Somehow, a fairly benign item over on Unfair Park about Trey’s genius handiwork resulted in an ad hominem attack on the D Empire from one of their commenters. Let’s jump, if only because I’m bored and waiting for my son to finish watching SpongeBob.
“It is imperative that people residing in the state of Texas understand that arrogance and perfection go hand in hand at D Magazine.” Only true when it’s arms-and-back day on Eric’s workout plan.
“If they say it, it not only must be true, it has to be true.” That used to be the motto that appeared just below the “D” on every cover, during the first four years of our existence.
“They are an upscale version of Heaven’s Gate Monthly.” He’s sort of paraphrasing, but yes, indeed, this was our second, short-lived motto. Only lasted four regrettable issues.
“Soon they will reach even a higher state of perfection when they get to wallow in the [redacted] of George & Laura Bush.” Someone has been reading Tim’s dream journal again.
“To the uninformed, they may look like a company of bimbo/himbos who are sucking ketchup from a plastic container at McDonalds…” Another statement that only really applies to Eric. This is usually after cardio day.
“…you can rest assured they know what is best for all.” Anyone who has seen Tim run a fast break at the Premier Club knows this to be patently untrue.
“Only an [redacted, I guess] would every [sic] challenge them.” Thank you for your courage.
“Former cheerleaders and sissy hets know what is best.” Third motto, used from 1996-99.