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For those people who should sell if their IQ ever hits fifty, we have the perfect solution. Simply plug your web-enabled brain implant browser into our live streaming media database of random thoughts from normal people and sound like an intelligent man. Impress the ladies! Discount for politicians!
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Uses the word 'pundit' in a sentence. [reensure, Jan 01 2002]
(?) Bu||$hit Generator
For use by MBAs [LeBain, Jan 04 2002, last modified Oct 05 2004]
(?) Bull$h!t Bingo
For use when in meetings with MBAs [LeBain, Jan 04 2002, last modified Oct 05 2004]
(?) Dilbert Mission Statement Generator
How MBAs impress other MBAs [LeBain, Jan 04 2002, last modified Oct 05 2004]
(?) Postmodern Research Papers
How to get an MBA [LeBain, Jan 04 2002, last modified Oct 05 2004]
Here come the Borg...
Not terribly far off now. [RayfordSteele, Oct 10 2011]
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||re: Sarcasm... methinks RayfordSteele is making a tongue in cheek point about the bakery itself. This IS RealThought Gold.
||No...the Gold edition would probably have consistently ingenious thoughts, and ones of a specie which would not involve custard and explosions so often. I imagine the HB would be the tie-dye-colored edition.
||reensure chose the word pundit correctly. I still say this is The Gold Standard. And after all is said and done, everyone knows there is only one opinion which matters - that being mine of course.
||The .5bakery doesn't crash NEARLY as often as anything from Real(ly Bad) does...
||I used to be intelligentimized and unintelligiblacious upon first earglance myself.
||Wow.... scary how much that bs generator site sounds like me....
||(author's note.... this wasn't intended as sarcasm directed at HB but a tongue-in-cheek comment as to what we could do with web-enabled brain implants, upon my discovery of the category. In short, the category was the impetus).