Junior Ganymede
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Nothing to See Here. Please Move On.

February 21st, 2011 by Paul Bunyan

I am an apolitical, statistically average [insert profession here] of indeterminate gender who lives in the suburbs of a major metropolitan area in your state, with pleasant but non-threatening looks and 1.8 darling children.

I usually don’t follow politics, but I was just horrified when I read that some people are upset about government programs to create false ‘personas’ for social media. What’s so wrong with that? I think we should trust the government more. Especially the Air Force. If the government wants to make friends for us, is that so wrong?

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February 21st, 2011 17:19:15

February 21, 2011

I guess it depends on whose ox is getting gored.

February 22, 2011

So, are you saying that Paul Bunyon and Vader are not “real” humans????

Fortunately, a name like Rameumptom could not be faked by such software. And I recommend everyone out there to go visit their local Air Force recruiter and sign up for whatever position may be open at the moment. It is your patriotic duty!

The Junior Ganymede
February 22, 2011

Vader is all too real. Bunyan was an original co-blogger who was forced out by the government as part of their bailout of the Junior Ganymede.
We don’t know who this new Paul Bunyan is, or if its the same guy.
We are trying to identify him, but we keep getting distracted thinking about the many wonderful career opportunities in Today’s ™ Air Force.

February 22, 2011

Oh, I’m real, all right.

But I don’t live in the suburbs, I’m hardly apolitical, my looks are not often described as pleasant but non-threatening, and I don’t have 1.8 children.

Unless you are thinking of the consequences of that unfortunate lightsaber accident while roughhousing with my son.

Adam G.
February 24, 2011

I just read that in the run-up to the Webster-Ashburton treaty, which settled the boundary between Maine and New Brunswick, Daniel Webster used secret government funds to pay for pro-treat propaganda in the State of Maine.

So the Air Force is really just celebrating some of our fine, old Americana. Next up: rolling hogsheads of whiskey into the offices of congressmen who vote for military appropriations.

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