The Mega-Post is Dead


LONG LIVE THE MEGA-POST!

You should be able to view it again, but Masako had to shut off the comments at…

3821.

She had to delete one spam comment to get it viewable again (link).

Please, let’s hear a big round of applause for all of you who posted in the Mega-Post and kept it alive for a year and four months. Please use this comment thread to post your fondest memories of the post with the most…

the Mega-Post.

8,366 thoughts on “The Mega-Post is Dead”

  1. Oh right. So we’re outsourcing our jumps to bots now.

    Next we’ll have to ‘scorch the sky’ to deprive them of their solar power.

  2. Did you have ‘social distancing’, ‘self-isolation’ or ‘black lives matter’, Steve? If so, I think you’ll be okay.

  3. Thanks a lot a lot a lot a lot for all the good pleasurable work work that you do do so much much. I would post a link to the fantabulous other research that I might recommend, but I forgot to copy copy it.

    Hate to see anyone miss out on the many treasures that they could could enjoy simply by clicking on the link I forgot to supply, but what the hey hey nonna nonna.

  4. What we need is a link to click to read the bollocks encouraging us to click a link. So we don’t have to read the bollocks.

  5. Hahahaha! “Classy region!” Hahahaha!

    Oh! I need to catch my breath!

    That was funny, Ace. Thank you for the laughter. Needed that.

  6. Well, the French were complicit, so why not? Meanwhile, the Statue of Liberty has hinted about going back home till things get sorted out here.

  7. Yes, Happy 4th.

    Our Germans let us down a bit there, clearly. Dear oh dear. But for that pesky Lafayette and the demands of our global war(s), I reckon you’d clearly all still be part of the Empire. Like India and Burma and all that jazz.

    Hang on . . . [touches fingers to headphones] . . . I’m just getting some additional information . . .

  8. I am beginning to think of CARS postings as an erratic analogue of the mystical mythical village of Brigadoon, appearing out of the mists to taunt us only to disappear again until the next appointed time.

  9. Surely ‘Happy England Cricket World Cup’, day, Nxxx?

    The French don’t even play cricket. Except French cricket. Which isn’t really cricket. Nor really French.

    Remind me again why we bother with words?

    1. 20 years after the last top class motorcycle GP win by the French, another today. Amazing the effect of Bastille Day.

  10. I don’t celebrate Bastille Day. I can barely manage Talk Like a Pirate Day on September 19th and Squawk Like a Parrot Day, which is on November Umpteenth.

  11. Please maintain a safe distance or wear a mask, even in the tunnels. Not sure if the ‘rona or Del’s critters are more dangerous down there…

  12. We’ll need those tunnels when it really hits. Like in War of the Worlds (Jeff Wayne’s version anyway): ‘Underground . . . underground . . . ‘

  13. Ahhh, TLAPD.

    I predict a riot.

    And the government is giving *everyone* their predictions currently.

    So I’m not sure how they can circle that square.

  14. I prefer to talk like a pirate who has had his windpipe perforated in a swashbuckling incident. The hissing and whistling adds a festive touch, but my voice coach says that I have a long way to go before anyone will get my drift.

  15. Sorry not to have been around for a while but I’ve been binge watching The Kardashians in prescient anticipation of today’s sad announcement regarding the termination of that Great Social Good.

    I think we’ve all had a tear in our eye since then.

    First CARS, then the K’s. Whatever next . . .

  16. I was probably Del who got rich off CARS. Who else was running a business here? It cost me an arm and a leg for the first iFlame that I bought, and then I had to buy replacement limbs from her to get my body parts back in order. There was that mix-up where I ended up with two left feet — I was planning to sue her because she wouldn’t give me a refund or exchange, but then I realized that I actually could dance better with two left feet. Oy vey!

    I think Del left because she had saturated the market (with blood), or because she wanted to spend more time with her family (of critters?).

    1. Correction:“It was Del,” NOT “I was Del.”

      I was definitely not Del, nor a ‘bot, nor a troll. I am being frank and earnest, however.

  17. IT like a pirate?

    But surely that’s just running up flags and shouting ‘Surrender, you lubbers’ at passing ships?

    . . .

    I should do more puns there really (cables, rigging, webs and so on) but I’m tired and I’m outsourcing that to you lot.

    You’re welcome.

  18. A little bird (possibly a parrot) told me that the romanticized pirate speech has its roots in Cornish speech. Do either of you islanders have an ancient friend from Cornwall who can give advanced tips for aspiring pirate-talkers? The book Piratese for Dummies is sold out at my local bookstore, along with Ventriloquism for Dummies.

  19. Cornwall is a Celtic outpost Ace. Anyway yer scurvy dogs, show a leg, there be a Spanish galleon on th port bow (surely port is produced in Portugal and sherry in Spain., however sherry bow does not make much sense.) so sharpen up ee cutlas, prime ee pistols an get thee to ee grappling ooks, or il ave ee keelorled, aaaggghhh. Remember th Pirate’s vow, all for an one for all. By th way, i got a hell of a migraine so doee mind if i go back to me ammock for a bit more kip?

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