Thursday, November 29, 2007

Megan Madlibs

The following is composed of bits of what Megan wrote tonight put together at my whim.

Critics of the pharmaceutical industry often claim the deliberate taunting seems highly unnecessary, while gazing, in quiet admiration, at the new full-sized freelance socialist.
Should we take our ball and go home? What good are the bases doing us?
The answer is, no one knows, exactly, it seems we forgot to train our replacement.
I simply ran out of train metaphors while writing for the Economist.
This means something.


M. Bouffant said...

William S. Burroughs cuts it up from beyond the grave!

Anonymous said...

That actually kind of makes more sense than some of her regular posts.