January 22, 2011

He was unaware of the postage stamp sized Dorito crumb on his face as he said...

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  1. I had a teacher who was fond of a particular saying that feels relevant here:

    "Empty hulls make the most noise."

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  2. Every day when I click on the bookmark for this comic my brain reads "Overvalued Customers"

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  3. Maybe his workplace admires Dorito crumbs as a sign of leadership?

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  4. Yeah, everyone is DUMB but ME... *crunch*crunch*crunch* ~mmmmmmmmm, stale.

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  5. Did you bean him in the head before he reached the racks? With Dorito crumb, comes the even more terrifying Dorito fingers. Before you know it, this guy'll have ruined all your Cry for Justice or Rise of Arsenal.

    Some days i'm amazed LCS's don't have a box of forensic gloves right there on the counter that're mandatory.

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  6. knowing the kinda places that'd hire this mook, i wouldn't be shocked if he WAS the smartest guy there.

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  7. When I was working at a comic shop, I DEFINITELY had a guy who regularly came in and informed me that was a "Genius" (and that DC was insane for not hiring him as a writer) while his shirt was tucked into his underwear.

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  8. Dammit. Now I'm reading "Overvalued Customers," too. Must be some kind of Jedi Mindshit.

    http://ourvaluedcustomers.blogspot.com/2010/11/to-his-friend.html

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