April 30, 2009


And Now, A Heartwarming Message From Pooh Corner


(Thanks Maxwell!)

via Flu Design

April 29, 2009


Shouldn't We, At The Very Least, Have A Basic Higher-Than-A-Speed-Limit IQ Requirement For Elected Representatives?

Minnesota's Michelle Bachmann once again opens her stupid mouth:
"I find it interesting that it was back in the 1970s that the swine flu broke out then under another Democrat president Jimmy Carter. And I'm not blaming this on President Obama, I just think it's an interesting coincidence.
For the record, the last outbreak of the flu was during Gerald Ford's tenure.


You're Gonna Love Vince Shlomi's Nuts...Or Else

This is particularly creepy considering Vince's recent, horrifying run-in with the law:

(via The Daily What)

April 27, 2009


I Believe The Children Are Our Future (well, duh)

New York City's PS22 5th Grade Chorus sings Bjork:

and performs with Crowded House:


(via videogum's least cynical post ever)


"GOP Stripped Flu Pandemic Preparedness From Stimulus"

via The Huffington Post:
Remember way back in the day, President Obama delivered his Not Really The State Of The Union address, and the GOP trotted out Future Of The Republican Party Supra-Genius Bobbly Jindal to provide a rebuttal? Well, we all had some laughs, didn't we? Mainly because Jindal was all: "They want to spend stimulus money on volcano monitoring? Why everyone knows that the Hill Witch keeps tabs on our volcanoes by floating chicken bones in her own intestinal ichor!" And then Alaska's Mount Redoubt erupted, suggesting there might be something to this "let's monitor volcanoes with government-funded science" idea.

Well, as it turns out, volcano monitoring wasn't the only worthwhile public safety program that was deemed extravagant in the stimulus package, funding for pandemic preparation was axed as well. And playing a critical role was Susan Collins -- for whom the necessity of obtaining her vote is in inverse proportion to the intelligence she shows in policy making...
And people wonder why I hate Republicans. Let's make sure none of them get their swine flu shots:

April 25, 2009


Oh My F'in God

Richard Simmons is the new Bill O'Reilly/Christian Bale (and keeper of the I'm Just F'in Sayin' promise):

Warning: NSFW (and it will most likely give you nightmares for the rest of your life)

(via Boing Boing)

April 23, 2009


Fox News' Shepard Smith, Of All People, Maintains The I'm Just F'in Sayin' Promise

...and he's against torture (the world is upside down):


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Mildly amusing; at times hilarious:


Yee Haw!

Go ahead Texas, secede:

(via AMERICAblog)

April 22, 2009


Well, It's Pretty Certain This Guy's Never Gonna Be Able To Have Kids

Some seriously wicked bike riding (via videogum).

April 21, 2009


Watch This Music Video!

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Matt & Kim: "Lessons Learned"/From their new CD Grand.


Dig That Crazy Rhythm!

(via Robert Popper)


Torture Fun!

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It's disappointing, to say the least, that the Obama Administration has said no one will be prosecuted for torture. However, the Justice Department may have some other ideas:

Just for fun, let's take a look at what it's like to be waterboarded. According to the U.S. military participant in this video, waterboarding is not torture, it's simply "invoking an existing fear" (I won't spoil the "punchline"):

Note: I watch Playboy for the articles.

UPDATE: The Rude Pundit has come up with a novel idea on how Obama can politically get away with punishing the torturers: Pardon them. Click the link to read the entire proposition.

April 20, 2009


Newt Gingrich Can Suck It

Look up "irrelevant" in the dictionary and I bet you'll find a representation of the Republican Party. Man, these people are pathetic losers.



(h/t The Daily What)

April 16, 2009


Guaranteed to Make You Smile

(especially if you're a Looney Tunes* fan)

Raymond Scott's "Powerhouse" performed on harmonicas:

(via BoingBoing)



Sorry, But I Can't Get Enough of These Teabaggers

They truly are great patridiots:

Check out the entire Gin and Tacos photo essay here.


The Rude Pundit, Once Again, Knocks It Out of the Park

Yesterday, thousands of poor and middle-class people were manipulated into helping rich people keep more of their money. It's sort of like going to a Yankees game, but without the souvenirs.


The whole day was filled with Fox-fanned falsehoods, starting with the whole acronym the protests adopted after "teabag" became the subject of mucho deserved mocking. "Taxed Enough Already" presupposes that taxes will be raised. And it seems that the tea partyers simply think that Barack Obama is lying to them when he says that the taxes for the vast, vast majority of Americans are lower under his plan. (On his radio show, Alan Colmes was screaming at callers who kept insisting that Obama was raising taxes for everyone.) The protests were against some fantasy administration, a sandwich of fascism on a socialism bun covered in a secret sauce of tyranny. It's like prayer: you can't really prove that it matters, but, hey, someone told you it was a good idea to do it, so down on your knees you go.
You can read the rest here (but you might be offended by some of the metaphors).


