of the guys who aren't around much anymore. I figure some of that will change with the end of summer and the beginning of football. And it feels like the algorithm is evolving, albeit slowly. Something like this has to be programmed to move slowly, however, or else it will react too quickly to the wrong things. I have absolutely no knowledge of how the silly thing works but if I had taken part in its creation I would have had it collect information on how many replies individual commenters happen to receive. The more replies, the higher that commenter would rank in the hierarchy. And my, haven't the DUAN's been busy. BronzeHammer's generated more 'discussions' than Carter has pills, as the old saying went.

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    1. Great work Erg, but I'd probably like this '50's boy band better if they were from Jamaica.

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    2. Well, they did do the occasional Calypso song.

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