Monthly Archives: April 2009

The Human Body with Dr. Steve Brule

Here’s some more Dr. Steve Brule (played as always by veteran character actor John C. Reilly) from Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! Advertisements

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Conclusions of the Senate Armed Services Report

Sorry is this post seems a bit schizophrenic for a humor blog, but I felt I had to note the publication of the Senate Armed Services Committee’s new report, “Inquiry Into the Treatment of Detainees in U.S. Custody,” which is … Continue reading

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The View from the Avout

I’m about halfway through Neal Stephenson’s new novel Anathem, which I am enjoying immensely. The novel is narrated by a young avout, a monk who lives in a concent, or monastery, only the monastery is not dedicated to religious study … Continue reading

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Prostate Exam Ends Awkwardly

A local man’s prostate exam ended awkwardly earlier this afternoon, sources report. The DRE (or digital rectal exam) showed no signs of an enlarged prostate but the office visit nonetheless “ended on kind of a weird note,” according to the … Continue reading

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Bailout Party Tonight!

From Landline TV

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Willie Nelson, Ray Price, & Billy Bob Thorton: Which One of These Things Doesn’t Belong?

So last night my superfine sexy lady and I caught the Willie Nelson show at the Mullins Center at the University of Massachusetts. When I go to club shows, I’m used to being one of the oldest guys at the … Continue reading

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In Joe We Trust, All Others Pay Cash

“Let me give you another extremist view, ‘In God We Trust.’ Say that too loud in some parts of America and you will be shot. It’s terrible.” — Joe the Plumber, speaking yesterday at a tea party in Lansing, Michigan … Continue reading

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