December 13, 2011
Lowe's and everyone thanking on them on their Facebook page for pulling their advertising from "All-American Muslim" need to read this post. Learn something.
Congratulations to the Denver 9 News team - both to their physical endowments and their flawless delivery of an instant classic. Pulitzer-worthy reporting here, if you ask me.
You probably didn't think that you wanted it, but please, you definitely did. In "The Iron Chef" (alternatively titled, "Margaret & Julia"), watch as Meryl Streep's Julia Child and Margaret Thatcher curiously fit together so well.
This image was posted on the website of the Patriot Freedom Alliance of Hutchinson, Kansas and was swiftly condemned by the NAACP. As a Kansan, my heart is bursting with pride. Oh. Wait. That's not pride. It's a myocardial infarction.
Just when I thought Taiwanese animation couldn't get any weirder they depict an Ask Me Anything thread as Louie peeing on commenters. Thanks Taiwan!
NBC's new news program, "Rock Center," is clearly all about hard hitting news. Here's our favorite newsman chatting up our favorite shell with shoes on his parents.
Mr. Santorum that is not a sign that you should ever pose with. Ever.
What a year for crime! Congratulations to everyone that made this year's list!
Drawn by "The Family Circus" cartoonist himself on the wall of the Overlook Bar in Manhattan. I think Billy's daddy has had too many "shmartinis" and may need a "shmintervention." *wink*
CollegeHumor brings the poster of your least favorite holiday movie to life. Who doesn't like Bon Jovi jokes?
These kids will grow up to kill their parents. And how can we blame them?
I'm sure this won't be controversial.
STOP. Watch as this utterly adorable trio of corgi puppies attempts to decipher "animal" sounds their owner makes. I dare you not to "awwwww" repeatedly.
Surprisingly enough, after the widely reviled first film, it looks quite watchable! It helps that they seem to kill off Channing Tatum and replace him with The Rock. Also, Marlon Wayans has been replaced by Bruce Willis and mountain ninjas.
Very, very slowly. I can't even begin to convey how cute these baby sloths are.
The infamous SNL "writing night" would be enough to make anybody stir crazy. So we shouldn't be too surprised by Taran Killam's powerhouse re-creation of Robyn's "Call Your Girlfriend" (with the assistance of Vanessa Bayer, Abby Elliott, Bobby Moynihan, and Sarah Schneider).
According to the person who took this picture, "She (the girl wearing the shirt) told us she didn't know anything about the shirt, but that her sister gave it to her when they headed out this morning." Haha, moron.