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|Bad Romance - student production|
I think she's had quite enough ugly and disease already.
|Tea Party National Anthem? Powerful Music Video 'Freedom'|
Nickelback and this song are both part of a genre that my friends and I have christened "chode rock."
|Dennis Hopper recites If by Rudyard Kipling|
I prefer Richard Pryor's recitation of "The White Man's Burden" myself.
|Glenn Greenwald Destroys Elliot Spitzer|
Spitzer, you ignorant slut! And your sluts are ignorant sluts as well!
|What just happened???|
I've seen my stoner friends do this when one of them says something really awkward/inappropriate and they're all too high to deal.
|Kung Fu Bear|
Bears don't need weapons. They're BEARS.
|Bucket Head attacks a VIP car on Kremlin Quay|
|Free rice club rising|
Well, I guess he just better get his crippled ass up and find a job. That or use all of the excess money left over after his medical expenses to write a blank check to Liberia. Maybe he can pawn off that ventilator...
|Creepy Japanese Kleenex commercial|
Well, they can't show her blowing her nose. For the Japanese, that would be the equivalent to Charmin airing a highly graphic commercial in which a model shows us EXACTLY how and in what circumstances the product is to be used--complete with gonzo camera angles.
|SIGNS OF COMING ALIEN APOCALYPSE ABOVE CANADA|
Currently Researching: Laser Weapons
|Black Adder finale|
This is by far the darkest season, perhaps appropriately. The rest are pretty light-hearted. Might want to give it another shot.
|Alan Grayson Introduces the 'War Is Making You Poor' Act|
But Mr. Grayson, what about my poor, poor buddies in the military who play craps with IEDs for months on end, despite the fact that there doesn't seem to be enough money around to secure them effective anti-ballistics armor or quality health care for them and their families?
Seriously, though. Where the fuck is this money going?
|The Twin Peaks Rap.|
That... is a DAMN fine rap song about Twin Peaks.
|Science Fiction Schlitz Malt Liquor Commercial|
Schlitz Malt Liquor is delicious, and that's no bull.
|a guy eats molten lead|
[joke about Korean barbeque]
Josť "Piernas Locas" Hernandez strikes again!
|Brazilian muscular guy showing off.|
I don't think he understands that you're supposed to try and chemically counteract gynecomastia resulting from steroid use--not be proud of it.
|Rand Paul on Rachel Maddow|
Excuse me. I should have said *relatively* well-spoken. Well-spoken enough to reflexively arouse the consternation of all of the liberal dogmatists on this forum, apparently.
I think Dr. Paul is wrong in his opinion, but it is a delicate opinion about a rather important and complicated piece of legislature. If you want to see similar arguments put more eloquently, I think you should check out some of the dissenting essays in "What Brown v. Board Should Have Said," Balkin, ed.--and those are about institutionalized segregation, no less.
It is not fair to force him to formulate his opinion as "I don't think black people should be allowed in Wallgreens," because that's not the whole story. That's like forcing a pro-choice advocate to say plainly that they endorse baby-murder. Also, Goldwater, sadly, could get away with a simple answer because it was completely politically safe to be a spittle-flinging racist--not that I believe Goldwater was a racist. Nowadays, thankfully, it's not, and a verbal misstep on an issue such as this would result in a veritable public stoning in today's media.
Maddow wanted Dr. Paul to admit that he was a racist. I don't think he is. I think he did an admirable job trying to explain that you can be someone who is not a racist and also be critical of the Civil Rights Act.
Progressives should secretly embrace opposition like Rand Paul. It is much, much better to lose to a Paul or a Goldwater than it is to lose to a fundamentalist or a neocon. After all the shit liberals get for being pie-in-the-sky idealists, they ought to cut a man with unpopular principles some slack--even if he is kind of a dummy.
|Rand Paul on Rachel Maddow|
I believe Rand Paul's political philosophy is unrealistic at best and evil at worst. That said, I would MUCH rather the opposition be well-spoken libertarians than the idiotic proto-fascists conventionally supported by the Tea Party. Libertarians aren't fascists--far from it--and, since they can work within the right without the right being smart enough to realize what they are, I wish them as much success as they can have without upsetting progressives.
I found this interview to be one of the few instances where Rachel Maddow came across kind of badly. It's clear that he opposes partial nationalization of private businesses. The only reason to press the issue further is to get a sound bite that can poison the well of discourse. Bad form.
|Check It Out! With Dr. Steve Brule - 'Food' (pt. 1)|
I'm going to assume that anyone who dislikes this was touched inappropriately at some point during their childhood.