Category Archives: Humor
In a very bizarre rant this past week, creationist Kent Hovind wrote “So for the 57th time, how could lettuce evolve slowly by chance and from what? How many trillions of intermediate steps would there have to be to go from … Continue reading
For months now I’ve been carefully observing the many machinations of our current Orange-Haired Orangutan in chief. My objective? Trying as best I can to understand what makes the incompetent fool tick. I’ve read and considered voices from many different … Continue reading
John Oliver delivered a stellar performance on the marihoochie legalization effort. It’s an absolute must-see!
Feeling really down and in the dumps lately? Are feelings of hopelessness and despair becoming a permanent part of your life? Is your hair tuning prematurely white or falling out completely? Having trouble sleeping? Experiencing frequent panic attacks? Find yourself … Continue reading
Regardtless (sic) of what you might think, Ben Carson is capable (as his boss would say) of very tremendous profundity. I place the below 30-second video into the public record as evidence for this claim.
Tuesday night is shaping-up to be a doozey of an event. Historical, I tell you. To make it interesting, I’ll donate $100 to the favorite charity of the person who correctly guesses any vertical, horizontal or diagonal 5-block stretch on … Continue reading
Today is the first day since Herr Dumpfenfuhrer won the general election that I’m starting to feel really optimistic about the near future. I think it’s only fair that I share my glee with everyone in need of a good … Continue reading
I’ve listened to and read the analysis of many great thinkers since Herr Drumpfenmeister declared victory on November 8, many of them lending great theories as to how and why roughly 50% the American electorate decided that it was wise … Continue reading
I nearly wet my pants when I watched Stephen Colbert’s comments of Herr Drumpfenfuhrer’s recently exposed asinine, juvenile behavior. At first I had little difficultly deciding which segment of his presentation (as shown in the two screen captures below) adequately … Continue reading