In the News The Good Fight

If you’re still on X/Twitter…WHY?

Graphic: “If you’re still on X/Twitter, ask yourself why.” Features Twitter spaces announcement “Live with Alex Jones, Elon Musk, Andrew Tate and Vivek Ramaswamy,” the infamous antisemitic “You have said the absolute truth” tweet reply, and a CNN graphic listing examples of hate on Twitter since Musk’s takeover.
In the News

An appropriate comic in light of recent news

A Bloom County classic from 1984.

In case you need context: Henry Kissinger, War Criminal Beloved by America’s Ruling Class, Finally Dies.

Geek In the News

I don’t think I like this remake of “Superbad”

Elon Musk and Rupert Murdoch flanked by two women
The two in the middle? Elon Musk and Rupert Murdoch.
Tap to view at full size.

“Hey, Rupert — you know those stories where the girl wakes up the next day and goes ‘I was so shit-faced that night, I shouldn’t have fucked that guy?’ WE COULD BE THAT MISTAKE!”

Need context? Here’s the Superbad trailer:

In the News The Current Situation

Every complaint about critical race theory boils down to this

…and when I hear the people complaining, I think of Hank Hill’s common refrain about Bobby: That boy ain’t right.


America funny Geek In the News The Current Situation

Comic book cover of the moment

Thanks to Alistair Morton for the find! Tap to view at full size.

This note-perfect parody of Conan the Barbarian pokes fun at the Jacob Angeli Chansley, who’s better known as the “MAGA Viking” from the Wednesday’s terrorist attack on the Capitol Building in Washington, DC.

One thing that you should know about Chansley: He’s a QAnon conspiracy theorist, a failed actor, and “failed to launch” — that is, he’s 33 years old, unemployed, and lives with his mother.

In short, he’s a pretty good MAGA mascot.

funny In the News

They’re high in protein, low in sugar, and not processed

Thanks to David Janes for the find!

The party poopers at CNN have since revised the headline’s phrasing.


funny In the News Slice of Life

Pictures aplenty for Saturday, November 28, 2020

Don’t understand this photo? Remember that’s a protest against police brutality — then read the musical notes.