Sunday, July 20, 2008

Happy panablog Day!!!

Today we pause to give thanks for all that panablog has done for our country and world. It's a glorious day, indeed.

As I prepare for a full day of festivities, I'm also thinking about those men and women who will never have a chance to see panablog. I think about the 101.58 billion people who died before panablog even existed. So sad.

I guess that's why we started Fanablog and set this mission: "To bring the awesomeness of panablog to every man, woman, and child with an internet connection, and to provide a printed handout to those without."

Of course, panablog Day isn't all seriousness; it's a rollicking good time. Here at Fanablog World Headquarters in Leawood we're already stewing the kidney beans and uncorking the 15-year single malt. Got the History Channel panablog marathon on. And the fireworks are being delivered at lunch. Just imagine the above photo, but with two 150-foot statues, one of Jay and one of Julia. Duplicates will reside on the river Seine in Paris.

Well, I won't waste any more of your precious panablog Day. Have a great time, and for the love of panablog, be safe.

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