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Friday, December 24, 2010

Friday Night Jam!!!


It's Friday night people and it's also Christmas eve. So enjoy your time with your loved ones, mix a little somethin' somethin' in the eggnog, and get ready to laugh at this hilarious new song by The Lonely Island Boys featuring Akon, I Just Had Sex. I'm sure grandma is gonna love this one:



Remember ladies, tis the season for giving! Merry Christmas Ya'll!

Smooth Criminal



Ciroc vodka has these awesome commercials with Diddy in them that I find hilarious, so I figured I'd share in the laughter. To me they beat the Dos Equis commercials. Stay smooth my friends:



Modern Jesus


Merry Christmas to all my readers out there. Well, it's the reason for the season. So, ever wonder what it would be like if Jesus had been born today? Me neither, but now you can know:

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Thanks to my old teacher Mr. Brannon  for bringing that awesome video to my attention. I hope everyone has a great Christmas and enjoy the time with your family! Also, I would be the world's worst Marine if I didn't include this next video:



"God has a hard on for Marines!"

Thursday, December 23, 2010

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

A Handy Guide For Guys


I lucked up and found an exception to the rules, but this is pretty much true to form fellas. Learn it, live it, use it to your advantage.

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Homegrown Sound


 It's Tuesday and I'm about to be headed down 95 to see my woman, but before I dip out, here's a video I just made for my boy Georgia Mic. The song is a remix of I Get Doe and it features Kid. Enjoy!:



That's just a great song. Here's one more by Georgia Mic that I'm really diggin' right now. It's called Stix N Stones and it features Lil Preppy. As I get more music from him and any new videos, I'll keep posting them up. Ya'll show him some love.

Find more artists like Georgia Mic at Myspace Music

Awww, Him Thinks He's People

I'm here for the beer and the bitches!

I love dawgs, but I definitely love some more than others. My friends Patti and Aaron have one of the most awesome dogs ever. His name is Tater and he's the very definition of a damn good dawg. Obedient, great temperament, good with other dawgs, and above all else loyal and loving. He ain't some fancy, papered up, pure bred dawg; he's a first class mutt and was free to a good home. And if you know his owners, and us people who love him, you'd know that's why he fits right in amongst us. One of my favorite things Tater does is let himself in from outside and then he closes the friggin door:



That's just awesome, and awesome is what Tater does best!

You gotta be shittin' me.
I don't think you have the spades... fuck it, I'm all in!

Sunday, December 12, 2010

The Roof, The Roof, The Roof Is the Opposite Of On Fire!



Watch this wild video captured inside the Metrodome after 17 inches of snow was poured on the city of Minneapolis:



That's a lot of snow! Thank goodness the game wasn't in play when this happened.

Friday, December 10, 2010

Friday Night Jam!!!



In case ya'll ain't heard it's Friday, which can only mean one thing, it's time to get buck wild. Let's start it off right with Dr. Dre's newest hit off his long awaited album Detox, enjoy Kush, ft. Snoop Dogg and Akon:



Ya heard it here first! Enjoy ya Friday night.

Monday, December 6, 2010

Friday, November 26, 2010

Friday Night Jam!!!


It's Friday night and the start of the weekend, so here's your Friday Night Jam!!! This song is friggin awesome simply because it's based on an epic movie and it involves people making fools out of themselves in the name of looking cool. So listen to this jam and Move It Like Bernie:

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Love Lost To The Wind

 
 
I hold it true, whate'er befall;
I feel it, when I sorrow most;
'Tis better to have loved and lost
Than never to have loved at all.
From Alfred Lord Tennyson's poem In Memoriam:27, 1850

If you've ever opened your heart to another human being and truly loved them, they'll always hold a unique place in your heart, no matter what terms things ended on. You may have moved on with your life and loved again, but you will never forget and you will always miss that one who held your heart in their hands. And even if you're in a new relationship, there is nothing wrong with that. Memories mold us into who we are, because those experiences helped shape your life. So cling tight to your memories, but love the one your with, while you drift back to the ones that got away with this song by Corey Smith, When The Sun Goes Down In Georgia: 

Monday, November 15, 2010

My Mom Is On Facebook


 I love my mother. She's a beautiful, wonderful woman who has always done what she can to make my life better. But, like so many of ya'll, my mom is on Facebook. That may seem like no big deal, but because of that, I have to watch some of the things I say and pictures I post. Well, at least that use to be the case, until I bought the Damn it, My Mom Is On Facebook Filter:


Man, I need some new dungarees.

