February 03, 2004


I think Brian has done the writing for both of us this evening. He recounts his 16 years of making fun of Lyndon LaRouche, and it's a very worthy read.

Leave your comments for him make him wish he had comments.


Posted by hln at February 3, 2004 10:35 PM | Whimsy | TrackBack

That is, quite possibly, one of the best-written things I've ever read in my life, and I'm not just brown-nosing when I type that.
Ah, Tyrone Jackson. The middle-aged rabbi from Thailand.
Good thing I had finished my coffee. Heh.

See, Brian? With comments, when you read something like that, it's like someone handed you some parfait--and everybody likes parfait. Brian only has two choices: Get some crappy comment plug-in for BlogSnot, or become a Munuvian.

Posted by: Victor at February 4, 2004 08:50 AM

Personally, I recommend Haloscan. Very reliable and leaves you in control to delete jerks, spammers & whatnot.

As for my comment, I must say that I would be willing to get a Janet Jackson nippy piercing if it meant I could read the collected adventures of Tyrone Jackson.

Posted by: Harvey at February 4, 2004 10:46 AM

Harvey, NO! You must work to get Brian J. Noggle OFF BlogSpot!

Bad Harvey! No money!

Besides, when I was on BlogSnot I tried to get hooked up with HaloScan, and they weren't taking new people. Ask annika! about the reliability of all the free comment thingys she had on BlogSnot sometime, and the only option you have is to go to TypePad or MT.

Posted by: Victor at February 4, 2004 12:19 PM

What? Did Evil Glenn leave a comment in my name again? I hate it when he does that.

Yeah, Brian, get off Blogspot. There are plenty of cheap & easy tickets to freedom. MuNu is one of them.

Posted by: Harvey at February 5, 2004 10:14 AM

I worked at Wendy's the summer between my freshman and sophomore years of college. One day after work I stopped by the post office, where the LaRouchies had a table set up outside. They were handing out literature and talking to people. I remember they had a sign that said, "Keep Satan Out of Our Schools." (A laudable goal, that.) I started talking with a man who became suspicious when I asked some pointed questions. "What network are you with," he asked. I pointed to the logo on my shirt and replied, "The Wendy's Network." Straight face, completely deadpan. It didn't help his paranoia...

Posted by: Mr. Green at February 5, 2004 10:15 PM