Sunday, September 06, 2009

I am CC, the great and powerful.


Fly, my pretties! I am awesome in my awesomeness, am I not?

25 comments:

Doctor Cynic said...

Oh My Lord CC, what should I spam on their blog today? And can you make sure you add up my paycheque for this month properly? Thanks.

Frank Frink said...

I'm really not so good at this flying thing but if you increase my weekly ale allowance threefold I'll consider stumbling over.

Southern Quebec said...

You are powerful...they took the typical knee jerk reaction...COMMENT MODERATION!

So, f*cking predictable...

Lindsay Stewart said...

jeeziz, don't encourage him with this great and powerful schtick. next he'll be insisting he should be wiping with your gramma's lace doilies as befits his noble rump. let's face it, it isn't exactly special to be smarter than the blogging moderators, your pets can claim that distinction.

CC said...

My pet's litter box can claim that distinction.

Ti-Guy said...

You guys are terrible. You don't how much being that stupid hurts.

...Gawd, I hope it hurts. Judging how miserable they all are as well, it must.

pogge said...

I thought it was kos that I'm supposed to obey without question. I'm so confused.

Bismark said...

No need for confusion, don't all the "little trolls" that comment here take orders directly from CC Command Central.

What a warped fantasy world Huntsy lives in.

LuLu said...

If we're all so very powerful here at "CC Command Central", why are none of you mowing my lawn and washing my car? Huh? Huh? Looks like a girl has to do simply everything for herself.

To be honest, I pay someone to mow my lawn but don't tell Hunter that -- it'll just confuse her.

CC said...

I suspect childproof caps confuse that idiot.

Southern Quebec said...

As Hunter would say, "It's Peter's Principle!" HA!

Ardvark said...

Can anyone here justify why Ignatieff claimed to be an American?

Extra points if you can do it without the distraction of throwing in some comment PM Harper made in the past.

CC said...

Shorter "Ardvark": We demand that you address our criticisms of Michael Ignatieff, without ever, ever, ever pointing out the ridiculous hypocrisy and double standards of those criticisms."

"We have every right to make fun of Michael Ignatieff. Stephen Harper, on the other hand, is totally out of bounds. Do those rules work for you?"

Ardvark said...

Go for it, but at least have the balls to address Ignatieff's comments, or would doing so be too cynical for you?

Ardvark said...

Hey SQ, Far and wide went to comment moderation rather than have to face the truth of MI's attempt at being an American impostor. Care to comment on that?

LuLu said...

Shorterer Ardvark: Pardon my false-equivalence humping.

KEvron said...

ardvark[sic], care to nuzzle my junk?

KEvron

CC said...

Shorter Ardvark: "As a member of a right-wing aggregator whose only rebuttal to every single issue for the last four years has been, 'But ... but ... but the Liberals!', it's completely unacceptable for anyone to address my arguments with, 'But ... but ... but Stephen Harper!' Only we're allowed to deflect like that."

Ardvark said...

So in other words you got nothing.

Jon Pertwee said...

sounds more like you have nothing Ardvark.

someone's worried...


I'm just saying.

Lindsay Stewart said...

Poor, poor Aardvark. Mistook the place for a Liberal stronghold instead of a cadre of folk that see through the duplicity and incompetence of Stevie Harper and the Reformed Fluffers Glee Club. I have no use for either of the "leaders" I don't think they serve a function of any value beyond generating nightsoil.

Ardvark said...

LS at least you are honest about it. So far all I have gotten from my questions about Ignatieff's own words is avoidance.

BTW, my support for the conservatives has as much to do with them as it does with how bad the other alternatives are.

liberal supporter said...

Can anyone here justify why Ignatieff claimed to be an American?

Extra points if you can do it without the distraction of throwing in some comment PM Harper made in the past
.
He was speaking in solidarity with his audience, Americans, who were happy for the support.

Another example of speaking in solidarity with your audience is a speech on the balcony of the Rathaus Schöneberg by this terrible person.
Where is my prize? Or are you going to go with "that's different", the usual refuge of a BT?

liberal supporter said...

arrgh screwed up the link: Here

Ardvark said...

I knew John Kennedy and Michael Ignatieff is no John F. Kennedy.

Ok the first part is a lie, but the second part is very true.