Happy Tax Day, peasants!
One year ago today, a couple of Muslim terrorists bombed the Boston Marathon. What better time to remind everyone that the real danger comes from those crazy teabaggers?
The following happened in Queens, NY last week. Unfortunately for the U.S. Border Patrol agent who caused the accident and then lied about it, it's all on video.
Sometimes a theft is just a theft. But not when the item being stolen is Google Glass, and especially not when the victim is a tech writer in San Francisco.
If you only have two minutes to spare for Harry Reid -- and I don't blame you -- this is a great way to spend them.
Last week, Good Morning America reported on the campaign to oust Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich for the thoughtcrime of believing in the traditional definition of marriage. Of course, they weren't honest about it:
What's Drop Dropbox, you ask? It's a bunch of racist misogynists who can't stand the idea of a black woman in a position of power.
Yesterday, I said it sarcastically:
At this point, it's unclear which particular awful Internet video caused someone to do this. But what difference, at this point, does it make?
Just kidding! But no, he really is. Unless he isn't. Which he is! Etc.
The can is marked Whoop-Ass, and it's economy size.
Fun things always happen when Alec Baldwin gets on the Twitter.
The science is settled: Global warming causes insanity.
The following is a couple of white guys discussing the behavior of a black guy, which means it's racist. Plus I'm talking about it, which makes it extra-racist. Feel free to dismiss it on that basis.
At an age when most of us are playing peek-a-boo and filling up our diapers, one kid already has a rap sheet. Pakistan is a weird place, maybe?
The last time anybody cared what happened in an Archie comic was when they introduced a gay character. Now that they've shattered the stereotype that gay people are interesting, they're trying a more old-fashioned method of drumming up publicity: pretending to kill off a major character.
The sun sets. The sun rises. The Rev. Al Sharpton says things that aren't true. On this we can rely.
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