IMAO 10th Blogiversary Week: Retrospective – Part 5

Posted on July 13, 2012 8:00 am

Year by year, some of the great posts in IMAO history:
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2002 – 6 suggestions for executing Osama bin Laden. Surprisingly, none of them include dumping his rotting corpse into the ocean.

2003 – Know Thy Enemy: Liberals – Still relevant today. Oddly, even that line about Gitmo.

2004 – The first editorial ever posted to the internet: “We Should Target More Civilians

2005 – Aquaman joins IMAO – “Don’t Tap on the Glass

2006 – Scary Evil Monkey!

2007 – I think this was where I first started getting the hang of Newsish Fakery posts: “America’s 2007 Corn Crop a ‘Failure’, Top Democrats Tell Bush

2008 – This one’s dedicated to all the “professional comedy writers” who still to this very day in 2012 claim that it’s impossible to find anything funny to write about Obama.

2009 – Anyone remember the Climategate email scandal?

2010 – Some of Mr. Right’s best Photoshoppery, right here: Classic Halloween Horror Shows

2011 – How to insult a Muslim.

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Gotta say I really hated doing these posts, since I kept losing focus and drifting through the archives like Tom Hanks on a raft in the Pacific.

WILSON!

PS: The entire “Frank the Artist” category. Those stick figure drawings just make me giggle like a lunatic.

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4 Responses to “IMAO 10th Blogiversary Week: Retrospective – Part 5”

  1. Alucard says:

    I always thought death by “massive pork injection” would’ve been the most fitting end for Osama. That or motorboating him with hundreds of decadent, Western women.

  2. Iowa Jim says:

    Those stick figure drawings just make me giggle like a lunatic.

    Me, too; they have that in common with everything that Joseph Biden says.

  3. Jimmy says:

    There are some possible interesting hints on the identity of Scary Evil Monkey in that link.

  4. 4of7 says:

    Aquaman’s Lament:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wuLLXQizuuY

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