Second Ally To The Right, And Straight On ‘Til Morning

In his recent speech on Iraq, Bush said "We thank the 36 nations who have troops on the ground in Iraq and the many others who are helping that young democracy." This assertion--that there are as many as 36 nations aiding in the Iraqi war--has some calling the President delusional. Aside from the US and the United Kingdom, who else

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Fifteen Of My Online Forum Comments, Taken Out Of Context

Supermarket sushi is just a scam to get you to buy supermarket Maalox. The Wonderbra has brought more joy to my life than any other modern invention. Interview tips: Make or three or four oblique references to your pathological enthusiasm for Cookie Crisp cereal. About six minutes into the interview cut the interviewer off mid-sentence with "look, if you're not

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Certainties

Death Taxes If you look at one of those big, digital clocks on the side of banks--you know, the kind that alternate between the time and temperature?--it will be displaying whichever statistic you are not currently trying to ascertain.

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Bradys, Half Off

Sony has launched the Minisode Network, a new service airing abridged versions of classic 70's an 80's TV shows. Here is a selection of the programs, which have been given new titles that better reflect the scaled-back subject matter. One's CompanyGreen YardageAnecdotes of LifeThe Odd SingleThe Eight Hundred and Fifty Dollar ManFantasy Landing StripNarcissistic JoanieWho's the Middle-Manager?Space: 1973Married ... And

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U.S. Capitols Cities, Had All States Followed North Dakota’s Example and Named Them After Types of Donuts

Cruller, Alabama Jelly-Filled, Alaska Bavarian, Arizona Apple Fritter, Arkansas Brown Bobby, California Sugar, Colorado Nut Top, Connecticut Old Fashioned, Delaware Cheese Danish, Florida Hush Puppy, Georgia Malasada, Hawaii Eclair, Idaho Frosted, Illinois Timbits, Indiana Golden Puff, Iowa Koeksuster, Kansas Yum-Yum, Kentucky Beignet, Louisiana Buttermilk, Maine Krafne, Maryland Boston Cream, Massachusetts Lassie Loop, Michigan Cinnamon Twist, Minnesota Crumb, Mississippi Maple Bar,

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Job Titles You Could Put in the “Occupation” Field of Your Tax Return to Exact Some Small Measure of Revenge on a Random IRS Employee by Getting an Irritating Song Stuck in His or Her Head

Paperback Writer Cradle of Love Rocker Country Boy (thank god!) Business Caretaker Smooth Operator Smooth Criminal Move Buster Mr. Tally Man Pack Leader Careless Whisperer Thriller Boy of Summer Tiny Dancer Tambourine Man Yellow Submariner Banjo Dueler Right To Party Advocate Lover (part-time) Tubthumper Kung Fu Fighter Guy who wrote the jingle for the "Kit-Kat" commericals Dancing Queen Port Commissioner

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