Creative Destruction

April 4, 2006

Why does this always happen in pairs?

Filed under: New Author — Adam Gurri @ 11:50 pm

Not gonna look a gift horse in the mouth.

introducing Barry, of Amptoons!  A sharp mind and a good sense of humor, CD will certainly be better for his contributions 🙂

Creative Destruction has had a good week, I think it's safe to say. 

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6 Comments »

  1. Barry makes a weak case very, very well and I look forward to many productive discussions.

    Comment by bobhayes — April 5, 2006 @ 12:33 am | Reply

  2. ZOMG! We get Ampersand!?!

    What’s next? Do you have Jeff Goldstein waiting in the wings so Bob has someone to agree with?
    [/snark]

    Comment by offcolfax — April 5, 2006 @ 9:07 am | Reply

  3. ZOMG? I don’t know that expression. I’ll therefore assume it means “welcome, oh unbelievably good looking one.”

    Barry makes a weak case very, very well and I look forward to many productive discussions.

    Weakness is strength! Night is day! Keanu Reeves is an actor!

    Comment by Ampersand — April 6, 2006 @ 9:59 am | Reply

  4. Oh, and thank you so much for the welcome, Adam. 🙂

    Comment by Ampersand — April 6, 2006 @ 9:59 am | Reply

  5. I must admit that I was bit taken aback by this, too. In a positive way.

    Welcome!

    Comment by tuomas — April 6, 2006 @ 12:01 pm | Reply

  6. “welcome, oh unbelievably good looking one.”

    I guess you don’t get to spend much time on those multiplayer online games, Barry. ZOMG is a form of L33T-speak, derived from the traditional acronym of “Oh My God” and is used to convey amazement of the second-highest order. It is negated in the form of ZOMGLOL, which basically signifies, whether directed at self or others, “How can someone be this stupid?”

    This episode of “L33T 4 T3H N00B” has been brought to you by the letters A, E, and O.

    Comment by offcolfax — April 6, 2006 @ 5:12 pm | Reply


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