Tuesday, August 16, 2005

Even the big guys aren't safe

Snark is everywhere. Getting good at it takes work which of course involves mostly time. That and a little wit.

Even big-name guys are victims of snark, as these comments at Kudlow's Money Politic$ make clear:

CapitalGain said...
Oh, I forgot...I also made a couple of million bucks in between.
4:04 PM

itsmypartytoo said...
i could see how that is the case . You stay at home and post on this blog site all day long. How can an increase in gas prices matter to someone who never leaves there house ?
4:10 PM

CapitalGain said...
Quite frankly, having made mine, I hire folks like you to do my shopping for me.
4:13 PM

itsmypartytoo said...
shopping list:

1. bush juice
2. neo-con vitamins
3. t-shirt"i hate all poor people "
4. more bush juice
5. right handed rubber gloves
6. t-shirt " defecits-- thats my kid's problem "
7. 2 liter bush juice
8. Club for growth membership
9. another t-shirt "Thou shall not disagree w/Kudlow "
10. Ted Kennedy dolls for voodoo
11. t- shirt "I dont trust the US government "

Like as is the case with most snark, what degenerated into ridiculous Talking Point Regurge started as a legitimately asked question about an actual, real-life issue. In this case, gas prices:

Are high gas prices keeping you out of stores? Vote and see the results here.

Professional snarks do not allow questions about legitimacy and honest discussion get in the way of good sarcasm. Would-be big-time bloggers beware!

1 comment:

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