Award!

Sean G of Too Much Liberty has honored IMAO with the “Too Much Liberty Official Seal of Approval: ‘You know you’d hit that, man'” Award.

As much as we at IMAO enjoy receiving awards, I gotta say that I find that image a little disturbing. I mean, sure, it’s merely implied, and maybe it’s even just photoshopped to look that way, but still…

It’s just CREEPY how Canadian that guy looks.

*shudder*


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 – 3 Award posts), and placed in the sidebar with a link to your site.

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8 Comments

  1. So if that guy is a canadian, my money is on the seal.

    If a canadian goes to club a seal and misses more than 4 times, do we get to shoot him?

    Is canadian skin as warm as seal skin?

    Do canadians know which end of the club to use on a seal?

    The seal is safe, canadians were afraid of the dark, seals,clubs, and anything masculine.

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  2. This is indeed a very disturbing award.

    For instance, the fellow pictured is wearing IMAO red and black. And, at least symbolically, the blue ribbon appears on the path of the club to its proper target, the hostile seal enemy. That implies that the award will prevent the club from ridding the world of this menace.

    Further, the image highlights the person controlled by the club, and not the weapon itself. Since we know from battles over the Second Amendment that it is the weapon which is to blame, and not the criminal wielding it, this image is troubling.

    But it’s a major award from a site which dominates its web category, so on balance I’m glad IMAO beat out the competition to win it.

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  3. That guy may just be a pirate. In which case, in 3 or 4 days President Barack Hussein Obama will give an order allowing someone to defend that seal. Of course the seal will be long dead by that point, pummeled to death just moments after the photo was taken, but the mainstream media will still profess Obama’s courage for giving the order, nonetheless.

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  4. A baby Harp seal’s fur is snowy white and ideal for winter coats and seat covers for ’64 Impalas.

    Also, go easy on the Canadian. It’s better to finish off the little guy with one wack rather than inhumanely clubbing it to death.

    What are you guys, a bunch of freakin’ monsters?

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