lukersone wrote:Dispatch, Bogie21 -squelch- bogie21 come in... Bogie21 what is your position, over. Bogie21 do you copy? -squelch- bogie21 we have a 1060 here, are you online, do you copy squelchsquelch
teamstortz wrote:Just saw this on deals.woot. Finally an answer to the envelope question!
Don't trust anything that Bogie21 says… he may not even know he's lying…
The last time someone living in a state bordering Canada received a letter from Woot!, they too, fell unnervingly silent.
Though officially denied by Washington and Ottowa, reports indicate that FreeskierInVT's Bouncing Organic Cummerbund came under attack by Canadian paramilitary forces, just as the whole Eastern seaboard was paralyzed by a "freak" snowstorm, produced by then-Minister of Environment, Jim "Destro" Prentince's Weather Dominator (conceptual depiction, below)
It is, however, unlikely that Idahoans will have to contend with "freak" weather, this summer, though, as Prentice tendered his resignation in 2010, following a dramatic falling-out with Canadian Supreme Commander, Stephen Harper (seen below in an undated photo with then-Minister of State for the Status of Women, Helena Guergis).
However, according to an unnamed National Security Council official, Canada's strategy, this time may not be so overt.
Rumors of bizarre 'mind control' experiments still dog Conservative Minister of Health, Leona "Mindbender" Aglukkaq, who was recently dispatched to southern British Columbia, to oversee what Canadian officials claim are 'typical Health Canada live-fire exercises' along the border with Idaho.
While not specifically citing concerns regarding Canadian mind-control technology, this morning, the U.S. Department of Health and Human services publicly urged Americans with friends and family living in Idaho to report any unusual conversations or behavior that they might consider out-of-the-ordinary.
Already, the NIMH has received are thousands of unconfirmed reports of unusual behavior: Idahoans donning nausea-inducting sportcoats; amateur Tim Hortons sightings have been reported in Lewiston, Fairfield and Soda Springs and the Home Depot in Coeur d'Alene is reportedly replacing all Phillips-head screws and bolts with Robertson-head hardware. Most disturbing, however, are indications that Governor Butch Otter is preparing to announce emergency legislation requiring that all potato-based dishes, served in Idaho restaurants, be slathered in brown gravy and cheese curds, effective immediately.
Dark days, indeed. Godspeed Bogie21. Godspeed.
My wife swears I'm keeping Woot! in business all by myself. I think she may be onto something.