Sunday, January 21, 2007

The Badger and the Mushroom

This is not your normal musical production. It is really the study of the achetypes of human conflict that every other artistic endeavor has so far failed to attain. The badger is tormented by his love of mushrooms. But just when the story seems to be heading for a conclusion, the snake is introduced, bringing with him the existential crisis in a sort of encarnaciĆ³n of fear, as well as an unexpected plot twist.

Now for something completely different. Have you ever wanted to find a place where you can do anything? This is Zombocom.

Saturday, January 20, 2007


Well, now I know what to think about the Aquatic Ape hypothesis. Gotta love the internet. I trusted you, David Attenborough!

Here's something that will save your neck.

Thursday, January 18, 2007

Periodic links

The first time I heard the Aquatic Ape hypothesis I thought that was interesting. Then I read what the scientists said and I had to defer to them. Now I don't know what to think.

I got a lump in my throat when I read this.

It's a good thing that they discovered that this was an actual condition just in time for them invent a pill to treat it.

If you are a man you need to watch this.

News flash! Countdown to Doomsday!

Sunday, January 14, 2007

Evolution: It's Not Just For Pinkos Anymore

click the picture.

Also check out the highly informative "God FAQ"

Thursday, January 11, 2007

Imagine life without Chevy

I need to visit the dentist. I have significant tooth decay. I also have a hernia, so I will probably wait until one or the other lands me in the hospital.

The last time I was at the dentist was about ten years ago. He explained to me what he was doing. He mixed the 2 parts of the epoxy and drilled out the tooth and he sanded it down. I mentioned that it seemed to me to be very similar to how one would fix rust on a car. He said "NO! It's nothing like that!" Sorry, I didn't mean to insult your expensive education by equating it to peasant labor.

Ten years ago I would have been thrilled to make what I'm making now, but it's a little tougher now. The student loans are garnishing my check and the IRS is waiting right behind them. I have lawyer bills and credit card bills thanks to my ex-wife (it's not Homos that are threatening the sanctity of marriage. It's spoiled princesses who think love is a weapon). When I listen to the debate over minimum wage, I am incredulous. What debate? If it's this tough for me, a single guy living in an apartment and making between 10 and 11 an hour, how are these families even surviving on minimum wage?

JFK was one of our better presidents; certainly better than the one we have now. But he did say one thing that I can't agree with. He said, "ask not what your country can do for you." Well. I understand the sentiment he was trying convey and I think it's a catchy slogan, but it set a bad precedent. Another great president said, "By the people, for the people". Thats right, they work for us; we don't work for them. A lot of people seem to be forgetting that. Ask yourself who could get more accomplished; a government without any citizens or citizens without any government.

Now GM is in trouble. Thats right, GM. Do you know anybody who has never driven a Chevy? They try to paint a rosy picture for the future, but I can tell they're worried. They already got rid of Oldsmobile. And guess what, it's because of the high cost of health care. The greedy doctors, lawyers and insurance companies are ruining it for everyone else. Well, if you are a doctor, lawyer or insurance guy, I'm sorry to paint you with a broad brush, but this is the internet after all. How will you maintain your life-style if everyone is too broke to afford your services?

You all know that I'm an atheist, but that doesn't mean I think that Jesus was not a smart guy. He said something along the lines of "what so ever you do to the least of my brothers, that you do unto me." I guess I missed the part where he said "thou shalt collect all forms of material wealth so that thou mayest place a jesus fish on thy Hummer." In fact I believe that is directly oppisite to what he said. A Hummer is bigger than a camel, so I don't think it's going to fit through the eye of a needle either.

If you are a doctor or lawyer and you drive an economy car, and you live near the 219 area code, and you believe in evolution, I want to talk to you.

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