Circ Jockeys

Circ Jockeys #10 – Army of Dorkness part 2

Posted in Comics by Steeb on October 22, 2009

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Bruce Campbell, eat your heart out.

I really do think that every library (or any public place for that matter) should have an emergency zombie survival kit. It should include a shotgun and shells, a chainsaw, a box of strike anywhere matches, something shiny, and a copy of Love Medicine by Louise Erdrich (for the purpose of killing brain cells).

So this button set that I have for sale happens to include “Evil Dead Richard” in pin form. I’m just sayin’ is all…

Halloween is coming up. What are you going to dress up as?

See you next week with the exciting conclusion of this three part Zombie epic!

-Steve

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  1. Balissa said, on October 22, 2009 at 12:27 am

    I’m going as Doctor Girlfriend.
    How about you, Steben?
    I sure do love you.

  2. jenniehuntoon said, on October 23, 2009 at 12:38 pm

    You ended that sentence with a preposition!!

    • Circ Jockeys said, on October 23, 2009 at 12:58 pm

      You ended that sentence with an unnecessary exclamation point.

      Actually, I ended three sentences with prepositions, and I stand by each and every one of them. It is acceptable to end a sentence with a preposition if said preposition is not extraneous. i.e. “What are you going to dress up as?” has a very different meaning if written as “What are you going to dress up?” which seems to imply disbelief at the fact that someone would dress up at all. Even then it ends with a preposition. I don’t know of anyone that would willingly rephrase that to ‘Up as what are you going to dress?’

      If putting prepositions at the end of a sentence is something up with which you can not put, then I certainly hope you enjoy your awkwardly crafted phrases.

      If you need more convincing, I shall direct you to the internet.
      http://www.google.com

  3. jenniehuntoon said, on November 2, 2009 at 2:36 pm

    Well played, sir, well played.


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