Funny Monday


I came across this pic over at The Chive this morning, and it had me in tears. It's a reference to this classic video from SNL featuring Andy Samberg and Justin Timberlake:



"Over at ya parent's house a dick in a box!" That is easily by far one of the funniest videos ever. However, the follow up video was even better to me.



"They're gonna have to rename this one, all up under the covers day!" Hope that gets ya'lls Monday started with some laughs.

Sunday, November 14, 2010

Crazy Beautiful


No doubt exists that all women are crazy; it's only a question of degree. ~ W.C. Fields


Let's face it, all women have snakes in the head, but some snakes are more poisonous than others. The key is finding one that is more Angelina Jolie on the Hot/Crazy scale, instead of Lady Gaga. For those of you not familiar with this scale, here ya go:



Don't get it twisted, I'm not putting women down. Hell, I know I'm crazy. I need a woman who's a little wild and crazy, just at the appropriate time. For example, crazy usually equals amazing sex. We all have our issues, but some women abuse the privilege. I'm just ready to find that woman who is my kinda crazy:



I love ya ladies...





Update, Can't believe I left this one out, but thanks to one of my readers, here it is by request:

Who Needs A Guard Dog?



Certainly not these people. I'm more of a dog person myself, but this video will get you thinking. How would your pitbull do against an alligator? This game of cat and gator does not turn out how you would expect.



That cat doesn't take shit off anyone. The Kentucky Wildcats should watch this in film study before playing Florida next year.

Friday, November 12, 2010

Friday Night Jam!!! (Return To The Dirty South)

It's Friday people, and in honor of Ludacris performing in the Boro' tonight, I bring you a couple of my favorites to welcome him back properly. Ya'll have a great Friday night!





Thursday, November 11, 2010

America's Guardian Angels

  
When our perils are past, shall our gratitude sleep?            ~George Canning


The day after I celebrated my Marine Corps birthday, I turn to salute all Veterans of the Armed Services. America truly is the home of the free, because of the brave. From one Veteran to another, Semper Fidelis, because ya'll have made and continue to make the ultimate sacrifice so Americans can sleep peacefully. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. You will always be my brothers.



In the beginning of a change, the patriot is a scarce man, and brave, and hated and scorned.  When his cause succeeds, the timid join him, for then it costs nothing to be a patriot.  ~Mark Twain

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Happy 235th Birthday!


          "Some people wonder all their lives if they've made a difference. The Marines don't have that problem."- Ronald Reagan

November 10, 1775. The United States Marine Corps was born in Tun Tavern Philadelphia. Every day since they have been the deadliest fighting force known to man. Before we even had a country, we had Marines.

       "People sleep peaceably in their beds at night only because rough men stand ready to do violence on their behalf." - George Orwell

July 23, 1999. A young man ran off a bus and stepped onto a set of yellow footprints at Parris Island, South Carolina. As he was being officially introduced to the island by an irate Drill Instructor, he realized his life would never be the same. I was that young man, and I would spend the next three months being molded into a United States Marine. It will forever be the best decision I ever made.





Platoon 3092
I only served four years in my beloved Corps, but I will always be a Marine. On this day, the 235th Birthday of the USMC, join me in paying the much deserved respect to all Marines, past, present, and future. Semper Fidelis Devil Dogs, this Marine salutes you!























“The Marines I have seen around the world have the cleanest bodies, the filthiest minds, the highest morale, and the lowest morals of any group of animals I have ever seen. Thank God for the United States Marine Corps!”- Eleanor Roosevelt

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Just When You Thought He Was Gone...



