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April 24, 2006


What's new with WANG?

(Thanks to Drew Harchick)


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But what ever happened to chung?

Addicted to 24 - She married Maury Povich.

I thiught we already knew

Just one big WANG, and there goes the neighborhood!

duh. you gotta work out those acronyms FIRST.


the philosopher
frowns, sighs, purses lips, then turns
and speaks: "not much, yours?"

the state of the wang
is a personal query
perhaps TMI

the angle of the
dangle is proportionate
to heat of the meat

My favorite was NASA's 'Saturn Launch Umbilical Tower'.

We are a church made up of individuals who Welcome Everyone. Doesn’t matter what you wear, look like, the color of your hear, your orientation or identification. What matters to us is that want to share in our community!

OTOH, WE are a collection of bloggers that frowns on typos, poorly-written posts, oDd capItaliZation, and exclamation point abuse!

Wow, mud - that last one is VERY impressive!

Not that they aren't always....
It's just not often one sees the word "proportionate" in a haiku!

Well done!!

WANG- wouldn't you like to join an 'organ'ization that stands for something?

Would you like to serve on the WANG Board of Directors?

Smooches mudstuffin - excellent again, Dear.

mudstuffin! Best snork of my lunch hour! Bravo.

Literal snork to mudstuffin!!! I think I gave myself a headache...

It also offers information such as the following under "Minutes"

The minutes for the Board’s meetings are included in the monthly newsletter. Unfortunately, I don’t know how to remove this page, so now you are wasting your valuable time reading this message when there really are no minutes posted here. We are working to improve on this situation, but until then, your patience is appreciated.

Wang Looms?

Board of Directors? Board of Directors? My wang ... um ... nevermind ...

Whut happened to the Kinki U. thread?

My particular favorite was the unit established in the Miami area in the 80s to combat all of the murders during the "Cocaine Cowboy" era...

Special Homicide Investigation Team.

I knew one of the members and he swore the acronym was deliberate.

The WANGs got t-shirts.... hmmmm, I'da figgered it'd been kilts....

Wouldn't you rather SIT on the WANG, um, Board of Director's???

Oh, and I think I say how relieved we all are that there is a WANG Code of Enforcement in place.

"How did you wangle a seat on the Board of Directors?"
"Quickly, and with gusto."

Oh, and *SNORK* at judi's headline.

I'm sure most of you have heard this, but the talk of bad acronyms made me think of this:

Almost 150 years ago, President Lincoln found it necessary to hire a
private investigator, Alan Pinkerton, for protection. That was the
beginning of the Secret Service.

Since that time, federal police authority has gone to a large number
of multi-letter agencies -FBI, CIA, INS, IRS, DEA, ATF, etc.

Now comes the Federal Air Transportation Airport Security Service.
Can't you see them now, these highly trained men and women in their
black outfits with initials in large letters across their backs?

[email protected][email protected]. -------- I feel safer already.

I'm really glad that you've set up your own website and have factually posted your thoughts. I like your work and feel I can refer to what you've done. Most people can't even imagine having such talent. I hope that you know how lucky you are. :) Good luck to you in all your aspirings. :)

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