QUOTE(EricBarbour @ Thu 16th June 2011, 4:38pm)
QUOTE(Gruntled @ Thu 16th June 2011, 1:50am)
Jimbo himself is of course in Encyclopedia Britannica.
So is Rush Limbaugh. And he's now selling iced tea in bottles.
Bottles featuring a picture of himself, dressed as Paul Revere
Is the tea safe for liberals to drink?
Yes, absolutely! The tea is excellent and worthy of all! The tea is a melting pot, full of American values and the taste of freedom; everyone can share in it’s magic. [Go get him, Greg!] There is a charge however, which may be a shock to some.
Can liberals pay a higher price if they choose?
Yes! However, since most liberals prefer to have everything paid for them this is highly unlikely.
Can liberals pay a lower price if they choose?
No, but we will happily accept payment from third parties buying the tea for liberals who think someone else should buy their tea for them.
Why do you have a recycling symbol on your product if you so adamantly criticize environmentalists and the green movement?
Having a recycling symbol on each Two If By Tea™ bottle is merely for labeling and industry requirements. It is not meant to be a political statement of any sort or an attempt to “Save the Planet” as many environmentalist wackos would suggest.
And predictably, the commentary from the peanut gallery is impolite:
Everyone gimmie your best. What would you think a tea with the face of Limbaugh on the bottle tastes like. No saying "shit."
Like a monkey pissing in his own mouth.
No, I'm looking for something comparably sick.
Hmm, like puking a little in your mouth and then swallow it again and you can taste the last thing you ate or drank? Like that?
More Sick, eh? You ask, we deliver: How about bottled santorum? That sick enough?
What makes it diet?
Only half the lube?
The Nazis are of course mentioned, but we may have a new internet version of Godwin's law here: As an unmoderated BBS conversation is allowed to run, the probability of mentioning santorum approaches 1.
Okay, you read it here first. Milton Roe's Law.