Posted on October 10, 2010 8:01 pm

For the second year in a row, Jinxmedic101 of Crew Secured – Brace for Impact has honored IMAO with the “Society for the Preservation of Armed Dinosaurs” Award:

I thought we were out of the running for the Spaddie this year, what with all the baby blogging, but apparently IMAO is still America’s best source for the advocacy of attaching weaponry to prehistoric reptiles.


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, and placed in the sidebar with a link to your site.

As added incentive for people to honor IMAO with worthless, made-up awards, those who do so may proudly display this worthless, made-up Participant Ribbon:

If you don’t have a blog, then send your image to and include a link to one of your favorite IMAO posts.

For the Photoshop-impaired, here’s a guide to making mediocre fake pictures with Microsoft Paint

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3 Responses to “Award!”

  1. storm1911 says:

    Great award !! I thought I saw that on fred Thompson.s vest.

  2. Son of Bob says:

    Accept it quick, before Kanye West comes onstage and interrupts you to say someone black should have received it instead!!

  3. Travelwise42 says:

    Only 2 comments?
    Well I’m mighty proud to be in the trenches and hope they’re correct about the comeuppance tsunami…I expect some sort of surprise before 11/2,
    either tears for sympathy from BO or head busting union goons shooting people at the polls but I suspect something!
    In the meantime:

    Travelwise of Wise-Up

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