The good news is, judging by the quality of their filmmaking, we may not need to worry about the nuclear weapons.
Here’s a failed assassination attempt of Bulgarian politician Ahmed Dogan. Really embarrassing for the would-be assassin, who probably should have practiced on some melons or something. Extra points for Dogan on his excellent barrel roll after evading danger.
Wow I never knew he had it in him. Here’s James Taylor getting all Merzbow at the inauguration, delivering a mind-fuckingly great version of “American The Beautiful.” Is it just me or did the inauguration this year have a lot in common with Jamie Kennedy’s New Year’s special? If I were the Obama people, [...]
Greetings my colleagues and minions, Yup, I’m back. And isn’t my face red! As most of you know, back in April I traveled deep in the Bolivian jungle in order to prepare for the 2012 apocalypse. My plan was to build up a compound, wait out the storm of carnage, then repopulate the region. Then [...]
Washington, DC- After a record 1.8 million people attended the 2008 presidential inauguration, it appeared that the second time around wouldn’t be as impressive. President Obama addressed a crowd of dozens on Monday, confused as to why the crowds were so low on his second inauguration. The president remained strident, trying to fire up the [...]
By: Stanley Steamer Wit all these talks bout gun problems in the United Straights, we been hearing awful lots from awful lots of people. Everyone say we need to do sumthin bout guns but nobody agree on what to do bout guns. One big problem is nobody wants to give up they guns in case [...]
Here’s a bit of good news in an otherwise “bad-news-always” scenario. Before I could even fire off an article about the New and Improved! Israel/Palestine battle, a cease-fire has apparently been declared. Reportedly Mohammed Morsi, Egypt’s new president helped usher in the agreement before the media called it a day. Hillary Clinton is also heading [...]
Politics and sports go together like lamb and tuna fish. But politics and sports metaphors? Now you’re talking. The latest power move by the Democratic Party is straight out of a coach’s playbook. Tie game, bottom of the ninth, and who better to shut down Mitt Romney’s final push than superstar Bill Clinton. Politics’ Kenny [...]
(This is a continuation of my long, rambling post from yesterday) Now the biggest problem with taxing billionaires is in how to make it effective. We can’t just simply increase income tax rates because our billionaires don’t actually receive the bulk of their wealth as income. Rather, they tend to come from the investor class [...]
You mean that zombie didn’t start with that Cranberries song? Since it’s Halloween and all, here’s a little history lesson on the start of the zombie story. It comes from 1800s era Haiti and the slave culture that dominated the sugar filled island (hmm Halloween!). Slaves often committed suicide due to the awful conditions but [...]