5:20 PM: AIM OWNTing v.1.4

In this month's edition of 'The Sheet,' one Jay Stewart wrote a heartfelt, sentimental poem about a man looking for an item from his childhood (a decoder ring). in the middle of the poem, the narrator gives up his search for the ring, and starts to contemplate how the ring won't help him decode the meaning of life, which probably means he got tired of looking for it. anyways, it was a solid poem.

...but that doesn't mean i can't use it against him:

sarlik: you left your decoder ring at my house
sarlik: i threw it away
hunarg: funny
sarlik: ownt.