Saturday, October 24, 2009

Star Wars with a laugh track

It makes all the difference in the world:

Sunday, October 18, 2009

But don't drink it!

Hm. Kind of reminds me of the product on The Simpsons back in the day: 'Nuts and Gum' Tag line: "Together at last!"

Saturday, October 17, 2009


This guy came up with the rebuttal I tried to voice a few months ago:

Monday, October 5, 2009

Rock the vote

Voting has started on the artwork contest at Iowahawk. My entries are 29,30, and 88. You can vote on all 3 simultaneously if you'd like, and the vote page is here. I stand to win $33 if I'm successful, but I have a long way to go to catch up with the entry that's currently in 1st place, which has 62 votes to my 4. So tell a friend!

Sunday, October 4, 2009

Last minute pic

I'm 12 minutes over the deadline but am hoping this can still get in:

The contest

I've entered two of my Obama-themed pictures in famed conservative humorist Iowahawk's art contest. The contest ends today but my work has been posted here. Wish me luck! I stand to take home $33 if I'm the winner.

Saturday, October 3, 2009

Surveillance does-I hate those.

Better off Ted

My favorite new show of 2008.

"Veronica and I sold so much wrapping paper, not only are you going to Disneyland, but Mickey's gonna be wearing your ears on his head. Oh, wait. That's a horrifying image."

Louder with Crowder

Steve Crowder needs to win an internet Oscar.

I am not some conjurer of cheap tricks

And just to kick off the blog's re-launch, here's a picture of Gandalf, for no reason whatsoever.

Back in black

It's good to be back. Hopefully the redesign feels a lot more like home to everyone. I've been all over the place lately as far as Twitter and Facebook go, but I think I'll make this my home for the conceivable future, unless I have something that can be said in less than, what is it? 120 characters? Something like that.


Friday, October 2, 2009

Direct to Chicago

Don Surber raises an interesting point today. Apparently some liberals have been accusing conservatives of being 'un-patriotic' about celebrating that Chicago lost the Olympics.

Ignoring the obvious hypocrisy of that accusation (who was it exactly who has been hyper-sensitive the last 8 years about having their patriotism allegedly called into question?), I think it's important to make a distinction here.

Apart from all the very practical reasons Surber lists in his post why Chicago would be a lousy host city, conservatives are celebrating today because, dang it, it's just good to see the president taken down a notch. A man that arrogant could use a little humility and needs to be reminded time and again that not everyone sees him as "sort of a god," even, amazingly, Europeans.

The results of the president's policies won't be nakedly apparent for a while, though there's more than enough malaise to go around already, so until then this event will hold us over as a fun karmic jellybean.