The Incontiguous Brick

February 5, 2008

“Happy Birthday to me”

Filed under: Friends of the Brick,Ramblings,Ron Paul — iknowkeith @ 5:00 am

birthday-cake.pngIt is that time of year again! Although some of you are probably thinking about ‘Super Tuesday’ (as if your Diebold counted votes are really going to make a difference) and others may be more concerned with ‘Fat Tuesday’, the real party is going on right here at the Brick. It is my honor to be the first to acknowledge the birthday of our editor in chief! Yeah!!!! ~Staff Writer.

And now for a special note from the editor:

“Happy Birthday to me. Happy Birthday to me. Happy Birthday to meee. Happy Birthday to me. Now stop reading this crap and go vote for Ron Paul! ~Editor, Incontiguous Brick.”

Thank you sir for those brilliant and inspired words. Seriously, if you live in one of the many states holding a primary today, GO VOTE! The Diebold thing was a joke, you really should go. And if you want to give our esteemed editor a really great birthday gift… VOTE FOR RON PAUL! ~another underpaid staff hack.

For a cash donation (an even better gift) you may contact this publication via the comments.  ~Poorly Compensated Editor, Incontiguous Brick.

2 Comments »

  1. Happy Birthday darlin’. Your gift is in my suitcase, freeze dried to maintain freshness. See you Thursday!

    Comment by Poem — February 5, 2008 @ 6:54 am | Reply

  2. And if you really want to make a difference:
    http://pol.moveon.org/paper2008/?r_by=-7085140-rh0PCp&rc=mailto

    Happy Birthday honey, I love you!

    Comment by iamcimbria — February 5, 2008 @ 8:50 am | Reply


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