January 30, 2010

Obviously I must buy this

I mean c'mon it's clearly meant for me.

And, yes, I would buy it just for the humor value.

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January 27, 2010

Chimpcam? Chimpcam!

Fuck anything else of TV. Fuck it with a fecal stained camera. This trip to the Island of Aweosmeness is what we all need to watch.

On top of the box was a video screen that showed live images of whatever the camera was pointing at.

Initially, the chimps were more interested in each other than the video technology, as two male chimps within the study group vied to become the alpha male, disrupting the experiment {yeah, because "Jersey Shore" was on. Who wants to watch that shit?-ed}.

But over time, some of the chimps learned how to select different videos to watch {ahhh..so they do know how to use a remote! Sneaky bastards-ed}.

For example, the chimps could use a touchscreen to decide whether to watch footage of their outside enclosure, or the food preparation room, where zoo staff prepare the chimps' meals {but no pr0n. Fucking prudes-ed}.

The results still have to be analysed in detail, but it seems the chimps did not prefer to watch any of these images over the others {again. No pr0n. That's why-ed}.

Ms Herrelko is not sure why, but it could be that the images shown were too familiar to the chimps or because they have no way of asking to see something different {yeah, when they can just play with themselves all day, screw each other with abandon, and drink their own urine, why the fucking fuckity fuck with a termite mound would they want to watch the shit that is on the tube? What were you fucking expecting them to watch? Masterfuckingpiece Theatre?-ed}

Oh, and I found the perfect commercial for the show. And it's just right for Alex:

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January 25, 2010

Barack Obama Paving Way for Palin Presidency

Wow, when the super-libs are predicting a Palin Presidency 3 years out you know things have really gone off track for Obama.

Foreshadowing a Palin presidency is a perfect, gathering storm of economics, politics and tribalism, which is not to suggest that Obama is an innocent bystander in his reversal of fortune. It is certainly true that he inherited a capsized economy. But his administration has done little to right the ship. And no president can survive double-digit unemployment and 30,000 foreclosures a month for long.


A protracted stagnation will likely produce competing responses from voters in 2012, both of them bad for Obama. Polls show that African Americans continue to overwhelmingly support the president even though the unemployment rate for blacks is nearly twice the national average. That won’t change much, if at all, in the next three years. But will the laid–off African-American workers, who have exhausted their jobless benefits, turn out to vote in Gary, Ind., Detroit, Cleveland, Philly and Tampa with the same enthusiasm, and in the same numbers, as they did in 2008? Black New Yorkers certainly didn’t turn out last year for Bill Thompson, the African-American Democratic mayoral nominee, who lost narrowly to Michael Bloomberg, the Republican incumbent. Voter turnout was the city’s lowest in almost a century.

Conversely, while the economic climate is likely to leave the country’s most reliably liberal voting bloc demoralized and disengaged from an electoral process, this same dispossession has historically energized white, conservatives—particularly when cast in a racial hue. Consider the post-Reconstruction era, or the post-civil rights era, or even South Africa’s Afrikaners who responded to a fiscal crisis by electing the National Party which introduced apartheid in 1948. Today, you can see a populist, scattershot backlash, emerging in the form of the Republican-led “tea-bag” protests, South Carolina Congressman Joe Wilson’s heckling of Obama and the rock-star sized crowds generated by Palin’s book tour.

Amazingly the author's solution to this "horrible" situation is to ignore the voters who have rejected the Dems in NJ, Virginia, and Massachusetts. His reasoning seems to be that if we spend enough money fast enough then everything will be OK and Palin can be relegated to the dustbin of history.

As the Massachusetts election demonstrates, the problem is not, as much of the media alleges, that Obama and the Democrats have overreached. They haven’t gone far enough. Scott Brown, the Republican candidate in last week’s Massachusetts election, tellingly, made health care “reform” the focus of his triumphant campaign, traveling the state in an old, GM pickup truck, arguing, quite accurately, that the Senate health care plan would cost Americans more money, not less. According to one exit poll, Obama voters who opted for the Republican candidate Scott Brown in Tuesday’s election, said, by a margin of 3-to-2, that the Senate health care proposal “doesn’t go far enough.” Eight of 10 voters in the state continue to want a public option.


Sorry buddy but that interpretation isn't going to get you anything but more electoral defeats. Keep trying though it just helps our side.


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January 24, 2010

Dip dip!

Stoaty has a new shirt for the morons who are in on the joke.

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January 22, 2010


Stan Lee. Big Bang Theory.  The world is going to explode from the awesomeness.

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January 21, 2010

I'll admit it

I was very skeptical when I heard that there was going to be a Clash of the Titans remake.

