Welcome to the great new game to play with all your white friends: "Which Region of the U.S. is More Racist?"
This is the true story of four strangers picked to live in an apartment infested with mice, to find out what happens when people stop being polite and start getting real... real annoyed with said mice.
Twitter is full of teenage idiocy (and adult idiocy), certainly, but there is so much more to it than that. From interesting articles to hilarious one-liners and thoughtful conversations, Twitter is actually an impressive and useful amalgamation of all the best things on the internet.
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~ Stephen Fry Let's skip the foreplay: Once again, a comedian has gotten themselves into trouble for a bit he did in his stand-up. This pretty much happens every other week. Offense was taken, the internet has thoughts. Here are mine. Daniel Tosh (of Tosh.0 fame, though he was doing far better stuff before that) … Continue reading “So You’re Offended, So Fucking What?”
It's no big secret that I am not a fan of Christmas music. You probably just chalk that up to me being a regular ol' Scrooge, but the truth is that my main complaint against modern Christmas songs is that they have been so Americanized or edited for maximum 'consumer appeal' that they've lost most … Continue reading Original Christmas Song Lyrics
The first Calvin and Hobbes strip appeared on November 18, 1985. I was two-years-old. The final, poetic strip appeared on December 31st, 1995. I was twelve. When you're considering the prominent years for the development of a sense of humor and worldview, the first ten years of one's conscious life have to be pretty damn important.
So, very rarely (read: Once every two years), I create a comic strip. This is the 4th in what can only be called a series in the loosest sense of the word (the others are here and here). Tomorrow, I'll explore a comic strip that is actually good. But for now, endure this: (Click: Make … Continue reading Happy Birthday #4: Language