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December 01, 2006

The Hamsters Apologize

We're not all just lazy over at Tapped. I mean, we are lazy, but that's not why there's been no content in two days. Rather, the hyperpowered hamsters who power our internets have, in true American Prospect fashion, gone on strike. We can't figure out what they want (none of us actually speak hamster), but as soon as we do, we'll give it to them and be done with this. Until then, however, the site won't let us post, and so we're just sitting here frustrated. Also, Sam has laryngitis, and is croaking pathetically every five minutes. It's all rather sad.

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Comments

Hamsters are afraid of frogs. Send Sam home.

Posted by: latts | Dec 1, 2006 11:24:44 AM

Thanks, some of us were wondering.

Posted by: JBJ | Dec 1, 2006 12:35:49 PM

...the hyperpowered hamsters who power our internets have, in true American Prospect fashion, gone on strike.

So the hamsters are organized! What are the issues?

Living trailmix?

Flex time?

Relief from the gay employees? (not that there's anything wrong with it...)

Posted by: Fred Jones | Dec 1, 2006 1:22:10 PM

Have you checked the tubes? Sometimes it's a problem with the tubes.

Posted by: Seth D. | Dec 1, 2006 2:30:26 PM

The prospect of an American Prospect without a voice leads me to prospective indigestion, or something.

Have you paid your service provider bills?

Has NSA de-tubed your blog to test what will happen when GW decides that he needs to continue to be the decider when the Nov 08 elections approach?

Posted by: JimPortlandOR | Dec 1, 2006 4:24:50 PM

Look, just admit it Ezra: TAP has outsourced power production to the hamsters in India.

Posted by: Fledermaus | Dec 3, 2006 9:24:09 PM

Consult with the Kids Next Door! They have successfully used hamster power for their tree house for years, with nary a work stoppage. They are clearly expert in the delicate art of negotiating with hamsters.

Posted by: zak822 | Dec 4, 2006 3:30:52 PM

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