Friday, October 12, 2012

Arguing on the Internet (the ultimate article)

"Do you like arguing on the internet?" ~ Mitchell and Webb (via geeksquadgangbang.tumblr)


Welcome back, kids.  Since yesterday was the very heated Vice Presidential debate, I thought I would do a segment on the very explosive topic "arguing on the internet"...  because yesterday,  I myself,  got into (for the lack of a better word) an "argument" on the internets. 

I am not going into a long, tedious, drawn out explanation of what happened... I will just attempt (for the most part) to tell the story in pictures.  So here we go:






(Well, there was one positive thing that came about because of this exchange...I invented a new meme, called the "What's the point?" goat!)



the newly invented "What's the point?" goat meme


But WAIT...it gets BETTER!




And with that, I guess I won the "argument", because I have not heard back from this individual. 



Well, that is all I have for you today, true believers.  Once again, thank you muchly, and please remember to support your local zoo.

Stay classy, Chicago!

16 comments:

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    1. Noo..it's the voice of Tony Van Helsing.

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  2. You so won that argument, man! I only wish you could have sent him a picture of the "What's the point?" goat to crown your victory. The goat saying "So" is interesting, because if someone says "So", you can respond with the rhyme:

    So, so suck my toe
    All the way to Mexico

    Remember that if you get into an argument and someone says "So".

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    1. Thank you, Gorilla. Up to now I had been saying "sew buttons", but yours is better.

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  3. Look at you, being all cool and stuff, arguing on the internet!

    I remember one time Daniel Tosh responded to one of my tweets. It made my day.

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    1. Spazz, well sometimes Greg Onision favorites my tweets. But I still don't know what good "favoriting" a tweet does...??

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  4. Obama reads Jimmyfungus? That's some damn good publicity right there. I think that you did win. Whoever stops responding first, or mentions the Nazis first, loses an argument. At least, that is how it works online. I got a laugh from the goat. That is a goat that says "What's the point?"

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    1. Mark, that can be tricky if you are arguing WITH a Nazi.

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  5. Internet arguments, I feel bad whenever I engage in one but at the same time, you can never get out once you've gotten in.

    Because if you leave, he's won.

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    1. DWei, luckily I am used to losing at most things, soooo... sew buttons.

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  6. hahaha nice meme! well, I wouldn't mind any religion for the president of my country's tho

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  7. You lost me at the re-tweeting stuff (I'm a Twitter-a-phobe) but I sure agree Chicago should stay classy. I always liked Chicago. It's gotten better since that guy went to jail -- what was his name? Oh yeah. Capone. Yup, Chicago's definitely cooler now! :-)

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    1. Haha. Well Al Capone is no longer a problem, but Chicago is one of the most violent cities in the world anyhow. I live in the suburbs though, but nobody knows where that is, which is why I just say Chicago.

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  8. You eviscerated him! I would really vote for Abraham Fungus Jr. if he had protested like my Green Party Women. Maybe he can do their consolation song, because we all know they're going to lose. It's just how graceful they do so that matters.

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    1. Abraham Fungus Jr. sings lots of protest songs like Bob Dylan.

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  9. haha...who would have thought garth brooks would be a part of an obama argument?

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