It has been 2 years since George W. Bush, and according to a Los Angeles Times poll, he still holds a 47% approval rating. It seems that, like Hoover, Johnson, Nixon, and Carter before him, Bush appears to be doomed to be forever hated and blamed for the bad timing of his presidency and the actions he took, or didn’t take while in office. But, when you think about it, in the grand scheme of things, Bush wasn’t that bad of a President, right? I mean, he’s got to be a better President than Darth Vader would be, right? [Read more…]
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The popularity of Youtube sensation “Sneezing Panda” has led people to notice how awesome baby pandas are. Just look at how expressive their faces are.
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration issued a statement Monday criminalizing the manufacture, sale and possession of the popular online computer game World of Warcraft (WoW), sending the global gaming community into an amusing yet sad fit of epileptic shock. The emergency proclamation was accompanied by a concurrent deployment of 13,000 “gamer euthanasia squads” to “help gaming addicts help themselves, in a humane and dignified manner,” the statement read. [Read more…]
You may remember a certain grandma sitting in her old easy chair and reading the tweets of Kanye West. Well, Grandma is back, and this time she means business–Conan Business. Ok, I’m not really sure what I was going for there. Anyway, let us know how you think how our friends at Booya Pictures did with this rendition of a celebrity’s tweet reading.
Mr. O’Brien seems to have rebounded quite nicely since his NBC Tonight Show debacle. He’s got the Twitter community, Tom Hanks (who started the “CoCo” chants), and bands like Stellastar (who created the song “My Coco”), to thank for that.
Having your first child is a shocking, sobering experience. Or at least it is for a father. I would imagine it is for the woman as well, but women tend to have kooky, romantic delusions about the whole process for their entire life, so we can’t really take them seriously. (I’m kidding, I’m kidding!) I’ve personally yet to meet a first-time father who was not absolutely bat-shit petrified leading up to the big day, however, and I suppose this is only natural. [Read more…]