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July 02, 2009

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So...what does it mean to "be the hammer, not the nail"?

Hmmmm- while glad to see their list of priorities I think the place of academics loses something when the word "acAdemics" is spelled incorrectly!

His heart's in the right place...

Bless his heart.

Paul,

That was the whole reason for posting the picture...not to valorize the priorities but to smile at the spelling mistakes.

Each time I post something deadpan a reader writes a comment to "connect the dots" for everyone else, as though the rest of us don't already get it.

GL- sorry, brother, didn't mean to offend or be a jerk. I was just slow on the uptake, obviously. Not the first time I've done something stupid- just ask my wife.

Can I get a hug? I'm feeling pretty sheepish.

Paul,

You can have an evangelical side hug. :)

No offense taken and you weren't a jerk. Maybe I shouldn't have said anything. I don't know. It's just odd that each time I post something....

See this link and see my comment following "Robby" who tells everyone that Lark News is a parody site.

http://commongroundsonline.typepad.com/common_grounds_online/2007/10/wal-mart-censor.html

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