Sunday, October 11, 2009

A day in the life of a Conservapedia editor

7 am - Wake up, fix coffee. Upon sipping, decide to let it cool off until it's not so liberally biased.

7:30 am - Drive to work. Yell at liberally biased driver for taking up too many lanes.

8:30 am - Arrive at work, see a pile of work on your desk. Curse the works' liberal bias.

12 pm - Go to lunch. Upon getting an unsatisfying meal, complain of the food's liberal bias.

3 pm - Boss asks you to work Saturday. Liberal bias strikes again.

5 pm - Drive home, noting the liberal bias of the weather as it begins to storm.

6 pm - Call up a female aquaintance and ask her on a date. She says no, obviously because she's liberally biased.

6:30 pm - Pet dog goes to the bathroom in the house. Scold her for liberal bias.

7 pm - Edit the Bible because it's too liberally biased.

8 pm - Power goes out as a result of the storm. Call power company and complain of its liberal bias.

10 pm - Go to bed, hoping tomorrow won't be as full of liberal bias.

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