May 09

I’m big in Canada

Via the Trailer Park Boys, it’s hilarious, for me anyway. Apparently I like weed and Enchiladas.

Check it out

Feb 09

Skank vs Skank

These two are awesome. Not safe for work

Feb 09

Line of the day

Via Megan McArdle “History may not repeat itself, but it stutters like hell.”

Jan 09

The funniest thing I read today

Was this Construction signs warn of zombies – via Scarbrough via Facebook.

Jan 09

The wisdom of white people

From Stuff White People Like

Along with Jazz, white people have also taken quite a shine to The Blues, an art form that captured the pain of the black experience in America. Then, in the 1960s, a bunch of British bands started to play their own version of the music and white people have been loving it ever since. It makes sense considering that the British were the ones who created The Blues in the 17th Century.

Jan 09

The funniest thing I read today

Was the War Nerd defining crystal meth as the “Redneck Work Ethic”.

Dec 08

So very true

Via Megan

More galling is the phony outrage from politicians about how the banks are actually spending the money.

Nov 08

The funniest thing I read today

Is this Urban Dictionary entry on Atlanta (Definition 26):

If you like ghetto fabulous craphole dumps, you will think you have died and gone to heaven in Atlanta.

The simple and direct entry on Forsyth County is good (and somewhat accurate) too.

Nov 08

Making little rocks out of big rocks

Sorry for the dreadfully light blogging lately – for the record, here is a short summation of my thoughts lately.

  • Bush will issue between 150-200 pardons between now and when he leaves office
  • I’m still furious about the bailouts
  • I think my initial view of Obama, as being an excellent figurehead, with no fixed ideology, is coming into sharper focus.
  • And this is the funniest commentary on the bailouts I’ve seen yet. It’s a good indicator that popular opposition remains strong.

Nov 08

Quick Sunday link