Monday, May 28, 2007

Happy Veterans Memorial Day

Like you (presumably), we're taking the day off.

Have fun today. Go smoke some shit. Then maybe play with yourself.

We'll see ya tomorrow.

(FYI: We have zero idea who that chick is, but when we typed in "Memorial Day" to Google Images, she conveniently appeared. You're welcome.)

10 comments:

rstiles said...

The photo - Nothing like a good ole fashion American whore on Memorial Day.....there is nothing better!!!

Anonymous said...

You claim to be a writer, yet you still put "YOUR welcome"... Pretty much sums up my opinion on the content quality of this site: shitty.

MDG said...

whoa whoa whoa. The content quality of this site is outstanding. The writing isn't exactly top notch but this site lacks a paid editor to catch common mistakes.

To sum up my opinion on the content quality of your comment: shitty.

Zach Landres-Schnur said...

anonymous,

thanks for pointing that out. commenters are the closest thing to editors we have.

so thanks.

and MDG, thanks for having my back.

NFL Adam said...

I'll never stop being fascinated by people who point out the simple grammar mistakes in these posts. Like MDG said, these posts are mostly top of mind type thoughts. I know mine are, and I never go back and check for mistakes (and it shows). Anonymous is the kind of guy who sits in a comedy club and refuses to laugh because a comic ended his sentence with a preposition. I'm sick of these douche bags.

The Beautiful Game said...

youre still my boy zach!!!

i guess there is a positive to no one reading my blog, because it's full of those as well

twins15 said...

Hope your Memorial Day was good as well!

twins15 said...

oh, and zach, in your comment here I noticed you didn't start the sentences with a captial letter. i'm through with this blog!!

mookie said...

I think anonymous' name is



Colin Cowherd, bitter divorced radio a-hole.

JMC said...

I usually catch those mistakes and either alert zach or go in and fix them myself. my bad for not looking at the blog yesterday