May 30, 2010

Shaken, not stirred

Hey, maybe Valerie Plame actually was the cream of the crop in terms of our nation's super secret agents after all...

I was recruited by the CIA once, or I might have been. I'm not sure. Because the CIA knows how to make offers that are understood but deniable.
Click here to find out who the International Man of Mystery that made this claim actually is!

Plausible deniability has never sounded quite so...plausible.

(h/t)

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May 21, 2010

What double standard?

Well, there's this, and then there's also this.

I guess Hope for a different tone and Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes in out politics mean different things to different people.

(Via Dan Collins.)

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May 11, 2010

Driven to distraction

Well, hey, I guess that while it's comforting to know that in spite of his many, many foreign policy gaffes (inappropriate bows, shitty gifts, outright snubs of the Crowned Heads of Europe, etc.) at least our president isn't distracted by urges to bang his supermodel wife.

Oh, wait.

(Notice there in that Newsweek link that they question Olivia Wilde's position on the list while...well, I think you know where I'm going with this.)

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May 08, 2010

Kids Parents these days

You know, I'm a fan of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. It was a great show. It was well-written, action-packed, and featured a bunch of really hot actresses. That said, if I had a daughter, I don't think I'd name her Buffy. A son? Not gonna be named Angel (or Spike, for that matter).

God, I really hate people sometimes.

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May 06, 2010

Holy crap

I'm not a very religious guy, much less a Bible scholar, but I'm pretty sure that it's not cool to compare yourself to Job because you've lost a few acting gigs and have been mocked on the internets.

And, while I again must emphasize that I'm not much of a student of The Good Book, I don't remember the part of Job's story where he begged a bunch of strangers for money.

(Via Topless Robot, where there's a funny video response.)

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