Creepy old rich dude? Check.
“My Friends”? Check.
Character Assasination over Issues? Check.
Insinuations that Opponent is a Criminal? Check.
With the dirty tricks and Joe Sixpack in the pokey cheering him on, it’s hard to tell where McCain’s campaign ends and where the Penguin’s begins!
A classic letter from 2005 that remains highly relevant today. Granted Eliot Spitzer may not be quite the same name drop, but it mostly holds up.
“We get the Statue of Liberty. You get Dollywood.
We get Intel and Microsoft. You get WorldCom.
We get Harvard. You get Ole’ Miss.
We get 85 percent of America’s venture capital and entrepreneurs. You get Alabama.”
Sounds like a good deal to me.
A terrifying glimpse into the future? Palin as President brings a dystopian vision of a not so distant reality where Alaska’s favorite talking-point regurgitating, empty headed nitwit has actually found a way to make the Bush years seem like halcyon days. You Betcha!
I sense a new unstoppable internet meme! Behold the Upside Down Dogs.
It’s a little late, you’re bored, so you pop in a DVD, an old favorite you know cold like Reservoir Dogs or Shaun of the Dead. Maybe you crack some brews, maybe you enjoy some herbal refreshment. The next thing you know, it’s 2:52 AM, the TV has been blasting horrible menu music for 3 hours, and your neck hurts from falling asleep at an with your head against that damn couch arm. It’s happened to all of us, and it’s captured perfectly at You Fell Asleep Watching a DVD. And if you to never have awoken in this predicament, you’re either a damn liar.
When life imitates webcomics, we are all doomed. And lo, the first harbinger of your animated apocalypse. Not too long ago, an xkcd comic proposed a fictional virus which read comments on You Tube aloud before they are posted. Today, You Tube unveiled a spiffy new feature, audio preview on comments. Bow before the power of xkcd.
This is a far, far better version of Take On Me. Pipe Wrench Fight!
The folks over at CampusSqueeze bring us an insightful list of 7 Movies that are so rife with scientific inaccuracy that they are entirely unplausable to anyone with basic scientific insights.