Additional Corrections to Previous Content

The following points are to clarify and correct previous inaccuracies in content posted to this site:

 

3DPrinted business cards are annoying. This stands in contrast to the original statement that they are “dope”.

Do not under any circumstance try to capture a penguin. They are litigious.

Sports reporters are not defeated by garlic.

The ending of The Sopranos was pretty good in hindsight.

Shouting “fire” in a public space is and always will be wrong and immoral, but shouting “spire!” in a public place will always help you identify the D&D players in the room. This statement remains true, but we have to point out that you should not shout in public spaces as a general rule.

The computer chair you use daily does not smell weird.

Five tables stacked in front of a door does not count as a fort. It counts as a fire hazard.

“When life hands you lemons, make Clan Jade Falcon pay for their sins” is not the saying.

Spell check is not a way to check on your coworkers who might be employing blood magic.

There are two categories of people in the world; those who smell dry erase markers before use and those who are not invited to parties.

If bitten by the WWWolfman you will not be cursed with lycanthropy, just devotion to saving the environment.

Trinidad and Trinimom love you very much and want you to know that Trinidog is living in a ranch upstate now.

Cheeseburgers may or may not exist in paradise.

Elephants are not solely responsible for remembering the Alamo.

 

 

 

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