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Why Should Churches Be Tax-Exempt?
06/07/14, 14:26

I wouldn't mind some examples if you've got them -- as I understand it, most churches are good at knowing where the line is drawn (basically you can say what you want about issues but you can't endorse specific candidates), but if I am mistaken I would like to know better.
Why Should Churches Be Tax-Exempt?
06/07/14, 12:17

Churches are tax-exempt under the same rules as any other organization can be tax-exempt. The only edge that churches have is that they're assumed to be non-profit from the outset, whereas most other institutions would have to prove they're non-profit first. But churches can lose their tax-exempt status just as easily as any other organization can.
How to deal with a Gaijin (baseball edition)
06/07/14, 08:48

His mom made a "robot" costume for him for Halloween, and he doesn't want to hurt her feelings.
Ballet Zoom: CATS!
06/06/14, 20:37

2:10 - that's crazy similar to a box of Katzenzungen:

http://blog.ljcfyi.com/blog/2008/march2008/kittychocolates.jpg

I hope the Katzenzungen people sue. There's nobody more ruthless than German confectioners.
Kids React To Old Computers
06/06/14, 14:53

"The problem with Linux catching on is not only that one of its best advantages (the command line culture) is something that's unpopular and misunderstood, but also that the evangelists don't want to tell you that up front. They lead people to believe that they can just run Linux as if it were Windows and everything will be peachy and rosy."

This. If you try to run Linux just like Windows you will be disappointed, because Linux simply can't out-Windows Windows.
Guy falls ass backwards into Wheel of Fortune victory
06/06/14, 10:57

Another fine graduate of the Keiko O'Brien school.
Guy falls ass backwards into Wheel of Fortune victory
06/06/14, 08:03

Disappointing, though. What is with kids these days that they don't learn the basics of Greek mythology? I realize it's not important on a daily basis, but it feels like it ought to be common knowledge.

"Tales of Brave Ulysses" shouldn't leave a person wondering how sirens can sweetly sing, or who this "Ditey" person is and is it racist to call her "Afro-Ditey".

The roommate's god-daughter was over a little while ago, and saw a cartoon in which there was a three-headed dog. She was blown away at the very thought of such a thing. (And I assure you it wasn't "The Venture Bros" so it wasn't that the dog was talking about how good its genitals taste.)
Kids in the Hall - Doe, A Deer
06/06/14, 06:04

I think Caminante's got it.

If SNL were to try this same sketch, you'd all be bitching that it just proves that SNL has given up on humor altogether. On the other hand, I don't think SNL would have committed to the concept quite as well, and it would have been a joyless exercise.
Waiting For Guffman - Bulging River
06/06/14, 05:49

... and it just dawned on me: those costumes that Corky is wearing tend to show off a lot of (tragic) chest because they were designed with the express purpose of showing off Johnny Savage's. Ah Corky, will you ever win?
Transformers: Headmasters - Galvatron's dramatic death!
06/06/14, 03:44

"I found an ice way to die -- just like the gypsy woman said!"
Surveillance Camera Man 7
06/05/14, 20:13

American Gordon Pinsent.
Waiting For Guffman - Bulging River
06/05/14, 18:21

Especially up against Christopher Guest, doing his best to stand in for Matt Keeslar. That never fails to be funny.
Star Wars Ep IV sorted by word, alphabetically
06/05/14, 09:21

Rhymes with "shittyclorians".
Star Wars Ep IV sorted by word, alphabetically
06/05/14, 00:07

21:29 - goes straight from "midday" to "might" without any intervening words. Good!
Monty Python - Red Indian In Theatre
06/04/14, 13:59

Intention matters, and awareness matters. These guys were juxtaposing the Native American stereotypes against the manner of the theater-going public, so the point was that the stereotype exists, not whether it is accurate. Plus it was fun.

I'm not going to hold it up as a sterling example of cultural sensitivity, but neither am I going to be offended just because I was able to check a few boxes on the "You Have to Be Offended" checklist.
Father Dowling Mysteries Opening
06/04/14, 13:37

That's Ricky Nelson's daughter. I remember one episode where she was trying to explain fractions to her class with apples and pies, and nobody was getting it. So she started explaining things in terms of horse races and odds, and the kids immediately got it, because you can't make it to 12 on the streets without knowing how to gamble.
Tucks Medicated Pads commercial from 1984
06/04/14, 09:16

It's a shame this wasn't in the good old days when TV personalities would shill for products in character. "Hey Moe, my 'roids are acting up again!" "Bet it feels like a hot poker up the ass, huh?" "OWWW!"
Learn to use the potty when you have to poop and wee...
06/04/14, 06:56

I think the "put the diapers on the shelf" metaphor is going to fly over the target audience's head.

Ron Weezly sighting at 1:06.
Refining Reason debate: Sye Ten Bruggencate vs. Matt Dillahunty
06/03/14, 19:50

"You're asking for ALL uncertainty, no matter how small, to be equated."

No I'm not. I never said, and I don't even think I implied, that blind faith is anywhere near as sound as faith rooted in a solid track record. Belief is still at work, but not all belief is of comparable quality.

Is global climate change real? Can you personally prove it? At some point you're taking the word of other people, but you trust them because they've done right by you (and me and everyone else) time and time again. Even then, there's only like 97% consensus, so you're still having to make the choice of whether to believe the 97% or the 3%.
Refining Reason debate: Sye Ten Bruggencate vs. Matt Dillahunty
06/03/14, 13:45

Well this was painful to listen to; I made it only to 21:52.

One thing Matt touched upon in the portion I listened to: knowledge is a subset of belief. I do wish atheists would admit that their belief in science is belief, but (very importantly) it differs from religious belief in that science actually delivers and religion does not. When religious types argue that science must be a religion because people believe in it, the most effective rebuttal is that there are practical, demonstrable reasons to believe in science, but none to believe in religion. Basically, the question is why you believe, not whether it's belief.

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