What's Mallard raving about today?
'Vogon poetry is mild in comparison." -HHGG
Arrogant fools expecting everyone else to pay for the havoc they wreak on a daily basis?Really, Tinsley, you make this just TOO easy for me....And as usual, Tinsley (who flies into a defensive rage if you mention Timmy McVeigh) has no problem tarring an entire group based on the acts of its worst individuals.Just remember, Batshit: they tried peaceful protest and non-violent resistance, and all it got them was Pepper Pig Pike casually strolling by and hosing them with max-strength pepper spray while FOXNoise cretins chortled and described the stuff as "basically a food product." Watch what happens now.
Fox "News" talking points in the form of bad poetry. I'm gonna have to give Brucie some points for creativity here.PSYCH!!!
He calls each protester a foolFor going inside when it's cool.And a worse thing, no doubt,Than kids dropping outIs kids who keep going to school.
I don't like having to pay for things like our invasion of Iraq. And even though the Tinsh swore (after it became the blood-soaked train wreck anyone with the sense to avoid getting into a land war in Asia could have guessed it would, natch) that he was against it, I don't remember him writing any shitty poetry complaining about it.
No fair Kip! You used the actual metric structure of a limerick!===I'd like to point out that the nonpolitical (...although occasionally humanistically philosophical...) webcomic "The Order of the Stick" has raised over a half-million dollars in advance sales via Kickstarter. Of course, its creator has the unfair advantage of talent and hard work; unlike "Mallard Fillmore", he is not kept "in print" solely by ideology.
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