Well, I heard George W. Bush was gonna be on Oprah today. I know ya'll missed the hell outta him, because it has nothing to do with whether you loved or hated him, it's because the guy was quality entertainment. Dubya had the lowest Presidential approval rating in history, but a lot of people don't like to mention that he also had the highest ever. I'm not a very political person, but that's got to count for something. Either way, I'm sure people on both sides of the fence will enjoy these clips:










Monday, November 8, 2010

Looks That Kill



Fellas, ya'll all know girls like this... drop dead gorgeous. She's got it, she knows it, and you want her. Thank God for women like this. Just a glimpse of their smile can make your day, and a taste of their kiss can change your life. If you're lucky enough to get either, count yourself among the saints. This goes out to my girls Ashley and Brooke, ya'll know You Be Killin' Em!!!



"Often imitated, never duplicated
They say she a dime, I say she underrated"

Keep Killin' Em Ladies! Ya'll make the world go round.

Friday, November 5, 2010

Friday Night Jam!!!

Yall know what time it is. Here's what yall been waitin' for all day, your Friday Night Jam on SFB. This song is a classic and one of the best songs ever to start the night off right. It's my best friend GP's favorite jam and me and him have sipped many a drink as we got ready to do it big on the town to this very tune. So lift ya glass to a good night, sit back, and relax to Youngbloodz 85:



"I know you're waitin for daddy, it won't be long shawty
Be patient cause I'm comin to you
Ridin dirty on 85, slow, takin it easy
I don't want nothin to keep me from you"

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

My Life, My Music, This Is Who I Am



‎"Music does bring people together. It allows us to experience the same emotions. People everywhere are the same in heart and spirit. No matter what language we speak, what color we are, the form of our politics or the expression of our love and our faith, music proves: We are the same." ~John Denver

I saw the quote above today, and I loved it. I always found that in the military and life in general, I was always able to fit in and relate to almost anyone through my love of music. Music bridges gaps that no politician ever could. In Trace Adkins' song Songs About Me, he talks about a fella coming to one of his shows, and even though he isn't much on country music, he realizes that the songs speak on who he is as a person. I think anyone who is in tune with who they are has a few songs that they feel describe them as a person. With me they come from all genres. I could make the list a mile long, because I'm a very diverse person. But if I wanted to show a complete stranger who I was through music, here are a few that would scratch the surface. Enjoy this sneak peak into my soul:





 





























Diverse enough for ya? Well, I could go on all day with this... I guess yall have gotten to see enough of who I am. I hope yall keep coming back for more. What songs tell your life story? And the beat goes on...

Friday, October 29, 2010

Friday Night Jam!!! (Gator Hater Edition!)



It's Friday night people and it's tomorrow is one of college football's best rivalries. The Dawgs and the gay-tards will clash down in Jacksonville for the "Worlds Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party". I'm a Dawg fan to the bone, but since 1990, my Dawgs have managed only 3 wins in this annual match up. However, UGA dominated the game in all the years prior to that. The Dawgs lead the series 47-39-2 and I see us adding another notch this year. Now here's Corey Smith performing Every Dawg:




And here's the Early Cuyler and his prodigy, The Original Gator Hater, "Hershal Walker Cuyler Them Dawgs Is Hell Don't They":



And last, but not least, here is the most famous play in the series, by a man from my hometown of Jesup, Lindsay Scott, along with The Legendary Larry Munson's most famous call:


I can't wait for 3:30 tomorrow. GOOOOO DAWGS!!! SIC EM!!! WOOF WOOF WOOF!!!!


 I'm ready for some endzone dancing!

Friday, October 22, 2010

Friday Night Jam!!!!



I use to jam out to this song constantly when I was younger. Bell Biv DeVoe, now ya know, that girl is Poison:



"Never trust a big butt and a smile, that girl is poison..."

I should've took their advice. Thanks Bobby Love for putting this song in my head. Enjoy ya'lls Friday night!

Saturday, October 16, 2010

"Oh Lord, Here He Comes!"


Before the season started, most people thought starting a freshman QB would be what kept the Dawgs from having a good season. While the Dawgs have definitely been having a horrible season, the QB has been far from the problem. In fact, he's been friggin' awesome. 

   "In six games, Murray has thrown 10 touchdown passes and only three interceptions and has rushed for four touchdowns, tying D.J. Shockley’s 2005 mark for most rushing touchdowns by a Georgia quarterback in a season under coach Mark Richt.
  “I’ll tell you, this quarterback is something special,” Tennessee coach Derek Dooley said on his coaches’ show. “He’s got a strong arm. He was very fast and then having A.J. Green in there really provides a dimension that causes problems.”
   Murray has the best touchdown-to-interception ratio (3.33) of any quarterback in the SEC and the best ratio in his first six starts of any quarterback Richt has coached at Georgia.
Murray’s 61.8 completion percentage trails only David Greene’s 63.6 percent."

