Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Attack of the clueless

OK, it's time for a little midweek humor. 

Just think of them every time you see the “occupied” indicator on the airplane bathroom.
John Hideraker’s witty post on the demise of the Occupy movement (no pun intended) highlights the sadly unintended but hilarious comedy of these straggling true believers.  Photos almost as humorous as the text.

“Remember when the Democratic Party saw the Occupy movement as the Left’s equivalent of the Tea Party? That lasted until it became obvious that 1) Occupy wasn’t actually much of a movement, and 2) to the extent it existed, it was an embarrassment. Occupy is in the process of fading away, not with a bang but a whimper, and with more criminal prosecutions to its credit than normal citizens converted to the leftist cause.”   Read more here and start your day with a laugh.

Cambridge, MA banning Coca-Cola?  Really?
Why don’t they go after alcohol?  It causes WAY more problems…oh, yeah, that’s right: prohibition didn’t work.  But you’d think they would KNOW that at Harvard, wouldn’t you?  “…then they came after Coca-Cola, and I said nothing, because I wasn’t a soda drinker…” Read the actual ban here  and for a sane commentary on this hilarious development, read the ever-logical Todd Starnes

More evidence that the DC metro area continues to model absurdity for the rest of the nation:
a self-help guru recently helped himself to $173k of taxpayer money.  At $7000 an hour, this is a lot more “change” than we need.   Read all about it here

Is it true Republicans have more fun?  Well, at least we have more to laugh at.  What have you read lately that would be funny if it wasn't so pathetic?  Or maybe was so funny it was funny anyway?

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