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The Drunken Vagrant Next Door

In Random Shit on July 1, 2008 at 4:52 am

Seriously, the next time you people want to ask me why I’m so hot to move…don’t.

Oops. Also, Beast Enjoys Twinkies.

In Comics, Funny Pictures, Random Shit on April 14, 2008 at 6:13 am

Missed The Pull List on the second week. Whoops. This weeks will be up tonight (hopefully). Sorry about that, but I was off redesigning the front page and forums for Stink Child Comics.

To make up for it, here’s a humorous photo manip I did.

If MySpace Is The Internet’s Trailer Park, Friendster Is Its Mental Ward

In Funny Videos, Random Shit, Scary People on September 21, 2007 at 5:29 pm

I, like many foolish people, created a Friendster account way back when. Naturally, the thing has been collecting dust in this now legendary Age of MySpace, but there was a time when Friendster was “da shizzle”, and the perfect hangout for lonely hearts, emo kids, and pedophiles alike.

I do, occasionally, still get some message notifications from Friendster. Apparently, I have not set my block filters strictly enough. And for your humorous enjoyment tonight, you can thank me.

I’ve included a screengrab of the Friendster message I got today from “Christian”. See if you can find what’s wrong with the picture. Can’t figure it out? The answer is below, just hit the More link to find out what’s wonky.

Friendster Screengrab

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Steve Vs. Bill…To The Death-ish!

In Funny Videos, Random Shit on March 9, 2007 at 10:36 am

Bill Gates vs. Steve Jobs

Well, here it is. By far, the coolest Mac vs. PC ad EVER.

Gates vs. Jobs on SuperNews

Borat For Free Speech?

In Entertainment, Random Shit on March 8, 2007 at 9:36 am


Source: Yahoo! Odd News: Borat seen as human rights victim by U.S. government

Oh, that silly Borat! Now the good ol’ USA is using him as an example of human rights victimization.

Yes, the same country full of people who sued funnyman Sacha Baron Cohen’s fictional Kazakh newsman Borat has has released a report criticizing the real Kazakhstan for its its restriction on freedom of speech, among other things, using the example of Kazakhstan’s decision to remove the website, the “official” homepage of the Borat character.

According to the report, “The government deemed as offensive the content of a satirical site controlled by British comedian Sacha Baron Cohen and revoked the .kz domain,”

The long list of concerns also detailed in the report include military hazing, torture by police, unhealthy prison conditions, arbitrary arrests, restrictions on freedom of assembly, domestic violence against women, people trafficking and more.