From the school-wide “Let’s Make Bullying Kill Itself” performance to Stan’s trip to San Diego where he was found masturbating naked on a busy street corner like the KONY 2012 leader was, last night’s “South Park” was fully committed to tackling the hot-button issue of bullying.
Invisible Children just unleashed their their follow-up video, “Beyond Famous”. Their latest is a mere 20 minutes long and for some strange reason Jason Russell is absent from it completely.
In an apparent parody of Jason Russell’s weird meltdown, “American Pie” star Jason Biggs got naked and ran around a Chicago news station.
Those reports about Jason Russell “acting strange” before his arrest appear to be accurate. This really doesn’t look good.
In this 2006 music video, the guys from Invisible Children pop and lock, shoot lazer beams that turn high school students in back-up dancers, sign cringe-worthy lyrics about Uganda, and if you can make it to the end, an entire town sings and dances about African Warlords. Watch the video and then share it with your friends on Facebook and Twitter!
Here’s Jason Russell, director of KONY 2012, telling the conservative evangelical audience at Jerry
Falwell’s university about how it was his dream to document genocide.