Friday, December 31, 2010

Last video link, I swear

At least for this decade.

Personally, I don't have any use for Jimmy Fallon. I don't think he's funny. He's not even mildly amusing. He always seemed the perfect example of the complete de-evolution of SNL. If Dana Carvey was a shitty substitute for Chevy Chase, Jimmy Fallon was an even shittier substitute for Carvey (and Carvey is a complete douche).

But, I have to say -- this is genius:

His Neil Young impersonation is spot-on. And yes, that is the real Bruce Springsteen (in makeup) accompanying the untalented (or so I thought) Jimmy Fallon.

Best Tweet of 2010

Boehner's "joke" was this:

Remember when Ronald Reagan was president? We had Bob Hope. We had Johnny Cash. Think about where we are today. We have got President Obama. But we have no hope and we have no cash.

I don't know about you, but not only was this stupid, it was also in bad taste. Now, before you all start saying, "But dude, almost everything you write is in bad taste!"

Well, my friend, my writing may suffer from "bad taste," but at least I'm funny.

Right? I'm funny? Please tell me I'm funny.

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

David Lynch Now Works for Chinese Government

Mr. Panda packs junior up for a quick trip away from the Mrs.
I saw this picture in this article — Researchers dressed as pandas introduce cubs to wild — and all I could think of was "This looks like something that sicko David Lynch would put in one of his movies."

By the way, I love David Lynch — his movies aren't as weird as my own dreams.


Monday, November 15, 2010

Hush Puppies

There aren't enough shoes in the world to express my contempt for George W. Bush.

Monday, October 4, 2010

Reliably Bad Design

Top Gear Reliant Robin

This is actually laugh-out-loud funny. Jeremy Clarkson, one of the Top Gear hosts, can be quite a snob sometimes, but he gets everything just right here. You may have to close your office door if you don't want to annoy your co-workers.

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

A Penny for Your Thoughts

In honor of St. Patrick's Day I thought I'd actually post something. But since I have neither the time or the energy to actually write something, I thought I'd just embed this Dilbert Strip.

The cool (and terrible) thing about this strip is that is based on an actual event that I experienced. I sent a short synopsis of the affair to Mr. Scott Adams. The next thing I know, this shows up in my Sunday paper.

And I have to admit -- his final two panels were much funnier than the point I emphasized in my synopsis.