On Confronting The Harsh Truths About Death

My young son asked me what happens after we die. I told him we get buried under a bunch of dirt and worms eat our bodies. I guess I should have told him the truth -that most of us go to Hell and burn eternally – but I didn’t want to upset him. More deep [Read More...]

Daily Hilarity: Dave Chappelle On Depression And “The Secret”

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Daily Hilarity: The Homosexual Menace

The genius who last fall warned us of “The Perils of Lesbianity” now provides a crucial public service announcement about the male homosexual menace: Your Thoughts? [Read more...]

The Four Horsemen Of Atheism In Comic Book Form

There are many similarly amusing comics at Virus Comix. And to compare with real life, here’s their full 2 hour video together from a couple years back: Your Thoughts? [Read more...]

World War II Riddled With Cliches And Implausible Plot Turns

Via Yglesias, comes this review of World War II: But then there are some shows that go completely beyond the pale of enjoyability, until they become nothing more than overwritten collections of tropes impossible to watch without groaning. I think the worst offender here is the History Channel and all their programs on the so-called [Read More...]

Tom Wilson’s “Over 40 Song”

In the comments section to a recent post, I expressed the existential amazement at our place in the universe and what we really represent within it: I wonder what would be so alienating to you about seeing ourselves as “merely” the self-awareness of the logos of the universe as it (in Hegelian fashion) becomes self-conscious [Read More...]

Daily Hilarity: How To Trick People Into Thinking You’re Good Looking

Thanks to ProfMTH for the tip! Your Thoughts? [Read more...]

“I Didn’t Evolve From You”

Some classic Saturday Night Live with Dana Carvey as Regis Philbin and Jan Hooks as Kathy Lee Gifford. The era on the show that they come from (and which extends for me just a couple years beyond them) ~1986-1994 was when I came of age, so it will always be my favorite: Thanks to Heather [Read More...]

Classic Video Games If They Had A “Super-Easy” Mode

Boy, there was a lot of nostalgia watching this and I haven’t even owned a video game console since I think about 9th grade. I found it gleefully funny in the cases where I knew the games being altered. Your Thoughts? [Read more...]