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Danny John
06-09-2007, 04:59 PM
We have been had:

"Developing: In Dan John’s most recent article in Hardstyle mentions “Pop Tarts”. He could have chosen any toaster pastry but he chose Pop Tarts. What’s the meaning of this? Is this some sort of secret communication to Robb Wolf and the Flying Toaster of nerds? Is he expressing a desire to jump ship to the toaster?"

First, he calls me out with the 801 area code...I am amazed he figured that I wasn't in the "435" as the kids in the Utah 'hood call it...now, the brain trust behind MI is on to our codes.

Curses! I must spill the beans on this, though: Have you ever noticed that the Coach of the Site Not to be Named, IronGarm and the people at MI have NEVER been seen together?

Think about that...Bill Fox's last name starts with "F." The Coach of the Site Not to be Named starts with "G." F is next to G in the dictitonary. "H" has no meaning, but "I"...IronGarmx...is next.

It is a straight line of logic.

Robb Wolf
06-10-2007, 07:51 AM
Dan-

Your Good looks and Gin soaked wit are second only to your crushing analytical ubber-mind. Touche my friend...you are on to something.

It is interesting that Walshy did not notice two other Performance Menu notables in the recent Hard Style. Greg " I That My Pizza?" Everett and Aimee "I put up with Greg Everett" Anaya.

There is plenty of room on the Toaster BTW.

Ron Nelson
06-10-2007, 03:20 PM
I'm confused. I thought "Hard Style" was a gay porn mag and Bill Fox was the Editor in Chief.

That's what Walshy told me.

I also heard that Dan John was only a pen name. As for "Robb Wolf," we that's obvious.

Scott Kustes
06-11-2007, 05:40 AM
Robb, we were trying to fill the Toaster, aka The Nerdmobile, but then you sold out to Kellogg's with your Pop Tarts endorsement. Everybody hates a sellout.