Against Tennessee last week, Aaron Murray started the scoring for the Dawgs when he scrambled for a 35-yard touchdown and took advantage of a downfield block from receiver Tavarres King.

"Murray can scoot," King said. "I ran my route, and I looked back and saw Aaron starting to run. I thought, ‘Oh Lord, here he comes.’ I turned around started driving my guy towards the hedges. Luckily Aaron’s got some wheels on him."



Murray would finish the day 17 of 25 for 266 yards and 2 touchdowns along with running the ball 7 times for 41 yards and 2 more touchdowns. Damn Good Dawg. Gooo DAWGS!! SIC EM!! WOOF WOOF WOOF!!!

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Keeping The Dream Alive

Times must be getting tough for Robbie Van Winkle, A.K.A. Vanilla Ice. Either that or DIY Network is running short on ideas. Word to ya mutha!

Sunday, October 3, 2010

A Ray Of Sunshine In The Dark Of Night



I'm a die hard Dawgs fan. Right now my team is having it's worst season in over 50 years. It's hard to stay positive when so much negativity is going on, but I will never turn my back on my team. Georgia may have lost last night, but the game marked the return of our best player AJ Green. He showed up in a huge way. His first two catches were touchdowns. It's great to have him back and I pray he decides to return for one more season. His first catch was easily the most insane, amazing catch I have ever seen. I'm not embellishing at all. See for yourself what the best wide receiver in college football is capable of:



GOOOO DAWGS!! SIC EM!!! WOOF WOOF WOOF!!!!

Friday, October 1, 2010

Friday Late Night Jam!!!!

Up late and realized I didn't bring ya'll a Friday Night Jam. Coincidentally at the same time I ran across Eminem's newest video from the Recovery album. This happens to be my favorite song on the album. Here's No Love featuring Lil Wayne:



"I'm standing on my Monopoly board
That means I'm on top of my game and it don't stop
Til my hip don't hop anymore
When you so good that you can't say it
Because it ain't even cool for you to sound cocky anymore
People just get sick cause you spit
These fools can't drool or dribble a drop anymore"

Thursday, September 30, 2010

What You've Been Missing, Will Be Forever Missed By Me


I consider myself a comedy connoisseur. I've been fascinated with stand up comedy from a very young age. I love to make people laugh, and it's amazing to me that people actually get paid to do this. It was a dream of mine growing up to be a comedian, until I found up that they usually don't make very much money until they're famous. There are very few things I love more than to listen to comedy albums and to watch Comedy Central. I have seen a lot of comedians and have a lot of favorite people to watch. One guy that I discovered several years ago is Greg Giraldo. Most people know him from the show Last Comic Standing and his various roles as a member of the dais(panel) for Comedy Central Roasts. His album Good Day To Cross A River was right up my alley and made me actively seek any performance I could find of him. Sadly, Greg passed away yesterday after an overdose of prescription pills at the age of 44. Like so many other great comedians, he was taken from us way too early. I always tried to get others to listen to him and repeated his jokes as often as I could. He was underrated and unappreciated, but a comic genius none the less. I kept waiting for him to have that break through moment and make it big, unfortunately that will never happen. So, Mr. Giraldo, Rest In Peace. I wish I could've seen you perform live, but I will help your memory live on. I know right now, wherever you are, someone close by is cracking up.



Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Seriously Needed Laughs

What's up people? Sorry I've been M.I.A. recently, but I've been dealing with some things. Anyways, I had surgery yesterday, and since I'll be out of work for awhile, I should be able to keep ya'll entertained. That being said, I needed some good laughs to pick me up and I ran across some this mornin'. I figured I'd help ya'll get your day started right too. If you don't know who Kevin Hart is, you are missing out. He's one of my favorite stand up comedians and you might recignize him from movies like Death At A Funeral and Soulplane. He recently released a new stand up special Seriously Funny, and it lives up to the name. Here are a few clips from it:





Say it with your chest! Good stuff. I hope ya'll enjoyed that as much as I did.

