I laughed myself silly reading the first page, so I thought I’d share…
(boy, that title is going to make the spammers love me!)
I saw them, I had to share. With everyone! Mu ha ha!
G: “Uh-oh… one of us is going to die!”
C: “Who’s wearing a red shirt?”
Forget the fake crap that passes for Reality TV these days! I am Moving to Japan links to a Japanese show presenting a game show done right; make a mistake, get hit in the nuts!
(Ya, ok, it’s not real. it’s actually a comedy team, but the idea is sound. And the inner conflict between cringing in sympathy and laughing ‘til you pee is good, too!)
“The power of accurate observation is commonly called cynicism by those who have not got it.”
- George Bernard Shaw
Anita sent me this:
Will you be ready?
(The joke doesn’t work for me in Firefox, because I’m missing a plugin :-(
[stock options are] like my boyfriend’s idea of giving me a diamond. He puts a lump of coal in my hand, tells me to squeeze real tight and be PATIENT.
from Sand Hill Slave
This year, both Groundhog Day and the State of the Union Address fall on the same day. As Air America Radio pointed out, “It is an ironic juxtaposition: one involves a meaningless ritual in which we look to a creature of little intelligence for prognostication, and the other involves a groundhog.”
If our employers can outsource our jobs, why can’t we?
A new variation on “40% of sick days” from The Angry Economist
In a wide ranging discussion about endangered species, overpopulation, and the enviroment, I mentioned the rabbit problem in Australia.
H: Unfortunately, rabbits have no natural predators in Australia.
G: Except the Tasmanian devil. But I guess Tasmanian devils don’t actually eat rabbits.
three seconds later, M bursts out laughing….
(think about it :-)
I can’t believe I didn’t link to this before!
Squirrel vs. Biker subtitled “ And people ask me what I need a Browning .338 Winchester Magnum forâ€¦ “
It’s apparently from The December 2004 newsletter of the Gold Wing Road Riders Association of Victoria, BC, but the html link is easier to read.
Did you know that in 1977, a U.S. Patent was issued for the combover? Yes, it’s true, Patent 4,022,227 – Method of concealing partial baldness was issued to Frank and Donald Smith, of Orlando, FL.
I read about it at Damien Katz: Combover where there’s also a link to Combover: The Movie…
Who knew that the fortunes and misfortunes of America were directly tied to the television career of David Hasselhoff?
Now you too can read all about it at Damien Katz: Who moved my Hasselhoff?