Monday, December 10, 2007

I Can't Stop Thinking About It

Easily the most insightful political commentary I've seen so far this year.

And if you don't think that about covers it, try this hard-hitting story.

Still not enough? Tune back in later, when I'll have an animated GIF of a Chinese Dwarf Hamster eating broccoli.

What a strange world we live in. A strange, beautiful world.

6 comments:

Michael K said...

The girl in the church story looks like Giada DeLaurentis on a bender.

=) said...

Wow. A link to a tidbit in my blog? I'm honored! No seriously. I'm honored! Glad you found some humor in it. Incase you need to put a face to the story... the son of the woman has an artifical limb. =)

Oh... and it was QUITE the bender that night. (Has anyone seen my pride?) Usually I get the "Elaine" from Seinfeld reference. But Giada is pretty cute, so I'll take that as a compliment!

M@ said...

Funny. That kitty-cat dance reminds me of Chris Matthews' unrelenting shilling for Barrack (Hussein) Obama.

I mean, this dude had the gall to say today that Mrs. Obama is "beautiful" and people like seeing her on the campaign trail. Excuse me, sir. I live in Washington, DC, and see beautiful African American women every day. Mrs. Obama is not one of them.

But the cat is funny.

XOXO said...

I can't even say the word balls to some of my friends without them giggling. Though the wood story is hilarious.

Supafly Turbo Cyborg said...

In eighth grade we were reading Our Town aloud in class. Being the superstar blue ribbon literature goon that I am, I decided to read ahead out of sheer boredom. At some point, my diabolical side took over and discovered a bit of hilarious dialog, if taken out of context, in the final graveyard scene. I think the anticipation was what got me the most. I must have looked like Harry and Lloyd when they were waiting on The Gas Man to eat his burger they had doctored. When the guy next to me said out loud, "Yeah, if it isn't rain, it's a three day blow." I couldn't hold back the laughter. Of course, NO ONE ELSE laughed and everyone stared at me while the teacher asked if I wanted to go to the Principals office. In hindsight, I should have said yes. I would have a much better story if I had been suspended and my parents had to be informed by mail of my crime.

thirdworstpoetinthegalaxy said...

Michael K - Hate to admit it, but i had to look it up. Honestly, I'd said my friend is cuter than that. But, yeah, I think she's correct in taking that as a compliment all the same. And from what I hear that night was a bender...

=) - How could I NOT link to that? Freakin' hilarious.

XOXO - Same here.

STC - I probably would've lost it on that one, too. I'm so immature...