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August 30, 2004


South Korea.

(Thanks once more to Drew H., who is getting a lot done today)


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NOOO comment on this one . . .

Drew Harchick is monitoring the dark side of the Internet for us today. It'll feel good to take a break for a while.

D'Artagnan: Ok, I'm done. Your (not you're) turn.

From the Disclaimer:

...we reserve the right at all times to review them and to remove any information or materials that are unlawful, threatening, abusive, libelous, defamatory, obscene, vulgar, pornographic, profane, indecent or otherwise objectionable...

Well that pretty much rules out anything I'd have to say on this matter, so I'll just move on.

Too bad ESPN can't do Olympic highlights. When this guy kicks a ball over the goal, I can just hear Chris Berman yell:

Dong Suk... outa the PARK

sounds better than McArthur Park

Sounds like the gearshift label on a Korean automobile.

I thought this blog wasn't gonna make fun of peoples' names anymore? (Not that I'm not enjoying it . . .).

What Lmd33 said.

Come on Judi, I sent in WAY better stuff than this.

discretion is the better part of valour... and the easy jokes aren't as mentally saisfying... so i'm a-keeping my big mouth shut (for once)

Dong Suk Park: Nouns or verbs...

Or a twist on "Rock paper scissors"

So in the spirit of building international relations, you take your crack kit to South Korea and celebrate Safety Day!

So..exactly why is this funny?

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