(from the this explains everything dept.) (via email) George W. Bush is gathering all armies to him, to cover the land in a second darkness! Thanks to Glorfindel of Gondolin for the caption.
(via BBspot) Just in case one of the Geek Pick-up Lines actually worked for you… Geek Break-up Lines (A)bort, (R)etry, (F)ail? R (A)bort, (R)etry, (F)ail? R (A)bort, (R)etry, (F)ail? F Relationship failed. Now that Half Life 2 is out, I need to refocus my priorities. You have been unsubscribed from my dating list. Please click … Continue reading “Geek break-up lines”
(from the summaries of great literature for people with short attention spans dept.) (via Studio 360) Here’s a two minute summary of Moby-Dick: Moby-Dude.
(via the DNRC newsletter) Dear Dogbert, Lots of people write blogs, but I’ve never heard of anyone who actually reads them. What’s up with that? Kurt Dear Skirt, Blogs exist to fill the important market niche of writing that is so dull that your eyes will burrow out of the back of your head to … Continue reading “Dogbert’s take on the blogging phenomenon”
(stolen from stlbloggers.com) There are 75 “official neighborhoods” in the City of St. Louis. St. Louisans commonly give directions (especially for restaurants) to strangers based on these neighborhoods which aren’t marked on any maps that are handed out by the tourist board, the AAA or Mapquest. There are 54 school districts — on the Missouri … Continue reading “Visitor’s Guide to Driving in St. Louis”
(stolen from William Gibson) How many Bush administration officials does it take to change a light bulb? None. There’s nothing wrong with that light bulb. There is no need to change anything. We made the right decision and nothing has happened to change our minds. People who criticize this light bulb now, just because it … Continue reading “Bush Light Bulb Joke”
(stolen from Brad DeLong) Q: How does George W. Bush change a lightbulb? A: John Kerry says that the light bulb needs to be changed. Flip-flopper. We do not need to change the lightbulb! We need to stay the course!
(from the Oh, the Humanity! dept.) (via email) Check out: Shatner has Been If you like that link, you’ll love the First Church of Shatnerology.
This time, right wing bloggers are accepting the authenticity of this memo without question.