Cat And Girl’s comic is based on these 100% earnest company-written sales songs.
You need a vacation.
Take the goat test.
It takes a degree of mental illness to become a super successful businessman, as it turns out.
As much as some people don’t like the idea of starting Black Friday sales on Thanksgiving Day, it absolutely drew the crowds.
It’s about to get a little crunchy up in here.
It’s a dangerous world out there.
Now touts jobs record as Governor and head of Bain
Red Scare, what Red Scare? During a recent Pew Research poll, staggering numbers came back revealing that almost half of people aged 18-29 see socialism as a positive.
Vanity Fair published this Bush Joker picture in 2008, titled “No Joke.” This one’s a much better drawing than those Obama Joker posters, but could use some dumb commentary like “Ice Cream Rocks” along the bottom. View Image ›
“The Story of Stuff” is a whimsical cartoon about the perils of our consumption-driven society that is apparently very popular in America’s schools. I like adorable Communist propaganda as much as the next person, but this strikes me as pretty radical for school. But I guess kids get the “capitalism is good” viewpoint, you know, all the time, so it can’t hurt to hear a counterpoint. (Note: this is just a teaser for the 20-minute cartoon.) Watch Video ›
This is actually not performance art but a real, cake-baking oven photographed in Liberia. Life lesson: unorthodox ovens lead to panty-dropping and delicious desserts. View Image ›