As I'm sure I've told you, the term "Facebook Funnies" didn't make much sense to me. So, you might be asking, why did it take you a whole year to change it, Al? Well, these things take time and I wanted to make sure I did it right. You know, like the U.S. government.
Everything was going swell, too, and I was all set to make a breakthrough sometime around Labor Day. 2017. Then, Mark Zuckerberg goes ahead and serves me with a "cease and desist" letter to stop using the term "Facebook."
So, eff him.
|"Et tu, Penwasser? |
Well, I'm gonna unfriend your ass so fast your head will spin."
So there you are.
Sadly, that left me with two choices. I could:
1) Stop doing this and write an actual post every Thursday,
instead. Yeah. That's gonna happen.
2) Keep doing it under a different name.
For this week, I chose "Captain Caption," which came to me via a suggestion from Pat Hatt of It's Rhyme Time. Go ahead and visit Pat and his friend the cat, if you're not already followers of them. You, and your intelligence, will be happy you did.
Since Pat and the cat are two very talented people (yes, yes, I know a cat is not a "people," just go with me on this one), I thought to give this a shot. After all, it's MUCH better than what I was thinking: "Picture Thingie."
Let me know what you think of it. Don't worry, if you tell me you don't like it, Pat won't get all hacked off. After all, he's Canadian and those guys are super polite (even though a lot of them are French). As far as the cat....well, you might have a poem written in your honor which may cast aspersions on your character and sexual proclivities. He may be Canadian, too, but he's a Canadian CAT. You've been warned.
Okay, enough BLAH BLAH BLAH. On with the picture. Captain Caption-or something else entirely-may return next week.
Or will it?
|"I'll bet you that, if I aim just right, I'll be able to hit my horse right in the frikkin' skull. That'll sure teach those Je...hey, wait! That can't be right. |
Oh, well, I'll just go marry my sister instead."