How to Solve Problems with Internet Piracy

Today, I felt the need to steal as much Internet as possible before the SOPA kicks in. I did post a Goofy t-shirt with an image I stole from the Disney Company, but they haven’t come after me for it yet. I have been listening for the sirens all day. I need to find victims a little closer at hand.

My blog doesn’t have any good pictures in it. Ken has a blog (lahikmajoe) with wonderful pictures in it. He is actually quite the photographer. So, I decided to steal some pictures from Ken’s blog. Imagine my disappointment when I get to his blog with the specific goal of stealing pictures, and all he has on there is some car that apparently had a run in with a slab of meat. I’m trying to STEAL things here. Very disappointing!

So then I think to myself, I will go to Jamie’s blog (I Thought This Would Be Easier). Her entire blog is beautiful, maybe I can lift the whole thing. When I arrive at Jamie’s blog, I realize that there is a blog post about an actual car IN a meat market. But, guess what… she has no picture! I think I see what needs to be done here.

Dear Jamie… here is your missing photograph from the car in the meat market:
where to store your meat « lahikmajoe

windscreen meat

Dear Ken… here is your missing explanation for the meat windshield:
There’s a whole CAR in the meat market!! « I Thought This Would Be Easier


Enjoy your stolen Internets. I feel like freaking ROBIN HOOD! Yea me!


About lgalaviz
All of this hardly seems necessary.

16 Responses to How to Solve Problems with Internet Piracy

  1. You’re nuts. And we wouldn’t have it any other way!
    It sucks when you want to steal something and your intended victims are totally unhelpful. It’s rude if you ask me.

  2. Gigi says:

    You make me laugh on an hourly basis. Or a semi-hourly basis. Or however often it is that you post or tweet.

    Why yes….I *may* have been drinking when I typed this post….or maybe not….you decide.

  3. Tzipporah says:

    I think it’s time to institute “Talk like an Internet Pirate Day.”

  4. JamieRene says:

    BAHAHAHAHAHA!! SO AWESOME!! That is absolutely the shot I was going for!! You totally just made my day =D

  5. a says:

    I think you are on to something! Steal content, mash it, new idea! Perfect!

  6. You know, it occurred to me that I’ve never seen a picture of a tea picking monkey so maybe, just maybe, Teavana is citing some mythical creature and THAT is why we can’t buy you a monkey at Teavana, Lisa. Or maybe all of the tea picking monkeys are extinct and now they violate labor laws by dressing small children in monkey suits and making them pick tea. I do not want a child in a monkey suit, though, because children are sticky and I have JUST ENOUGH of the OCD that I cannot handle perpetually sticky children. Or diapers. Or the fact that children tend to be loud… and moist. Do you suppose tea picking monkeys (if not mythical) are clean and quiet?

    Obviously, we need to get lakimajoe, the tea guru, to enlighten us about these mystical (and possibly mythical) monkeys.

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