The K-man's finest hour(s)


#101

I feel like my comments on this massive abscess full to bursting with putrid non-journalism kind of half belongs in this thread too…


#102

Typos we all get, but he wrote some stuff not even I do before coffee.

It took over 150 KRTC employees to restore the carriages to their original appearance before the vandalism occurred.

:confounded:


#103

I don’t know. Those two articles don’t seem any worse than the typical fare you see in the island’s other English rags (what’s left of them). I guess my expectations are calibrated so low that this just seems normal. Journalism is pretty much dead anyway.


#104

I wonder if those Spaniards could have gotten any help from other Spaniards already residing here. Could they really have pulled it off on their own


#105

Are you suggesting that perhaps one of our Spanish posters (:whistle:) might have given them assistance? That’s a serious accusation.


#106

Your words… not mine! There must be thousands of Spanish people running around Taiwan.


#107

Just sayin…


#108

Jesus was a lower east-side graffiti artist?


#109

As per NIA, 246 men and 45 women.


#110

Aye caramba. That’s mucho pan y pescados, if you know what I mean…


#111

Well, maybe if you add all Spanish speakers you may have a thousand.


#112

What do you mean???


#113

Who are you calling Spanish???


#114

What???


#115

Methinks the jesus doth protest too much

Edit: OK so jesus doesn’t seem to get the joke…


#117

Hey, where’s my graffiti? Now there’s not even room for art in Forumosa?


#118

Where indeed?

@discobot quote


#119

:left_speech_bubble: All our talents increase in the using, and the every faculty, both good and bad, strengthen by exercise. — Anne Bronte


#120

I think the God-Emperor is telling Jesus to keep working on his graffiti until it’s so awesome that we have no choice but to keep it. :slight_smile:


#121

It should have told Him to not use a whiteboard marker next time