Well, That and the Tea

From a teabagging party in Houston. (h/t The Daily What)

April 15, 2009


New York Installs Ginormous New Archbishop

“How are you going to get Catholics back to church?” Magee Hickey of WCBS asked.

“That’s a bigee,” the new archbishop answered.
Looks like Archbishop Dolan is doing nothing to conceal his giant plan to dominate the religious world.


Something That's Actually Not Stupid or Offensive

Presenting the You Tube Symphony Orchestra performing Internet Symphony No. 1 - Eroica:

and here's an interview with composer Tan Dun:


Flame On

Watch We Didn't Start the Flame War and more funny videos on CollegeHumor

(NSFW/the promise is alive)


Teabagging in a Nutshell

Happy wingnut revolution day:

Apparently, the Revolution will be Steeped.

(Two of the top five tea bag pics on Google Image Search)

April 14, 2009


Restoring Integrity to Marriage (R.I.M.)


Glenn Beck IS the Path to Destruction


Our President Reads "Where The Wild Things Are"

Can you imagine W pulling this off? I still don't think he ever finished "My Pet Goat":

I'm sure the wingnuts are going to have something to say about this. Wild things?!?! Is this the Devil's book?

April 13, 2009


This Video Clip Will Save The World

Cynicism is dead. Long live cynicism. And Simon Cowell is, as always, full of tosh.


Obama vs. TV Wingnuts (No Contest)

April 11, 2009


He's The Easter Rabbit, Hooray!

(Click to watch)

April 10, 2009


Teabag Nation

NSFW (but sadly no f-words...time's running out on this week's I'm Just F'in Sayin' promise)

April 09, 2009


Happy Passover, Hito!

Do itashi mashite!


Talking Cat Videos Just Keep Getting Better and Better

Posh Cat:

The Argument Clinic Cat:

(h/t videogum...where else?)


Billy Bob Thornton Doesn't Know What You're Talking About

But he sure can reminisce about monster magazines:

Man, when did Billy Bob Thornton turn into such a lovely man.

April 08, 2009


Let's Hope This Isn't the Only Major Highlight of the Mets' 2009 Season

Almost as good as those news anchors, eh?


Steve Does This To Wahoo All The Time

Fortunately, Wahoo doesn't do back flips (he's 11).


The Gays Are Ruining Are Marriages!!!

This is not a parody (and, according to videogum, the organization behind it is ponying up $1.5 million to air this crap on TV):

UPDATE: videogum has discovered the audition tapes of these fake real people:

The gays are furthering are failed acting careers!!!


"I think you might be confusing tyranny with losing."

Last night's Daily Show and Colbert Report combined for one of the most entertaining yet informative hours in recent memory. Jon Stewart had a great interview with Anwar Sadat's widow, Jehan Sadat, a wrap-up of President Obama's European adventure:

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and a blistering segment on whiney, rightwing losers who think Obama's a tyrant:

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Meanwhile, Colbert was knighted by Queen Noor of Jordan and ran one of his most flat-out hilarious segments of "Better Know a District":

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You can watch the full Daily Show episode here and the full Colbert Report here.

April 07, 2009


There's No Way This Guy Still Has His Job

But I'd be really pleased if he did.

(h/t List of the Day)


Perhaps The Second Coolest Thing Currently On The Internets

Jon Stewart interviews the ageless Michael J. Fox:

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I Promise You: This Is The Coolest Thing You'll See On The Internets Today

tone matrix
(Click to begin playing the ToneMatrix)

April 06, 2009


Something To Make You Smile Again After Watching Mickey Rourke Whore Himself

The two best local news anchors in the universe:


Something To Make You Sad For Humanity


Something To Make You Smile

(h/t WFMU's Beware of the Blog)


Am I Right?!?

Are you right? Definitely worth watching.

April 04, 2009


This is the Best Thing I've Seen All Week

(via Oliver Willis)

April 02, 2009


This is Baaaaaaaaaadass:


Hell to the Yeah

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April 01, 2009


Ladies & Gentlemen, Academy Award Winning Actor Nicolas Cage

Seriously, this is his best work since Adaptation and Matchstick Men which he followed with two (two!) National Treasure movies, something called Lord of War, The Weather Man, World Trade Center, The Wicker Man remake (why oh why?), Ghost Rider (!), Next, Bangkok Dangerous and Knowing. Still to come within the next two years: Kick-Ass, G-Force, Astro Boy, the Bad Lieutenant remake (why oh why?!?), Season of the Witch and The Sorcerer's Apprentice.

I think Nick is trying to set some sort of record for the number of bad movies made within a 5-6 year period.


Bonus Simpsons Post



The Story of April Fools' Day


Morning Joe Loses It Over Glenn Beck's Faux-Populist Tears

and Stephen Colbert "ups his act":

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