Alternatively, could be titled "Anderson Cooper makes stoic faces at various problems"
Thursday, November 13, 2008
Tuesday, November 11, 2008
Nothing screams "economic crisis" like a bunch of politicians going on cruises!
"Liberals also organize political cruises. Last year, The Nation magazine organized an Alaska trip where subscribers rubbed shoulders with left-leaning figures such as actor Richard Dreyfuss."Rephrased: Liberals are also capable of having fun. Last year, The Nation magazine sent them to Alaska to avoid having too much fun. Richard Dreyfuss is a flaming liberal Marxist tree-hugger.
Sunday, November 09, 2008
Depending on what you think, we may or may not have our country back. I tend to think we do. Naturally, this calls for governor's mansion shenanigans:
"Schwarzenegger said his wife has been “gloating now for these last few days” and running around the house with a life-size cutout of Obama saying, “We won.”"
I have several questions:
1) Where did Maria Shriver get a life-size cutout of Obama?
2) What purpose does it serve in the house?
I suppose she could have been keeping the cardboard Obama in a hall closet for the last few months, secretly checking in on it and whispering "Soon, my precious....soon...."
Friday, October 24, 2008
John writes in the comments: "Where have been the updates, man?"
Well, all you had to do was ask!
Sorry, everyone. I've been busy since moving to New York. It's crazy. I know people say that about a lot of things these days and I almost regret invoking the word to describe something that is actually quite ordinary for millions of people; but it hardly seems worth the effort after writing so many words after it. I don't even know where this paragraph went.
I'm endorsing Barack Obama. Why? Because I am brainwashed by his celebrity. No other reason.
McCain gets desperate and hires three different directors to make ads for him. The Wes Anderson one is my favorite:
Wednesday, October 08, 2008
Wednesday, October 01, 2008
Tuesday, September 30, 2008
The VP debate between Sarah Palin and Joe Biden is this Thursday on
ESPN television and there seems to be a healthy fixation on the Governor's don't cha know-ish accent.
"Palin ... makes people’s ears prick up. “‘Oh,’ they think, ‘she sounds like us, she sounds like me, she understands me.’”"
Only if you live in Fargo, I assume? I actually like the accent, but I've never heard it out west anywhere. Anyone else have first-hand experience? Is this a common accent for Alaska or the Pacific northwest in general?
A former Tour de France director levels devastating charges against Lance Armstrong like "Why are you coming back?" and "People will whisper about doping." and "You use dark magic to bulge out your calves right? I knew it."
If anything, Armstrong raised the profile of cycling all over the world and inspired thousands of others to give it a try (not to mention the hope he gave other cancer survivors). I was one of the quickest to defend France during the heady days of Freedom Fries and Freedom Toast, but this strikes me as a little too...well, French. Be glad that the American media and consumers are paying attention to your unique national event!
Also, it was fun when they started it in London a few years ago because in all of the pictures of people watching from the street, there was always a guy in the background walking back from the store, completely unaware of what was happening, with a facial expression that conveyed something like, "Tour de Whaaaaaaaat?"
Monday, September 29, 2008
Stephen Colbert will be teaming up with Spiderman:
“Well, it’s kind of a team-up,” laughed comic book scribe Mark Waid, who wrote the eight-page story that will appear in Amazing Spider-Man #573. “Let’s put it this way: Stephen Colbert thinks it’s a team-up. Spider-Man keeps telling him it’s not a team-up.
I can only assume DC Comics will strike back with a Jerry Seinfeld-Superman combo.