Saturday, September 11, 2010

Where Were You?



I was waiting for morning formation in Camp Pendleton, CA when I noticed my fellow Marines huddled around a car. I decided to investigate as to what was so important. They were all listening on the radio as our country was being attacked. What a sad day for America. In honor of everyone have who lost their lives as a result of that day, please take a moment to remember their sacrifices. SFB wants all the firefighters, police, EMTs, and everyone in the Armed Forces to know that we appreciate what you do, and it's because of  your sacrifices that we can live free in this great country of ours.



I will never forget. To all my brothers in arms, Semper Fi.

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Gotta Love A Dawg With A Mean Bark!



Well the Dawgs started the season out right by beating the brakes off a team they were suppose to beat. Our QB Murray looked great, our defense was stout, and even without our best offensive weapon AJ Green and top running back Washaun Ealey, we still managed to post the biggest win margin of the Mark Richt era.



Even though this was the one defensive mistake of the game, I can't help but love watching our new defensive coordinator Todd Grantham's reaction:



That's the kind of intensity we need. That man has got a little bit of Erk in him. GATA!!! GOOO DAWGS!!!

Ole Miss Is The New GA Tech


I bet they wish they Admiral Ackbar during their battle with Jacksonville State.



He has friggin' laser beams. Thankfully George Lucas isn't going to allow the SEC to be embarrassed like that. Ole Miss embarrassed us enough on their own.



Sad.

Friday, September 3, 2010

Friday Night Jam!!! Dawgs Edition!!

Poor Superman

Welcome to SFB on this beautiful Friday, which means it's time for yall to enjoy another Friday Night Jam! Well, to honor my favorite time of year, and the best football team in the universe, I bring you Corey Smith's Every Dawg:



The images were from the 07 season, which has been my favorite season as a Dawgs fan. I attended the Ga-Fl game that year, which still stands as the best game I ever attended, the Ga-Ky game, and the Ga-Hi Sugar Bowl. The Dawgs were dominant that season, and got ripped off by the BCS, but it was still an amazing season. It was probably the best season since 2002. We are 24 hrs away from watching them Dawgs tee it up between the Hedges, and I'm excited about what this season has in store. I'm ready to hit Sanford Stadium and Alltel Stadium doing the Bulldawg Bounce all the way:



"The Days of Hershel Walker, We can't take a loss, What other school got players, Named Champ and Boss"

This season the Dawgs finish no worse than 2nd in the SEC east and win atleast 10 games. Mark Richt is far from being on the hot seat and don't be shocked if we bring home a National Championship. This is the season the bell tolls for the Dawgs:



GOOOOO DAWGS!!!! SIC EM!!! WOOF WOOF WOOF!!!

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America Isn't Short On Interesting Characters


If you haven't enjoyed this hilarious video yet, get ready for a good laugh.



"Ya need to hide ya kids, hide ya wife, and hide ya husband cause they raping errrbody out here!"

If Heaven Ain't A lot Like Dixie...



...I don't wanna go! My girlfriend has a 3yr old daughter named Dixie, and she is definitely a slice of Heaven. I love her so much and she is always making me laugh and smile. She has a grown person inside of her, and it comes out in her amazing personality. The other day, Tonya was letting her kids watch this video and filming their reactions:



Did ya jump? Don't lie. Well, Dixie girl certainly did. Watch her hilarious reaction here:



I think she nearly passed out! And I nearly passed out from laughter. I love my little Dixie girl. She's always quality entertainment. I'm sure all you parents out there feel the same. Children have a special way of making us young again and glow from the inside.

Saturday, August 28, 2010

Scared Not So Straight

For all you parents out there, hire a babysitter with a little backbone. This guy has a little too much sugar in his tank to be accountable for the safety of your child:



No knock on homosexual men, but atleast protect the child if you think you're in danger.

Friday, August 27, 2010

Friday Night Jam!!! (Old School Edition)



It's Friday people, so here's your Friday Night Jam. Me and my buddy Bobby Love were talkin' Old School Jams today, and I figured I would bless ya'lls ears tonite with some classics. So enjoy the good stuff, cause I'm taking it back to slap bracelets and shell toe Adidas...


