“I can fuck the toilet. I’m gonna get your toilet pregnant with my shit.”
Line o’ the Day:
“The occasion is a story about The Reader, in which Kate Winslet had a nude scene like she always does. And as she told Allure, she had grow out her beef whiskers in order for her chatch to look more period-appropriate. Wigs or no wigs, It’s a good thing they got it right. I can totally picture myself standing up in the theater yelling, ‘EXCUSE ME, THIS DYSLEXIC NAZI’S PUSSY ISN’T HAIRY ENOUGH!’ But I do that at most movies.” [Filmdrunk]
In other news:
Credit Where Credit Is Due: Well Done, Obama
- Obama Calls for ‘New Beginning’ Between U.S., Muslims
- Obama Overtures to Cuba Overtaken as OAS Votes to Engage Regime
So we’re going to keep doing what got us into this mess? This plan is genius! MasterCard Says Consumer Spending ‘Freefall’ Abated
Swine Flu? Play it off, keyboard cat.
- Buffett Is Less Bullish on U.S. Than You Think
- Bond Market Gags on Relentless Economic Hurrah
- Manny Ramirez Makes an All-Star ’Roid Outrage
- New Sport Alert: Lithuanian Baby Racing
- Relive the Majesty and Terror of “Ten-Cent Beer Night”
“Celexa, part of a class of antidepressants widely prescribed for autistic children, didn’t help reduce their repetitive behaviors and caused some of them to have nightmares, a government study found.” Yeesh.
“Paul Blart Mall Cop topped DVD sales and rentals for the second week in a row because God is dead.” The Case Against the Existence of God
David Carradine is dead. Five steps.
“This resolution ‘calls on the People’s Republic of China to invite full and independent investigations into the Tiananmen Square crackdown, assisted by the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights and the International Committee of the Red Cross…’ Where do we get the authority for such a demand? I wonder how the US government would respond if China demanded that the United Nations conduct a full and independent investigation into the treatment of detainees at the US-operated Guantanamo facility? The resolution ‘calls on the legal authorities of People’s Republic of China to review immediately the cases of those still imprisoned for participating in the 1989 protests for compliance with internationally recognized standards of fairness and due process in judicial proceedings.’ In light of US government’s extraordinary renditions of possibly hundreds of individuals into numerous secret prisons abroad where they are held indefinitely without charge or trial, one wonders what the rest of the world makes of such US demands.” Fuck yeah, Ron Paul.