Posts Tagged ‘tongue-in-cheek’
Conspiracy historiast Uri Terrabyte delves into the mysteries of Ancient Egypt.
Romance writer Kilt Kilpatrick recently released a new volume of his stories, Under the Kilt. But readers may wonder, just what is under the kilt, anyway? The answer is a number of things, including but not limited to: -Another kilt. -Sexy times. -A land lost in time and inhabited by dinosaurs. -All the hidden evidence
Here are some things you should know about the only actor worth following on Twitter. You can also follow CSDP on Twitter. You know, if you’re not busy or anything.
Recently my daughter Eve has agreed to allow me to visit my grand-daughter Hope again under the condition that I never again let her get drunk on my whiskey. Since I’m currently out of whiskey, I agreed to this restriction. Something I’ve noticed about 7-year-old girls is that they don’t like the same shows I
For the past 2,000 years (give or take a few centuries), the religious have been foretelling our doom. The satisfying snapping of the bone and sinew of the unbelievers coupled with the tortured screams of pagan children has been the wet dream of Christians like Harold Camping for quite some time. But for whatever reason,
We all have a similar story I’m sure. At some point in elementary school a teacher suggested we read Matilda. Or James and the Giant Peach. For me it was the BFG. Inevitably, after reading it we would have a moment of realization and the kid equivalent of “WTF? Reading is fun?” Because of this,
So I went to go see the movie Short Circuit with my friend PJ Nickels in a theatre that only shows 80s films. Oh boy was I ill-impressed! I expected the movie to be a romantic comedy about engineers educating you on how to avoid short circuits in your PC mother boards. But instead, it
I’ve recently pointed out the importance of being a legitimate fringe conspiracy theorist and being skeptical of conspiracy theorists that might have actually been in on it all along. Unfortunately, the epicenter of all the real conspiracies has been the subject of a campaign of disinformation. Take for example William Tapley: http://cnn.com/video/?/video/bestoftv/2011/06/01/exp.ac.ridiculist.william.tapley.cnn First of all,
Anyone who writes satire–especially the tongue-in-cheek variety–will frequently be accused of simply ripping off The Onion, as they invented the form. Another side effect is that people will mistake what you do for the real thing. It’s a variation on “Poe’s Law.” At some point in the future, I’ll put up a post making fun
Originally posted on Atheism Resource. -Dear Nonexistent God, which makes sense since you don’t exist, please don’t bother to bless our food today. For there is no reason for you to do so since you don’t exist–obviously. Please make sure that you continue to live in your nonexistent state for the way that you are