That was the jam that made me love rap music. Hearing rap over rock had me hooked.


The Beastie Boys, were Eminem back in the day. My stepdad hated rap, but he said I could play the Beastie Boys, atleast were white.


One hit wonder, but definitely a classic.




ah ha ha ha


And then I let the Alpine play, bumpin new shit by NWA


And,yes I wore my clothes backwards to school... once.


Jump up, Jump Up and Get Down!!


You damn sure can't touch those pants! Stop! Hammer Time!


Word to ya Mutha!!


I once got busy in a Burger King bathroom.

Aight ya'll, I hope ya'll enjoyed the memories!

Saturday, August 21, 2010

Saturday Night Jam!!!

I had a busy day yesterday, so I didn't have time to bring ya'll a Friday Night Jam. To make up for that, I'm giving ya'll a Saturday Night Jam, because it's my blog and that's how I roll. I finally got cleared to return to work, got my truck back in working order, had to mess with my dawgs, and went and saw The Expendables with my girl. It was a great action flick, but the story could've been told a lot better. Anyways, back to business, here's your Friday Night Jam on a Saturday Night. On Facebook the other day, a friend of mine had the lyrics to a song called Peaches, by The Presidents Of The United States Of America, as her status. For those of you unfamiliar with them, they were popular in the mid 90's. I was a big fan of theirs. Lump is the song that I first remember hearing by them and it is also the band's favorite single:



Pay attention kids, that's the good stuff! This song was also the target of Weird Al. His version Gump is great:



And that's all I have to say about that.

Friday, August 13, 2010

Friday Night Jam!!! (Friday the 13th Edition)



It's time again for Friday Night Jam, and since it's Friday the 13th I decided to bring ya'll a horror themed jam. So enjoy the best horror song, and video in my opinion, of all time. Here's Michael Jackson's Thriller:



...and here's an even more disturbing version. These are Filipino inmates performing MJ's classic song:



...And just for good measure, here's nearly every kill from every Friday the 13th film:

Thursday, August 12, 2010

Excited Yet?



I know I am. This is the new video that's suppose to be played between the 3rd and 4th quarters in Athens. Gooo Dawgs! Sic Em!


Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Take This Job And Shove It!!!

I'll never forget the first time I got to tell a boss that I quit. I was working on base in San Diego at a gas station for extra money while I was in the Marines. I enjoyed all my coworkers, and even my manager was really nice, but I had an assistant manager from hell. Well, one day I had a big night planned so I asked for the night off. My manager said no problem and told me to take the next day off as well. The big night was a blast and I was sound asleep in my bed when the phone rings. I look at the clock, it's 7am and I'm hungover. I answer the phone to hear the voice of a woman I can't stand, my assistant manager. She needs me to come in because of some sort of screw up on the schedule. As I'm informing her that I have the day off and I'm not gonna be coming in, she just keeps getting bitchier. So I kindly inform her that she can work the register, and that she can also shove that job where the sun don't shine. Man, did that ever feel good!

Well, on the web today I came across two pretty cool stories about people quitting their jobs. The first was a gay flight attendant that apparently had enough:

       Steven Slater, who was working on a Jet Blue flight at New York's Kennedy International     Airport, was apparently the subject verbal abuse from a passenger who tried to prematurely retrieve his luggage.

       As a result, Slater, 38, took to the aircraft's internal intercom where he made a public retort to the passenger, saying something akin to: "To the f***ing a**hole who told me to f**k off, it's been a good 28 years. I've had it. That's it!" – according to a source.

      He then activated the plane's emergency slide, grabbed a beer from the beverage cart and alighted the carrier – much to the surprise of the remaining passengers and fellow crew.



Man, that's classic. I love the slide and  beer part.


To top it all off, when the cops came to arrest this guy, he was BANGING HIS BOYFRIEND! Must of been the heat of the moment. So, that guy was pretty epic, but this next chick is just as awesome, just not as reckless. I found this story over on The Chive. Her name is Jenny and she quit her job by sending all of her fellow employees an email containing these pics:





































That had to be the best email she ever sent. I hope she finds a job soon. As far as this post goes... I QUIT!!!!



Update 8/13/10: The girl quitting her job via email turned out to be a hoax!
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