But dude this looks awesome and not just for the Sam Worthington

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Neat story from the Army

A young Afghan teacher throws a rock at a soldier with note attached written in English, asking for school supplies so that he can teach his students.  The Army, working with a New Zealand chaplain gathered up school supplies and clothes for the school.  This bit stuck out to me,

Though the Soldiers didn't have the opportunity to hand out the supplies personally, before leaving Camp Kiwi, they took time to talk with the children who live in Bamyan. One teenager, 18-year-old Qugamali, who also teaches English classes in Bamyan, said they are learning in school about Japan and how the United States helped Japan recover after World War II.

I'm glad this Afghan kid can make that kind of connection, I'm not sure a lot of American kids could make that connection.  Be sure to read the whole thing.  Shame the media ignores stories like this, not that I'm surprised by the media's conduct.

Thanks to Alice.

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SCOTUS Stikes Down Corporate Contribution Ban, Parts of McCain/Feingold

I'm not a lawyer so I can't debate the specifics but I can be very pleased with the result. 

More Liberty = Happy Moron.

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January 20, 2010


Oh Downfall clip, is there nothing you can't do?

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It's about damn time


The dude isn't so much for the content of the article, which is faboo, but for who it is who wrote this. 

I cannot believe the push back on how the Left treated Bush and on the historical narrative attempting to be set is beginning now.  There's a cynical part of me that believes this is to clear the way for Obama being praised when he does the same thing.  But still.  It's good to see there being some attempts to bring sanity to this.

I'll admit, I never thought we would make it through Bush's terms without another major attack on American soil.  I am grateful and humbled at the efforts that must have been made to make that so.

I'm glad to see this happening.  I hope it doesn't go too far the other way but I'd rather have that than the vituperation. 

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Girl rats out brother for having beer in room...

Brother posts list of everyone she has give a blowjob too on facebook, accompanied by a tagged photo.  Hilarity ensues.

Let this be a lesson to little sisters everywhere.  Mind your own business because karma is a bitch.

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January 19, 2010

Celebratory boobies

I don't know how to embed this video and I have no idea what it's selling, but it's some dirty Scandi, topless skydiving team skydiving in bikini bottoms.

Click, enjoy. It looks good in full screen.
Just sayin.

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DPUD Brown Room (STICKY)

DPUD Brown Room Chat This Evening Starting At 7:30 EST.

Be there or be square! Even though I'm still pessimistic (we can't be THIS lucky to avoid the majority of the Obama nightmare this easily, can we? Really?)



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January 14, 2010

Would you like some Astroglide personal lubricant with your communion wafers?

Now in child friendly cherry flavor.

Amazon,com:  Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought

(We need a so funny I almost pissed myself tag)

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So, Is This Beauty Or Travesty?

Seriously, I don't know. I am not a motorcycle guy, but I am impressed with these guys making a Harley ATV.

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January 11, 2010

Congrats to Jim Treacher!

His first post at his blog on Tucker Carlson's new venture The Daily Caller is up and features a picture of the artist as a young Moron. 

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January 09, 2010

What did we ever do before youtube

Below is an outtake from the Better Off Ted episode wherein there's a wee typo that leads to all kinds of fun. Warning, Moron levels of language are included.

Also, I find the formula interesting and wish to subscribe to its newsletter. And if you aren't watching Ted, you really really should be.

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January 07, 2010

An open apology

To all the dogs I deafened when I read this. Deadpool as done by the Zombieland writers? YES PLEASE!

(also Z2 omgomgomgomgomgomg is it done yet, how about now or now or now ornownownownownownownownownownow)

(h/t alice_h because she wants me to have nice things)

I believe this calls for pics, yes, yes, I do.

(and to shut up the whiners, yes, the Mrs. will be in there too)

Speaking of movies I can't wait to see, nearly Legion time!  (note this is the red band trailer so, you know, Moron approved language within)


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January 05, 2010

This is on my list of must have works

The Complete Vader.

It would be even better if it contained a comparative discussion of the merits and skills of Darth Vader v. Darth Cheney but one can't have everything.

Obviously, I'm on the side that Cheney wins, what with the cougars and all.

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Now that's funny!

cbullitt and Steamboat McGoo nominated the global warming blog Real Climate for Best Religious Blog in the 2009 Weblog Awards.  Real Climate is of course a big hangout for climate scientists and Al Gore cultists.  Well, after a lot of screeching, crying and butthurt, the people running the awards accepted Real Climate as a finalist for best religious blog...then a bit later decided to cancel the awards.  Bastards.  Funny shit from cbullitt and McGoo though.

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