Since everyone else is jumping on the “(insert name here) is…” bandwagon I thought I might as well. So this is what “Troy is“:
Troy is in my taxi.
Troy is located in eastern upstate New York.
Troy is committed to delivering leading edge embedded hardware and software solutions that enable devices to communicate.
Troy is just minutes north of the nation’s crossroads, I-70 and I-75.
Troy is approximately 699.
Troy is on the way to destruction.
Troy is situated in the Piedmont region of North Carolina at the foothills of the Uwharrie Mountain Range.
Troy is launching his book: Why I am a Zionist.
Troy is also an accomplished writer.
Troy is best described as ‘boyish’.
Troy is considerably more difficult.
Troy is laying in a valley in North-West Turkey.
Troy is located in Lincoln County 18 miles NW of Libby between Libby and the Idaho state line along Highway 2 on the banks of the Kootenai River.
Troy is still an honorary member of the National League.
Troy is familiar with these symbols and easily recognizes their meaning
Troy is the winner of the 1998 Ig Nobel Prize in the field of Safety Engineering.
Troy is a hormone-driven fiend straight out of an Austin Powers movie.
I guess that is enough. So what did we learn today? Aparently I am omnipresent since I can be in multiple places at once (“in eastern upstate New York”,”minutes north of the nation’s crossroads”, “in the Piedmont region of North Carolina”, “in a valley in North-West Turkey” etc). I’m very old being 699 (which was taken completely out of context!!!). And apparently I’m not as clueless as I seem what with the Nobel Prize and all 🙂
[“(insert name here) is…” first observed on Krisalis who got it from Not.So.Soft but in a different format]