A modest proposal, perhaps. It’s been entertaining watching American public “discourse” since the election. (I use that word in its broadest, most ridiculous sense, since nothing that hinges so completely on self-absorption, […]
I know a man, a man of a conservative bent, who gets downright irate anytime you use some variation or another of “tax cuts for the rich” in conversation. He can’t be […]
In case you missed it, Colbert had an unusually literary moment the other night. The festivities commence at the 1:41 mark. This post is dedicated to all Scrogues who did their MA […]
As the majority of Americans continue to bask in the glow of Barack Obama’s landslide victory on Tuesday, comedians nationwide have suddenly fallen on hard times. Some literally.
Widespread reports of comedians leaping from windows on Election Night have received little attention in the press. Some historians are likening the turn of events to the stock market crash of 1929. But Freddy Roman, Dean of the legendary New York Friar’s Club, called it “worse, much worse, mayo on corn beef bad.”
I now know why Elvis shot that TV set. If you missed it, Stephen Colbert’s special guest last night was conservative pundit George Will. I almost typed “addle-headed pathological liar George Will,” […]
Finally, somebody puts it all into clear perspective. Thanks to Djerrid for pointing this out to us.
Stoner god Tommy Chong, he of Cheech & Chong and 9-months-in-federal-prison-for-selling-bongs fame, was for some brilliant reason invited to speak on MSNBC last week about that rich girl‘s legal troubles. Boy, did […]