1. Unused LotR Audio Commentary By Howard Zinn And Noam Chomsky →

    Chomsky: We should examine carefully what’s being established here in the prologue. For one, the point is clearly made that the “master ring,” the so-called “one ring to rule them all,” is actually a rather elaborate justification for preemptive war on Mordor.

    I followed this from kottke. This is amazing. They capture Chomsky’s brilliance peppered with bullshit perfectly.

  2. Things Tim Howard Could Save (via Things Tim Howard Could Save - Imgur)

    Things Tim Howard Could Save (via Things Tim Howard Could Save - Imgur)

  3. Obama Signs Passive-Aggressive Executive Order →

    Telling Congress, “It’s O.K., I don’t mind doing everything myself,” President Obama prepared to sign a passive-aggressive executive order on Tuesday.

  4. National Funk Congress Deadlocked On Get Up/Get Down Issue →

    A classic. And still funny.

  5. People Who Don't Realize 'The Colbert Report' Is Satire Want It Cancelled Over Asian Joke →

    We have an epidemic of right wing political correctness in this country that dwarfs even the imagined exegeses of left wing political correctness.

  6. Actual proof that Cultural Marxism exists →

    Johnny Porkpie leads the Marxist indoctrination at Marxfest.

  7. Hubble Telescope Sends Back Annoying Stream of Selfies →

    Despite NASA’s repeated instructions to the Hubble to look for evidence of water on distant planets, the telescope continued to produce more and more self-portraits, posting them to its Instagram and Twitter accounts along with the hashtag #pimpin.

  8. Rand Paul submits his first column to Breitbart.com →

  9. If Libertarians went to heaven

    If Libertarians went to heaven

  10. Blood-Soaked Mayor Bloomberg Announces Homelessness No Longer A Problem In New York City →

    Drenched in drying blood and limping slightly, New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg triumphantly stated this morning that the city’s longstanding homeless problem had finally been solved. “Homelessness is over—it’s not a problem anymore,” a winded Bloomberg said to a City Hall press conference while gripping the lectern tightly to prevent his hands from shaking. “I fixed the problem. Problem solved.” 


    The Onion. Wow.