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March 26, 2009


From quite early in the Fark thread, if I can get this to work, I rather liked the way this one adapted the original image:
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There's also an alternate version of the one you used, Hilzoy, which might be very funny to those people who aren't allergic to Lolcats:

(Although if I have my Lolcat grammar correct, that should be conjugated "I are serious chart.")

Heh. I also liked this one:


and this:


For some reason, I think of Windstorm in Bubbleland.

There's never, never, never, never, never any trouble here in Bubbleland, Bubbleland, Bubbleland.

I am intrigued by the idea of eliminating Idaho and Delaware, and would like to subscribe to your newsletter.

not a native speaker of it, but I think it should be

"I iz a serius budget"

I still like the crayon drawing of the bald eagle hi-fiveing Jesus

This one is simultaneously apt, hilarious and full of nostalgia if you were a pc-using kid in the early '90's:

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what i really like is that the graph is not a directed graph - there's no indication as to which way the process is supposed to flow. in fact there is no process or flow; what they actually have is a set of vague sentence fragments which are somehow related; the graph doesn't tell us what the relation is, of course.

which is a perfect metaphor for modern conservatism.

Here's a cool and useful flowchart:


Another good flowchart. Note the easily understandable directionality.


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