Folks, I deeply apologize for the mass email that was sent today with gibberish in place of the normally tongue-in-cheek-yet-informative IP news and rhetoric to which you are accustomed.
I use a great service called MailChimp to automatically distribute my blog to y’all via email weekly. I had paused the email, which usually sends on Tuesday at 11am EST, in order to fix some color in the template. Little did I know that, when I caused the mail to resume, I had disconnected the RSS feed required to aggregate my blog’s content. So MailChimp’s system filled in the blank email with their automatic sample data.
So I will reward you all for your patience with one of my favorite not-so-true stories:
I saw a sign above a restaurant that read ‘Shrimp! All you can eat for a dollar!’. I went in and sat down and the waiter brought a plate with one shrimp on it. I said, “Waiter. I thought it was all-you-can-eat for a dollar.” He responded, “That is all you can eat for a dollar.”
Now, I’m going to finish my coffee.