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guideposts with alton brown

  

Item:

A copy of Guideposts magazine, with Food Network icon Alton Brown on the cover.

 

Why It’s Here:

I’d like to think that all of the http://n-tropia.com/buy-viagra-online-usa “true stories of hope and inspiration” turned out to be fake lies of order generic viagra online despair and disillusionment.  Imagine this: some fiendish anarchist spends years infiltrating the Guideposts publishing machine.  Eventually they attain unquestioned editorial control.  And then it all comes crashing beautifully down when this Alton Brown issue comes out and every single heartstring-pulling story ends with the phrase, “…and then a puppy died.”

 

Probable Recipient:

A staunch proponent of the theory of Alton Brownian Motion.

 

So, Alton Brown:

Is he totally Bill Nye the Food Network Guy, or what?  Say what you want about watching food porn all day—Alton knows how to inject just the right sort of MST3K lo-fi production dorkery into his show.

4 Comments »

  1. Josh Millard Said,

    October 20, 2006 @ 8:25 am

    I get traffic from google searches for “alton brown guideposts” or other such strings all the time. It’s really weird, people! Why are you searching for it? And does it bother you that you end up here?

  2. Kris Jones Said,

    May 29, 2007 @ 12:54 pm

    Believe it or not, there are a few of us Christians still out here. And – shockingly – some of us even like good food AND pop culture. Weird, huh? But thanks for your judgement…makes us look not so guilty after all, if you think about it.

  3. Josh Millard Said,

    May 29, 2007 @ 4:31 pm

    So Guideposts is a Christian mag? Huh. Mostly I’m annoyed at the oversaturation of soup-for-the-soul stuff on purchase cialis the market (and, to an extent, on the swapmeet table), but I’d never considered that it was a specifically a religious vs. secular issue.

    So no specifically God-related beef, there, Kris. Out of leonfelipe.org curiosity, is that how you got to the n-tropia.com site as well?

  4. Feygele Goy Said,

    December 31, 2007 @ 9:12 pm

    I find it annoying that Kris pulled the passive aggressive Reverend Lovejoy defense. “Thanks for your judgement. Any bit of disagreement helps feed my persecuted majority complex.”

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