You could think of it like dog training. Always encourage and reward good behavior, completely ignore bad behavior. Negative attention is still attention. Fill your pockets with treats for when they're good clients.
Let them have their bacon cake. It would just be a sad mockery of the real thing. Go ahead Cakists. Make your bacon cake. That is, if you can take a break from listening to your Zunes and kissing your sisters.
Its so obvious - it was Chuck Norris. Only he didn't use a gun, he roundhouse kicked the bullets at Kennedy.
I think he was coerced to do it by the Crab People, who had his mother and father held hostage to be released only if he offed the prez.
Originally posted by TheBluePanda
Some say it was Chuck Norris, but I have to disagree. If Chuck Norris did in fact roundhouse kick the bullets at JFK, you would not see the "back and to the left" motion, but rather a scene reminiscent of a nuclear explosion, taking out the entire city.
The truth is that a Russian Sharpshooter attempted to assasinate Chuck Norris while he was travelling with some nomads in the barren wastelands of Northern China in the year 2039. The bullets bounced off his calf muscles, and the resulting rebound caused the bullets to enter a wormhole, travel back in time, and strike JFK in the head.
Originally posted by Jason Fraker
Panda, I think you have finally cracked the case of the century here! I would say to watch your back, but if Chuck decided to pay you back for what you've done today, there would never be a chance for you to protect yourself from his blinding, furious, god-like speed and power. One day someone may see you walking down the sidewalk and then, instantly, there will just be a hole in the ground in the shape of your sprawling body that goes all the way through the earth. Your severed head will fall all the way to the other end of the hole, and begin it's path back up to this end. This motion will continue in a perpetual down and back path, which will start over every year on Chuck's birthday.
what a way to catch up...things just don't make as much sense anymore, yet still remain hilarious.
Happy Friday all! Thanks for the recap, Kool.
Just popping in briefly today...it's been pretty busy here. 5 or 6 mags to put out by the end of the month...
Hope you all have a great weekend...don't think I'm up to much. Maybe going to watch my brother and niece play in a paintball tournament tomorrow, but that may be about it....even though they're calling for rain.
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