Award!

Posted on June 2, 2009 9:53 am

Reader Steven has honored IMAO with the “Here There Be Tygers Award For Blindly Heading Off Into Uncharted Territories” Award.

Some people fear the unknown. At IMAO, we assume it’s some sort of hippie, punch it in the face, steal it’s lunch money, then walk away laughing and singing a little pirate ditty.

Conventional wisdom – totally not our thing. Especially the wisdom part.


FINE PRINT:

To join the exclusive club of blogs who honor IMAO and have your award featured on our sidebar with a link to your blog, make up a fancy award image honoring IMAO, blog about it, and drop a link in the comments.

Keep it PG-13, and if it doesn’t suck too terribly bad, your award will be duly noted in a post (Current estimated wait time – 2 Award posts), and placed in the sidebar with a link to your site.

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7 Responses to “Award!”

  1. Socrates H. Obummer says:

    How will the torrent of major awards continue? Surely we will run out of major impartial award-giving organizations soon.

    Doubtless Frank, Sarah, Basil, and Harvey would say they are humbled by this experience.

    Speaking of which, why is a major award “humbling”, when the purpose of honoring someone with a major award (such as the “Here There Be Tygers Award” award) is to un-humble them?

    I think it’s insulting to say that a reward is humbling, since it means that receiving the award makes the receiver feel small and undeserving. The only way that can be true is if the award itself is small, and the awarding organization is puny and without merit.

    Shame on you, Frank, Sarah, Basil, and Harvey, for calling Steven puny and without merit.

  2. Harvey says:

    Compared to IMAO, *all* are puny and without merit!

  3. ussjimmycarter says:

    Fred Thompson called and just saw Harvey’s post and he’s less than amused! Next to Fred Thompson, everything is very extremely puny! Harvey can expect a head punch soon from Mr. Fred Thompson and it shall hurt much!

  4. Harvey says:

    What? We actually have to MENTION the Fred Thompson Exception to all claims of size and merit?

    I thought that was simply assumed as a given, like the strong nuclear force or the deliciousness of bacon.

  5. Son of Bob says:

    Silly Harvey, hippies don’t have lunch money.

  6. Veeshir says:

    See? There was nothing to worry about.

    And all you people thought FrnakJ would take his alter-egos co-bloggers when he went on vacay.

  7. Jimmy says:

    I don’t know no FrnakJ. And wasn’t Harvey a rabbit in a Jimmy (!) Stewart movie? And what about Spacie, that flying solar sail monkey? Bummer didn’t include him, and that’s just wrong-O.

    The DOD is selling all our recycled brass to China.

    My random work is done here. I’m going to fly a cow now.

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