Monday, October 31, 2005

But Paul Probably Is the Walrus

Tipped off by an alert reader, we went to the KM3 website to see it for ourselves:



Some might attribute the misspelling to error. We suspect otherwise. "Libby is not the leek"—could easily be read as, "Libby is not the onion," which sounds a lot like a secret coded message being sent by a KMTV staffer. Perhaps it's a signal to begin the long-awaited dismantling of "For What It's Worth."

3 comments:

Matt_X said...

Maybe "the leek" is one of Trav's Dungeons and Dragons characters.

Matt_X said...

Also, it's easier for the neo-cons to check the "no" box. Of course Libby's not the leek! He may be the leak, but...

joeygrisgris said...

Initially, this brought tears to my eyes. But onion other hand, I don't carrot all. So since this barley rates a mention, if you peas, we'll just chalk it up to a case of cerebral parsley.

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